Membership Bi-laws

We strive to create a fun, safe, and family oriented lake environment for all of our members and their guest. For this reason, we have implemented the following resort rules that all members and their guests are required to adhere to when visiting our amazing resort. Thank you for helping us keep our lakes safe!

ARTICLE 1 NAME; PURPOSE

Section 1.01 Name

The name of the company shall be “Eagal Lakes Resort, LLC”

Section 1.02 Purpose

The purpose for which the Resort is formed is to establish, maintain and operate a social organization with its focus on watersport and other outdoor related activities and including water skiing, paddle boarding, kayaking, swimming, fishing, bicycle riding, running and other recreational facilities as well as outdoor events as from time to time may be determined to be desirable by the Manager.

ARTICLE 2 MEMBERSHIP

Section 2.01 Membership

Any person of good moral character who is discreet, financially responsible and enjoys a good reputation for being a truthful, peaceful and law-abiding citizen, of the age of eighteen (18) years or older, if an individual, who may desire to become a member of the Resort shall present to the Resort office, an application for membership on the form approved and supplied by the Resort management.

No applicant shall be considered for membership until he/she or it has paid the necessary, required fees and charges for membership as set forth on the application form. A parking sticker will be provided for each vehicle owned by the applicant upon acceptance to the Resort. The number on the parking sticker will become the applicant(s) membership number, which will be used regarding certain privileges at the Resort. The Bylaws Acceptance Form must be received by the Resort before the subject member will be permitted to drive on the property.

Section 2.02 Dues & Fees

Manager has full authority to reevaluate all fees, dues and special assessments from time to time as may be necessary for sound fiscal management of the Resort and its facilities. Membership shall be notified in advance of any adjustment or modification in the fees or dues structure.

A $29 enhancement fee will be charged to member’s credit card on file 6 months after joining and annually after as long as member continues to renew. The enhancement fee is used to purchase new, maintain old, and replace damaged equipment.

Section 2.03 Delinquency

All accounts due the Resort received on or before the due date. Any statement not paid in full 30 days after the due date shall be considered in arrears and a delinquent account and an interest charge of 2.00% will be added each month to all delinquent accounts until they are paid in full.

Should any member be in arrears for a period of thirty (30) days, he/she shall be given written notification by the person designated by the Manager, of such delinquency and the penalties for such delinquency. If the account remains in arrears for sixty (60) days, all Resort privileges shall be suspended and such member and any persons using his, her or its membership shall not have access to the Resort or use any of its facilities for any purpose until the account is made current. If the membership account is more than ninety (90) days delinquent, the Resort reserves the right to expel the member and cancel the membership. The expelled member shall remain responsible for any dues or bills incurred up to and including the date of expulsion.

Section 2.04 Registering Complaints

Members who wish to officially register a complaint should transmit the same in writing to the Resort Manager. The Resort Manager is required to call to the attention of members or guests any violation of Resort rules or misconduct.

Section 2.05 Reprimands, Suspension, Expulsion

The Manager and his authorized agents are fully authorized to privately discipline, suspend or expel any member for reasonable cause in their sole opinion. If a Member is expelled, no refund of application fees, initiation fees or dues will be made.

Such reasonable cause may consist of, but is not limited to, violations of Resort rules and regulation which, in the opinion of the Manager or any of his authorized agents, is prejudicial to the Resort’s welfare or the good order and discipline therein or upon its premises or any proper usage of Resort property. The decision of the Manager or any of his authorized agents is final.

Section 2.06 Resignations

Members may resign their membership after the initial term of membership has been fulfilled. Please email your intent to resign to the Resort 30 days prior to your renewal date and return your parking sticker to the Resort office. Members who resign in good standing

may rejoin at the current member pricing at any time. Members who have been canceled due to non-payment or other issues will not be allowed to rejoin.

Section 2.07 Guests

Members in good standing are limited to no more than 4 individual guests per day. Members may bring the same guest only once every 3 months. Spouses and children 12 and under may not be brought as guests unless due to special circumstances that have been previously approved by management. A 30-day pass may be purchased for college students visiting for the summer only.

We reserve the right to restrict overall or individual guest privileges or guest use of the Resort at any time at our sole discretion, including limiting guest use to non-peak, family or open hours; restricting guest use of certain amenities or limiting participation to certain scheduled or special events.

Members must check their guests in upon arrival and be on property the entire time their guests are here. All guests must complete and sign waivers of liability prior to usage of any activities of the Resort.

