The Asheville Sailing Club sails from the Sailing Marina area of Lake Julian Park. Lake Julian is a man-made lake created in 1964 as an integral part of the Power Plant project. The Duke Energy power plant, which sits at the edge of the lake, is now converted to natural gas and supplies electricity to the entire City of Asheville and most of the Buncombe County area. As a part of the Buncombe County Parks and Recreation Service, the lake provides a great place for paddle boaters, sailors, youth rowers, adult rowers, and fishermen to enjoy the water--however, swimming and motorboats are prohibited.
The Asheville Sailing Club is a registered social organization affiliated with The Asheville Sailing Foundation -- a non-profit. The Asheville Sailing Club itself does not own any of the facilities available to members. The county provides all marina facilities to paying members. Other facilities in Lake Julian Park are owned by Lake Julian Park and are not able to be accessed automatically with membership to the Sailing Club.
Facilities granted for use by the county with membership to Asheville Sailing Club include:
Please contact the Park Supervisor about renting a boat slip or a locker.
Boat for Sale:
Tom Cannon is selling his Flying Scot! 1976, raced last weekend. With Trailer: $4,500. Email: [email protected]
Park Supervisor (concerning boat slips and locker rentals)
phone - (828) 684-0376
Club Officer: James Titus (828) 989 0121
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