Rules and Regulations about the Beach areas are to allow all RESIDENTS to enjoy the use of their surroundings. No Beach Area within Mission Bay and the Preserve is for public use. If the public is observed using an area, please call 911 and report unathorized use of the facility.
The Mission Bay Beach area is for the enjoyment of Mission Bay Homeowners only. Vehicles must have an Owner vehicle hang tag visible when using the beach parking. Visitors should wear a bracelet identifying them as a guest of a Mission Bay Homeowner when using the beach or community center amenities. It is best if a Homeowner accompanies all guests to the Beach or Community Center.
All trails and the beach area in the Preserve are for Preserve Homeowners only. No motorized traffic, including golf cart use, is allowed on any trail throughout the Preserve without authorization from the Homeowners Association Office. Preserve owners may use golf carts on beach trails only for the purpose of launching kayaks and canoes at the beach. Boats stored in the boathouse or gazebo area must be identified to the Homeowners Association office and receive a tag to let others know they have been authorized to be stored there. Any boats or watercraft stored in the boathouse or gazebo without appropriate tag may be moved without notice.
All Mission Bay and Preserve streets are open for homeowners to enjoy and take walks. Trails within the Preserve are for the use of Preserve residents only. All dogs/pets must be on a leash. This is a city regulation.
FOR OUR DOG OWNERS
There are Dog-I-Pots installed throughout Mission Bay, and two installed in the Preserve. Mission Bay Pots are located at the beach, Eagle/Hawk intersection, Montana Landing and the Village trailhead. The Pots have been successful in containing refuse throughout the community. Thanks to all pooches and owners using these on a regular basis!
A reminder to keep all dogs leashed, whether on streets, vacant lots or the Golf Course. Mission Bay complies with City of Polson regulations requiring all dogs to be leashed in these areas.