Kayak Rack, Dock & Pavilion Rentals

There has been substantial interest in purchasing a rack that residents may use to store canoes, kayaks, or paddle boards.  The rack will be placed in the beach area and is intended for the exclusive and sole use of community members and their guests. 

Each space will be issued on a first-come first-served basis, with an initial limit of one space per property.  Each person who utilizes the rack will be expected to secure their property with their own lock and fully assume the dangers, responsibility, and risks that may be involved.  CRBCA will not monitor the stored property or the rack, nor will CRBCA be responsible to any community member who suffers any damage, loss, or injury because of the use of the rack, including but not limited to any personal injury or property damage.   

Each person who utilizes the rack will be required to execute an agreement and waiver, at which time CRBCA will furnish a decal that must be placed on the stored property.  To the extent that it becomes necessary, CRBCA will devise a “wait list” policy and explore the possibility of purchasing additional racks. 

There will be an annual charge in the amount of $50.00 per space.  
If you are interested in purchasing a space, please download an application here.

Complete form and mail back along with $50 check to: CRBCA P.O. Box 315 Grasonville, MD 21638

Kayak and SUP owners:
The US Coast Guard suggests labeling your kayak with either a sticker or even permanent marker. If they find an unmanned kayak or canoe adrift without a person in it, the US Coast Guard treats it like an active search and rescue case.
If you label your kayak with two contact numbers, it will allow first responders to reach out before a potentially costly search begins, and they can try to get your property back to you!

When you ID your kayak, they recommend you do so on the inside near your seat, or in an area that won't be rubbed frequently.

United States Coast Guard Pamphlet - A Boater's Guide to Federal Requirements for Recreational Boats

US Coast Guard Auxiliary Information here.

Dock Slip Rental Application here.

Pavilion Rental Application here.

Kayak Space Rental Application here.


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PO BOX 315, GRASONVILLE, MD 21638 Chester River Beach Community, located along the Chester River and Winchester Creek. The geographic limits of the Association are as follows: All existing sub-divided lots on both sides of Chester River Beach Road north of Pecks Cove, Chester River drive, Jackson Road, Canal Street and Stoney Bar Bluff; herein after referred to as Chester River Beach. The purpose of the Association is as defined in the Articles of Incorporation of the Chester River Beach Civic Association, Inc., as recorded in the State of Maryland, County of Queen Anne on the 10th day of November, Nineteen hundred and Sixty-Three (1963).