Caspian Lake Sailing Days & Sailing Clinic
Throughout the 60s, 70s and early 80s, we enjoyed a vibrant Yacht Club on Caspian Lake with a fleet of about 10 Flying Dutchman, 30+ Sunfish and about a dozen handicap sailboats. Races were every Wednesday and Saturday afternoon and spectators could enjoy colorful sails circling buoys at different parts of the lake.
To help relive memories, the Greensboro Association is promoting two “Sailing Days”. Come out to the lake on July 27 (Thanks for coming out!) and August 17th. Let’s see how many sailboats we can have on the lake!
Need a sailing refresher?
Join us for a free sailing clinic at the Stone-Slater Cottage (South Shore Pleasant’s St. next door to the Landon Sunday Night Concert location) on Saturday July 20 at and / or on August 17th from 3PM-4PM (NEW TIME!) weather permitting (e.g. no storms). Come by boat, foot or car. Look for updates here on the Greensboro Association website and Facebook Page.
We can tackle beginner to more advanced sailing topics, so feel free to come along and If you are an expert, come and teach others.
I’m interested in coming up there possibly this winter swapping houses with some of your folks and wonder if you have a Jan-Feb adition of this from last year that can give me a local idea of what activities I might pursue whilst away from my home town of Charleston, SC…
We have a Spring Newsletter, but not as much content focused currently on the winter months. The winter features X-C and nearby Alpine skiing along with general winter outdoor activity. There is the nearby Craftsbury Outdoor Center to check out. Others like ice fishing and hunting. Nearby Hardwick is lively and there are great places nearby. Greensboro is spectacular in the winter.