of the Belvedere Lagoon
The best kept secret in Belvedere
The Belvedere Lagoon is owned and maintained by the BLPOA. Membership in the BLPOA is open to all homeowners with property fronting on the lagoon.
Use of the lagoon is restricted to members of the BLPOA, their tenants and guests, and to members of the BSS during its events. The lagoon covers approximately 66 acres, at an average depth of 4-6 feet, and is surrounded by 261 lots comprised of 232 private residences, 28 duplexes and the BLPOA boatyard. There is no public access to the lagoon and there is no boat access between the lagoon and the bay.
Approved uses of the lagoon include swimming, manually-powered craft (such as canoes, paddleboats, rowboats) and sailboats (mono-hulls up to a maximum of 15 feet in length). Multi-hulled sailboats and power driven craft of any type ARE NOT permitted on the lagoon. Members of the BLPOA are encouraged to join the BSS, which sponsors organized sailboat races on the lagoon for Sunfish, Laser, and Lido 14 sailboats, as well as social events for BSS members. (See Belvedere Sailing Society page on this website). BSS and BLPOA members also have use of the BLPOA's small boat dry storage facility (for an additional fee) at 50 Lagoon Road. BSS membership is open to all residents of Belvedere. For more information about joining the BSS, please call Gaby Isaacson at 435-4887.
Helping preserve the Lagoon
The BLPOA is a private non-profit corporation, not a homeowner's association, whose sole function is to maintain and operate the lagoon for the benefit and recreation of its members.