Lake Arrowhead is a private lake. When you purchase a vacation home or residence in Lake Arrowhead and/or a surrounding town, and you desire "lake rights" so you can put a boat on the lake, it is important to know that you must own property within certain boundaries. For many buyers this isn't important, but for others it is a must.
Within Lake Arrowhead there are association and committee's that oversee and enforce rules and establish guidelines of our private lake. Below is our local Committee and Association that details the current guidelines, registrations, bi-laws and information to help you stay informed.
ARROWHEAD WOODS ARCHITECTURAL COMMITTEE (AWAC) was formed (and there are CC&R's ) to protect and enforce the controlling of tree trimming and removal and proposed house, garage and other structure plans.
ARROWHEAD LAKE ASSOCIATION (ALA) serves its members and the community who choose to be apart of the Association and who lives within lake rights and owns property in Arrowhead Woods.
- Registration fee: $200 + depending if you own a dock.
- Minimum length of a motored-boat: 12 feet. Maximum: 26 feet.
- Own property within Arrowhead Woods (Grant Deed). See AWAC Guidelines
- Must have an ARROWHEAD LAKE ASSOCIATION (ALA) Membership: General Membership, Beach Club Membership, or Dock Membership
- Own a DMV Registred boat.
- Carry $500,000 combined single limit liability and Arrowhead Lake Association must be named as "Additional Insured"
- Have a proper mooring (Slip Rental Agreement Signed by Slip owner), or day launch
- Have a boat operator's license
When purchasing a residential home, relocating or purchasing a second or vacation home, it is important to work with a professional and licensed Real Estate Agent in Lake Arrowhead who is knowledgeable with not only Lake Arrowhead, but also the boundaries required to obtain lake rights. A Licensed Realtor will be able to properly advise you on the purchase of a house and the rights associated with such on private Lake Arrowhead.