About Lake Columbia

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Lake Columbia Parks & Bathhouses

16 Park Locations (8 with Bathhouses)

There are 16 parks that are located around Lake Columbia. Many of these parks include playground equipment and benches, and 8 park locations include bathhouses. These parks are for all Lake Columbia property owners to enjoy! If you would like to reserve one of the parks for an upcoming event, please contact our office for more information.

Park Locations

This map shows all park locations, boat ramps, and bathhouses on Lake Columbia.

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8 Bathhouse Locations

  • Hawthorne
  • Nottingham
  • Southern Shores
  • Somerset
  • Karen Court
  • Grand Pointe
  • Bedford East
  • Castlewood

Docks & Ramps

Docks on Various Parks

Dock locations are Hawthorne, Nottingham, Kelley, Somerset, Karen Court, Grand Pointe, Castlewood and Bedford East parks. Docks are for loading or unloading only and are not for mooring for more than approximately 10 minutes or for rental. The purpose is to serve those in need of assistance in entering or exiting a boat or for stopping momentarily for someone to use the bathhouse facilities.

Boat Ramps

Lake Columbia has 9 park locations that have boat ramps and are listed below. All boat ramp chains are left open during the winter months for the safety of snowmobiles. Ramps will be locked and accessible with a key by March 1st or later if the lake still has ice.

Ramp Locations

Karen Court
Grand Pointe
Bedford East
Bedford West

Dock and Ramp at Hawthorne Park
Dock and Ramp at Castlewood Park
  • Please lock ramp back up once you are finished loading or unloading your boat. You should also remember to remove your key from the lock.
  • When launching or removing your boat from the lake, please Do Not POWER UP (POWER LOAD) your boat. This is causing damage to our ramps. Thank you for your cooperation. This helps to keep ramp maintenance to a minimum.

Island Information

Two Islands on Lake Columbia

The islands on the lake are for the enjoyment and use for all owners. Water activities such as volleyball nets (including poles) should only remain in the water while the activity is taking place and not hinder any owner or watercraft. A reminder also that dogs must be on a leash at both of the islands and in the parks and please clean up after your dogs. Common courtesy is asked of each owner on our islands and in our parks. The Stump Bay island has just had a seawall placed around it and is being cleared for member use. Plans, to date, are to put a picnic table, grill and possibly a fire pit on it for members to use.

Island on Lake Columbia
Island on lake Columbia

Lake Apparel & Accessories

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Lake Columbia Property Owners Association

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