As the new year is rolling around, we would like to wish the happiest New Year to our members. We hope your holiday season has been extra festive, full of great food, and even better memories. Accompanying the changing of years is the changing of you (or at least that’s sometimes the goal)! New […]
Often when you picture kids out on the lake, you visualize your young ones strapping into their life jackets and packing up their water toys, or splashes and smiles as they enjoy the sun. Yes, the lake is the perfect activity for kids, but it actually happens to be one of my favorite ways […]
When you hear the phrase “getting away from it all,” it’s not meant to be taken literally! One of the best reasons for boating is to go out on the water with friends and family. It’s a time to unplug, to enjoy each other while enjoying the sun and lake.
A lot of people have asked me recently about what watersport they would like, but he honest answer is that everyone is different. However I do have a list of five watersports you must try.
Every single one of us loves to have fun, those of us in lake communities know that the best way to do that is water sports. But it isn’t much fun if you get injured, stranded, or even worse.
It could be said that if the boating bug doesn’t bite your kids before the age of 13 they will never love the boating lifestyle. The quickest way to make kids fall in love with the water is an exciting adventure filled with fun new experiences.
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.
South Holston Lake is the biggest of the lakes in the TriCities TN / VA / NC area. Since it is such a large body of water with so many spots to choose from, we thought we’d show you the best spots to take the family tubing.
As a new member of the Carefree Boat Club – my family and I have already enjoyed several outings on the local Tri-Cities lakes. One such outing, on South Holston Lake, was particularly “spur of the moment” and I wanted to write a quick guest post about it.