It’s not too late to get in on the 10-week, Monday evening course put on by the Tri-Cities Boating Club: Johnson City Sail & Power Squadron.
An important question that I hear a LOT as a membership director for Carefree Boat Club is “How should I boat – should I rent, own, or Boat Club?” and my answer is always the same; it depends.
Johnson City Award Program Honors the Achievement of Carefree Boat Club. Carefree Boat Club has been selected for the 2014 Best of Johnson City Award in the Boat Club category by the Johnson City Award Program.
Carefree Boat Club Pricing is at the top of the list of questions for just about anybody who hears about it, and for good reason. The concept of boating without owning is a fantastic way to get into the boating lifestyle without the hassle and expense of boat ownership.
Carefree Boat Club will be present at this weekend’s 2014 TriCities Home Show presented by Home Builders Association of Greater Kingsport, Inc.
Being a Carefree Boat Club member is a fantastic way to enjoy boating to the fullest. Having a fleet of boats at your disposal means you have numerous opportunities to enjoy the lake, through many different types of boating experiences.
Watauga Lake marinas offer a wide variety of recreational opportunities. The impounded water flow below the dam allows for whitewater rafting and kayaking. This area has a reputation for houseboats and even holds an annual boat parade each July 4th.
Boone Lake, located on the South Fork Holston River in northeast Tennessee, has seven marinas to serve recreational boaters. Swimming, fishing, water skiing and boating are popular pastimes on this TVA reservoir that extends from Sullivan County, TN into Washington County, VA.
So you’ve gotten the bug and are interested in a new boat! Before you go buy a new boat, though, there are several crucial questions you should ask yourself. What follows are 5 easy questions to answer that will help you make a much more informed decision.
South Holston Lake is one of the most beautiful and scenic areas of Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia. Surrounded by serene mountain peaks that soar thousands of miles above the lake’s water level, this 7,580 acre stretch of water continues to be a paradise for families looking to get away from it all.