Kayaks and Paddleboards

Waitlist Application Form

Paddleboards, Kayaks and Boats on the Beach

The popularity of kayaks and paddleboards has continued to increase along with the interest in conveniently storing them on the beach. The Board has allocated space on the beach and has installed separate racks for the storage of 75 kayaks and 25 paddleboards. The numbered slots will be assigned with corresponding numbered stickers and no vessels will be stored on the beach. No additional space will be allotted for sailboats, canoes, etc.

Eligibility for slots is restricted to property owners with a maximum of 2 slots per property.

Regulations and Agreement

As noted on the Application for Beach Storage of Kayaks and Paddleboards, owners agree to abide by the following:

  • Applications must be completed by a Point O' Woods property owner. Applicants will be placed on the waitlist until slots become available. The waitlist will be published on the website and on the community bulletin boards at the beach.
  • There are a finite number of slots available for storing boats on the beach. Storage slots are available for an annual fee of $50 each, and are limited to two (2) slots per household (either two kayaks, two paddleboards, or one of each).
  • Storage slots will be assigned in the order in which applications are received.
  • The boats on the beach storage season starts May 15. All vessels must be removed from the beach by October 1 (or a date set earlier by the board due to weather or other emergent conditions). Failure to remove the vessel from the beach will result in a fine. Owners are responsible for removing their vessels from the beach whenever major storms or higher than normal tides are forecasted.
  • A Point O' Woods registration sticker will be assigned for each vessel, and must be visibly displayed on the vessel’s upper bow. It is highly recommended that owner’s last name be written on the vessel in permanent marker.
  • Unregistered kayaks and paddleboards may be ticketed and secured by POW administration. Violations of these Point O’ Woods regulations are subject to a fine, and the vessel will not be released until the fine has been paid.

Point O'Woods is not responsible for any damage caused to or by a vessel as a result of its storage on the rack and it is stored pursuant to this agreement at its own risk and peril.

Removing Boats from the Beach

For those who store boats on the beach, they must be removed by October 1st.

If they are left on the beach, a fine will be imposed, and the vessel will be removed from the beach effective on October 15. You must pay the fine and take possession of the vessel by December 1 or lose the privilege of beach storage the following year.