In 2020 the daily guest fees are $15.00 per adult (13+), $10.00 per tween (5-12), $5.00 per child (2-4) and babies are free. For overnight camping, a per tent guest fee of $50 in addition to the daily guest fees.. Members are responsible for the charges incurred by and the behavior of their guests.

Section 2.08 Children

Parents and/or legal guardians shall be responsible for and supervise the conduct of all their minor children (ages 17 and under) while on the Resort premises. Minor children of driving age (16-17) may not bring friends to the lake without a parent or legal guardian.

Section 2.09 Pets

No pets are allowed on the sand or lawn between the Barefoot Bar & Bistro and the dock, on the lawn at the Tuscan Pavilion, or other communal areas. Pets must be on a leash at all times while on Resort property. Members must clean up after their pets and dispose of pet waste properly. NO Pit Bulls, Chows or aggressive dogs will be permitted. NO exceptions. If a dog is deemed aggressive, management reserves the right to have the owner remove the pet immediately and ban the pet from future visits.

Section 2.10 Noise

No loud or objectionable music is allowed on the Resort grounds from sunrise to sunset. Overnight campers shall observe a quiet time from 10 pm to 6 am with no amplified music or TV viewing outside of RVs during these hours. Please be quiet when using the restrooms during the night as not to disturb other campers.

Section 2.11 Solicitation

Unless expressly authorized by Eagal Lakes, you may not solicit-whether in person or in writing any members or their guests on premises or off-premises events, including but not limited to solicitation for political, religious purposes, media interviews, business opportunities, or competitive products or services.

Section 2.12 Liability

The Resort will not be responsible for any loss or damage to personal property of members or guests. As a matter of policy, all members and guests, persons and invitees shall be required to sign waivers of liability to enter upon the Resort grounds. Similarly, waivers must be signed for all children, whether guest’s or member’s offspring, by the child’s legal guardian or parent. EL will not be responsible for any disease that parties may come in contact with inclusive of Covid-19 and any other illnesses.

Section 2.13 Parking

Designated parking lots are available for the convenience of the members and their guests. Members and their guests shall park their cars in the parking areas provided and within the spaces marked on the pavement, so as not to block the entrance and exit lanes or take up more than one parking spot. Vehicles parked in fire lanes or blocking access will be towed at its owner’s expense. The parking will be the best available as rules specific to a given event will allow.

Section 2.14 Equipment

Members are responsible for the security, repair and replacement if lost, damaged or stolen, of Resort equipment once it is checked out or rented and delivered to the member, whether used by the member, any family member or guest. Equipment must be returned by park closing and shall be parked in designated areas. Equipment shall be available on a first come first served basis. Priority will be determined by membership and guests of members who are put on a waiting list.

Section 2.15 Dress

Members and their guests at the Resort are always expected to dress in good taste. Dress codes may be put in place for specific events.

Section 2.16 Food

A snack bar is available but limited outside food is permitted. No glass containers of any kind are permitted on property. Catering for parties will also be made available upon request.

Section 2.17 Alcohol

The Resort is committed to “Responsible Alcohol Management”. The Resort reserves the right to refuse service of Alcoholic Beverages at its sole discretion. NO alcohol may be consumed on the Resort premises unless purchased from the Resort. The Resort

must supply all beer, wine, and alcoholic beverages for all events. No alcoholic beverages shall be sold, possessed or consumed upon the Resort premises by anyone less than 21 years of age. No alcohol will be served to anyone who appears to be intoxicated. Member hosts are expected to help enforce this policy. All California liquor laws shall be strictly enforced.

Section 2.18 Controlled Substances

No controlled substances shall be sold, possessed or consumed on the Resort property. Violators will be subject to expulsion and possible prosecution if detected.

Section 2.19 Smoking

Smoking is not permitted on the Resort grounds outside the designated areas. There is absolutely no smoking in communal areas of the Resort property or in and around any dead or dry brush including along trails and riparian areas due to fire hazard.

ARTICLE 111 PRIVATE PARTIES/EVENTS

Section 3.01 Private Parties

Use of the Resort facilities is intended primarily for the personal entertainment of members. Personal entertainment shall mean entertainment solely by and at the sole expense of the member or members.

A Resort member may reserve a site at the Resort. Reservations by members desiring to make use of a site for private entertainment must be approved by the Manager or by their designated agent. A site fee per location, per guest and other fees as noted in your private party agreement will apply.

