Boat News

Boat Club Keys

by on May.23, 2020, under Boat News

Thanks to everyone who came out Thursday evening to pick up Boat Club keys. Everyone was very respectful in maintaining social distancing and having their forms filled out in advance.

If you were not able to make it and would like to join the Boat Club, please use the ‘Contacts’ dropdown box on this site.  We request that you fill out the forms and bring them when a time has been arranged to pick up a key. The forms can be found at:

* LCA Membership Application:

* Lakewood Boat Club Application:

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LCA 2020 Annual Meeting Postponed – How Boat Club Key Distribution will be Done

by on May.15, 2020, under Association News, Boat News

Due to COVID-19 and social distancing recommendations the annual Lakewood Civic Association (LCA) meeting scheduled for Thursday, May 21st is being postponed. However keys for Boat Club members will be distributed as planned from 6 pm – 7 pm at the Lakewood Church of Christ, 7701 Bayway (at Honeysuckle).

To facilitate Boat Club key distribution and social distancing we ask that:

  • If you have not already turned in your forms, please pre-fill out the LCA Membership and Boat Club forms and bring them with you. The forms can be found at:
  • Bring with you the following:
    • Watercraft information – make, model, TX registration number
    • Auto/plate information
    • Your old key (for previous Boat Club members). The lost key fee is $20.
    • Correct fee amount (check or cash). Boat Club membership fee is $40. If you have not already paid your Lakewood Civic Association dues of $30, you must pay them at the time you join the Boat Club for a total of $70 for Lakewood residents. See website for fees if you live outside the neighborhood.

To minimize exposure risks we will be collecting applications and handing out keys under the covered area on the Honeysuckle Drive side of the church.

For the safety of everyone, we respectfully request:

  • At all times as reasonably possible, maintain social distancing of at least six (6) feet from any other person.
  • Anyone who is feeling sick or who currently has a fever, OR if they reside in a household where another resident of the household has tested positive for the COVID-19 virus, please do not come to the church but instead contact us via the LCA website ( to arrange to get your Boat Club key at another time. 

Please note if you cannot come to the church to get the Boat Club key there may be a delay in getting a Boat Club key to you.

Thanks for your understanding.


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Lakewood Boat Ramp Improvements

by on Dec.22, 2019, under Boat News

The Lakewood Boat Ramp has an improved look and upgraded security with a new gate and fencing. Boat Club members can still access the area using their current keys. 

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2019-2020 Boat Club Membership Forms

by on May.03, 2019, under Boat News

Renewal and new memberships for the Lakewood Civic Association (LCA) Boat Club are accepted beginning at 6PM before the LCA annual meeting on May 14, 2019.

New keys will be issued and after the LCA meeting the lock at the launch gate will be changed.

The membership forms are available via the link below. Filling out the information in advance and bringing the form with you should speed up the process for you.

Link to Boat Club Page for membership forms

Also available is a description of the boat launch characteristics that should help you understand the optimum method of launching your water craft.

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Boat Club Ramp New Sign

by on Apr.03, 2019, under Association News, Boat News

Sea Scout Nate Gifford installed a new sign for the Lakewood Boat Club launch as a part of his Eagle Scout project. Nate took the LCA plans and organized the construction of the sign using LCA funds. Nate and his fellow crew members of Sea Scout Ship 208 did a great job with the new sign. We thank Nate for his service and wish him success on achieving the rank of Eagle Scout.

The finished product – Great Job, Nate!!
Starting on 1st post
Drilling for second post
Nate installing the sign
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2018-9 Boat Club Application

by on May.03, 2018, under Boat News

It’s Boat Club KEY Renewal Time Again! Tuesday, May 22, 2018, 6 – 7:00 p.m. At the Lakewood Church of Christ

Bring your old KEY, Water Craft Info and Auto/Plate info!

Old key will not work after May 22nd meeting

Resident Lakewood Boat Club dues are $70 per year ($30 civic assn dues & $40 boat club dues)

Must be a Lakewood Resident – 1 key/member

Lakewood Estates Lakewood Boat Club Dues $75/yr

Contact Denise Pratt via  Boat Club on the website after May 22nd if you miss the meeting

2018-2019 Boat Club Application


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Lakewood Boat Club 2017-8 Season

by on Apr.04, 2017, under Boat News

It’s Boat Club launch KEY Renewal Time Again!

Thursday, May 4, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. at the Lakewood Church of Christ

Keys will be distributed 6-7:00 p.m.

Bring your old KEY, Water Craft Info and Auto/Plate info!

Old key will not work after May 4th meeting

Resident Lakewood Boat Club dues are $70 per year ($30 civic assn dues & $40 boat club dues)

Must be a Lakewood Resident – 1 key/member

Lakewood Estates Lakewood Boat Club Dues $75/yr

Link to 2017-8 Membership Agreement & Application on

Use “Contacts” and “Boat Club”  at the top of this website to get a text message to Denise Pratt after May 4th if you miss the meeting

Don’t wait  – PLAN AHEAD!!!

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Boat Club 2016-7 Membership Application

by on May.08, 2016, under Boat News

The membership application and membership rules can be found with the following link:

Filling out your application in advance of the LCS meeting will allow quicker processing of your membership.

There a a few changes in the rules. Summary:

  1. Applicants are required to show identification confirming they live in Lakewood or Lakewood estates at the time of making the application.
  2. Lakewood Estate residents will not be required to join the Lakewood Civic Association but will have a boat club fee of $75 (vs. $70 for Lakewood residents)
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Boat Club Forms

by on May.09, 2015, under Boat News

Link to 2015-16 Season Boat Club membership application forms

Download, fill out, and bring with you 6-7PM before the annual meeting on May 19th to make your application go quicker.

Note some changes to the membership agreement associated with lost keys.


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It is Illegal to Transport Zebra Mussels

by on May.30, 2014, under Boat News

Dear Boater,
Our lakes and rivers are under attack by zebra mussels. This destructive invasive species damages boats, harms aquatic life, litters beaches with their sharp shells and clogs water intakes – increasing bills for both boat owners and city taxpayers. Lake Texoma, Ray Roberts, Lewisville, Bridgeport, Belton and Lavon are already infested – and without your help, zebra mussels could spread throughout the state. Watch this short video to learn more.

It is illegal to Transport Zebra Mussels
When you boat this summer, adult zebra mussels or their microscopic larvae could hide in your boat and trailer. By hitching a ride on boats like yours, zebra mussels can spread and infest new lakes across Texas.
It is illegal to possess or transport zebra mussels knowingly or unknowingly. In addition, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission has approved expanding from 47 North and Central Texas counties to statewide the rule requiring boaters to drain all water from their vessels, including live wells, bilges, motors, and any other receptacles before leaving or approaching a water body. This applies to all types and sizes of boats used on public fresh waters, effective July 1.
Zebra mussels on trailer
Don’t Be a Carrier: Clean, Drain, Dry
Prevent the spread of zebra mussels by always following these steps:
CLEAN off any vegetation, mud or foreign objects on your boat, trailer and gear before you leave the lake. Adult zebra mussels attach to hard surfaces such as boat hulls and motors.
DRAIN all water from your boat. Zebra mussel larvae are invisible to the naked eye and can hide in the water in your motor, bilge, live wells and bait buckets.
DRY your boat and trailer for a week or more before entering another water body. It’s a surefire way to kill any remaining zebra mussels.
Visit to find more information.
Thank you for doing your part to stop the spread of these destructive invaders.

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