Anyone interested in having a 'Coast Guard Approved' safety inspection done on their boat please contact us using the "Contact Us" link on the menu list on the left side of this web site. The Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 14-5 in Green Cove Springs has offered to personally visit and inspect our boats as a free service to our community. If your boat is safety equipped as required by law you will receive a windshield sticker, free. If your vessel lacks any required safety equipment these super nice folks will let you know, without any penalty.
Contact us before May 29th.
2015 Meeting Dates: Apr 20, May 16, Jun 15, Jul 20,
Aug 17, Sept 21, Oct 19, Nov 16
Meetings start at 6:30, join us at the Lake Asbury Community Center on Branscomb Rd, next to the Fire Station
Annual Dues... $50.00
Boat Ramp Locks were changed March 3, 2015
If you have not paid your dues you can print a Dues Form from the "Documents" page of this web site and contact us for information.
HOA Board Elections
The Annual Meeting was held May 16, 2015, 12:00 PM
Elected to the Lake Asbury Lake Lot Owners Association Board was Russell Jones, Jan Lankes, and June Pettit; congratulations to each of you!! We have work to do!!!
Lake Asbury, South Lake Asbury & Lake Ryan
Our community consists of three lakes; Lake Asbury, South Lake Asbury, and Lake Ryan. Each of these lakes are open and available to any and all residents living on a waterfront lot. Access to these lakes are available through your back yard or by using your 'boat ramp' key. The lock on the gate next to Lake Ryan opens with your boat ramp key as well. You may fish, canoe, or kayak on Lake Ryan anytime. Although NO motorboats are allowed on Lake Ryan, electric trolling motors are permitted!! Enjoy your community!!
Dauntless Francis Asbury
Both Lake Asbury and South Lake Asbury are named for the early American pioneer, Francis Asbury. Asbury was the first and greatest circuit rider on the colonial scene. He traveled 275,000 miles preaching in all thirteen colonies and in the trackless, untamed mountains to the west. Natural beauties such as those to be seen around the lakes are described in Asbury's journal. It is the appropriate that these lakes bear the name of the "prophet of the long road" who "rambled America" molding its moral fiber and observing its beauty.