CLSA offers dry land storage on our grounds to members for $400 per year. CLSA pays Dewitt County $120 for every boat parked on our property, with the remaining $280 going into the CLSA general fund. Boat owners wishing to store their boat at CLSA must purchase a parking sticker every year, sign a dryland storage agreement and provide proof of $500,000 per incident insurance coverage.
Starting in 2022, members can complete the sticker purchasing process online. To purchase your sticker, we recommend having your proof of insurance ready to upload before you begin the process. Log into Wild Apricot and navigate to the Member Area > Storage page. After paying by credit card or debit card, you will receive a confirmation email with a link to upload your insurance document and sign the parking agreement. Once you complete this process, you can park your boat at CLSA in your designated parking spot. Our parking lot manager (Dan Leach) will place a 2022 parking permit sticker on the tongue of your trailer.
Did you know that CLSA members who pay the marina are also allowed to park their boats and trailers on CLSA grounds as long as the trailer has a valid 2022 parking permit sticker issued by the marina?
1. Please put your name on your trailer tongue so we can more easily identify the owner.
2. Please use anchor tie-downs to protect your boat and others from high-wind events.
Ask the Harbormaster before improving your parking space
A boat owner shall keep the area around and under their parking space free of rubbish and long grass, noxious weeds, debris, loose equipment and materials that would interfere with CLSA's ability to mow and maintain the CLSA parking area. Improvements to assigned parking spaces are only permitted with the approval of the Harbormaster. Please do not add gravel, light poles, etc. to your spot unless you first get permission from Harbormaster Tim.
Please find an open spot in the appropriate area per the graphic below. Do not park in a parking spot if there is a name tube on the anchor tie-down. If you would like to keep your same spot for the following season, please put your name or boat name on PVC tubes and place those tubes over the anchor tie-downs.
From time to time, CLSA may need to adjust trailers or move trailers to another parking spot. We will always attempt to contact you first so long as your name is on your trailer tongue.
Boats stored on our property without a permit sticker are considered abandoned property. We will attempt to identify and make contact with the owner of any abandoned boat or trailer before we sell or dispose of an abandoned boat.
If you have questions about parking, please contact Parking Lot Manager Dan Leach or Membership Chair Eric Bussell.