Request to close a site for private parties or dinners will be made to the Manager or designated agent. Notice will be given to Resort Members at least two weeks in advance of any closure.

Resort facilities shall be made available for use by other companies and organizations as approved by the Resort Manager. Members will be notified of closures in advance of the event dates.

Section 3.02 Gratuities/Service Charges

Members may pay guest fees and bar & bistro tabs by cash, credit card or member account. Credit card charges in the bar are subject to a 4% convenience fee. All member account charges are subject to 18% member service charge. All member charges must be signed by a member before leaving for the day.

ARTICLE 1V RULES/GUESTS

Section 4.01 Membership Rules

We strive to uphold a safe, fun, family-oriented environment. As such, we expect proper, respectful conduct on the premises always. We do not permit vulgar, profane, indecent, offensive, violent, hostile or other inappropriate conduct or communications.

Section 4.02 Guest

Members in good standing are limited to no more than 4 individual guests per day. Members may bring the same guest only once every 3 months. Spouses and children 12 and under may not be brought as guests unless due to special circumstances that have been previously approved by management. A 30-day pass may be purchased for college students visiting for the summer only.

We reserve the right to restrict overall or individual guest privileges or guest use of the Resort at any time at our sole discretion, including limiting guest use to non-peak, family or open hours; restricting guest use of certain amenities or limiting participation to certain scheduled or special events.

Members must check their guests in upon arrival and be on property the entire time their guests are here. All guests must complete and sign waivers of liability prior to usage of any activities of the Resort. Minor guests must have a permission slip and waivers completed by a parent or guardian and turned in to the office by the member upon arrival.

In 2019 the daily guest fees are $15.00 per adult (13+), $10.00 per tween (5-12), $5.00 per child (2-4) and babies are free. For overnight camping, a per tent guest fee of $50 plus regular day use fees will apply. Resort reserves the right to adjust fees at any time.

ARTICLE V SAFETY

Section 5.01 Safety Requirements for Water & Land Sports

Resort members must be equipped with proper clothing and equipped with required safety equipment as necessary. All members water skiing, tubing or using kayaks, stand up paddle boards and canoes MUST wear a USCG approved life vest while preforming any activity in or on a watercraft. Anyone under the age of 18 swimming outside of the swim zone MUST also wear a USCG approved life vest. Bike helmets must be worn while riding bicycles at all times while on property whether riding one of our bicycles or members personally owned bicycle. Other safety equipment may be necessary for other activities to be determined by Resort staff.

Section 5.02 Lake Rules

The lake will be open daily, weather and daylight permitting. Check the EAGAL LAKES MEMBERS GROUP page on Facebook for closures and more information.

  • NO Lifeguards on Duty. Lifeguards may be hired for special events, on holidays or for busy weekends however parents or legal guardians are responsible for the safety of their own child(ren) while on Resort property.

  • Parents or guardian MUST be in attendance at all times when children are in the water.

  • Members should enter the lake on the beaches only.

  • Children under 7 years MUST wear a US Coast Guard approved floatation device

  • Children under 18 years MUST wear a floatation device outside of the swim buoys

  • All persons operating any watercraft; i.e.: kayaks, paddle boats, SUP boards, or tubing MUST wear a US Coast Guard approved life vest & must be 10 years + or accompanied by an adult

  • NO swimming or diving under dock, rafts or floatation platforms

  • NO running, diving, flips, boisterous or rough play is allowed

  • Paddle boats, kayaks, paddles, SUP boards MUST be checked out by an adult; any breakage of equipment while checked out

    will be charged to member account

  • Helmets must be worn while riding bicycles on property.

  • NO glass of any kind permitted

  • NO pets allowed on the sand or lawn between the Barefoot Bar & Bistro and the dock, on the lawn at the Tuscan Patio, or in

    other communal areas. All dog must be on leash at all times. Any dog deemed not well socialized will not be permitted at the

resort. Please clean up after your pets, and place waste in a dog waste station or trash can for disposal.

  • BBQ’s (propane) only allowed at member campsite while camping

  • Bonfires permitted only at designated fire pits, wind permitting

  • Please return all equipment back to proper location when finished

    Section 5.03 Playground & Children’s Activities

    From time to time and especially during major events and school vacation periods, children’s activities may be scheduled for Resort members’ children and/or grandchildren. Certain activities and services may incur a fee, may include meals and may require a consent form to be signed by the child’s parent or legal guardian.