Lake Arrowhead, what do lake rights mean?

Lake Arrowhead is a private lake in the San Bernardino Mountains.   I am often asked what does lake rights mean?  Lake rights in Lake Arrowhead allows for a property owner the right to use the lake, either by boating, kayaking, sailing, swimming, joining the beach clubs and owning or renting a dock.  If you live outside of the boundaries of lake rights you cannot use Lake Arrowhead.

A nice thing about being a private lake is that the integrity, care, health of the lake are of great concern.  Lake Arrowhead’s “Small Town Charm” applies on the lake too.  You know the people who you are boating around.

The Arrowhead Lake Association is the governing board that runs the lake and it is made up with home owners who represent different districts of the lake.

The following photo is a lake map outlining the lake right boundaries.  The blue dotted line on the map indicates that the properties within the dotted lines have lake rights.

Lake Arrowhead
Lake Arrowhead Map

Author: Lake Arrowhead Real Estate Blog

Hi there! I am Kim Sellers with Coldwell Banker Sky Ridge Realty. I specialize in Mountain Real Estate. My team is the Lake Arrowhead Lifestyles® Team. If you are thinking of buying or selling property in Lake Arrowhead, Arrowhead Villas, Twin Peaks or Crestline, please give our team a call first. We are here to work hard for you. Our Office (909)336-7949 Cell (909)725-1248 or kim@arrowheadlifestyles.com Our Lake Arrowhead Lifestyle Blog is to keep our readers up with the Lifestyles that is Lake Arrowhead. Whether it is home statistics in our area or the latest news on our area events, we have you covered. We are members of the local Chamber of Commerce, Lake Arrowhead Country Club, Lake Arrowhead Republican Women, Lake Arrowhead Wine Enthusiasts and the Lake Arrowhead Yacht Club. We have donated our time and energy to many local events and charities. Giving back to our community is a priority to us.

2 thoughts on “Lake Arrowhead, what do lake rights mean?”

    1. You could buy vacant land within lake rights and that would give you limited lake rights. Basically it would give you day use, beach club pass ability and you could rent a dock. Buying a home or vacant land is the only way to have lake rights.

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