Beer Bottle Beach (BBB)

 

Beer Bottle Beach is a community beach for all cabin owners to enjoy and use. We ask that you please leave it as you found it.The Porta-Potty and bathroom facilities are available for your use at any time.

 

The Beach/Pavilion is available for reservations on all days except major holidays. 

There will be a $50 fee for Saturday and Sunday reservations.

Email Cathy Becker (lot #59) at: cbecker@jccompany.net with your reservation request. Please include your name, lot number, contact name and phone number, and the date on which you are requesting. (You can also call or text her at 402-440-4700, to make your reservation, but email is preferred for tracking and accuracy.)

 

For Gate Code requests contact Joanne Bronson at: 402 944-2802 or email her at joanne@northlake.us.You should not be giving your personal gate code out to your guests. Please reach out to Joanne Bronson for a Party Code. This code will be cancelled after your event.

 

Rules for BBB Cove

 

         All fires must be confined to the fire pit and the grill. You must provide your own firewood. The large logs around the pit are for sitting, not burning.

         Noise must be controlled, especially after Midnight.

         No skiing or tubingis allowed in Beer Bottle Beach cove.

         Skiers should only enter the cove for the following reason:

o   As a safety outlet.

o   If you have the beach reserved.

o   If you are a cabin owner or guest in the cove area.

         Pontoon Boats may travel slowly in the cove but need to stay outside of the buoys unless parking.  

         Swimmers need to stay inside the buoy area for safety measures.

         Swimming is allowed beyond the buoy area if you are on your boat and wish to jump into the lake to cool off or take a swim. You must display your orange flag to notify other boaters there are people in the water. You must stay within 25 feet of your boat. You are not allowed to swim across the cove from the beach or your boat. Do not do this near the cove entrance. Use caution if the beach is reserved as they and cove cabin owners are allowed to pull skiers, tubers, etc. at faster than idle speed in the cove. DO THIS AT YOUR OWN RISK AND JUDGEMENT. BE SAFE!

LEAVE THE BEACH AS YOU FOUND IT

YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE TO CLEAN UP AFTER YOURSELF

AND RETURN ALL ITEMS TO WHERE THEY WERE FOUND

TREAT Beer Bottle Beach AS YOUR OWN