How many people who love Clark Lake have a room or a wall dedicated to it? A “Clark Lake Room” is like a museum. It houses items like priceless photos of fun at the lake, a well-worn water ski or oar, a Pine Rider’s trophy, newspaper clippings, maps, or posters that express the Clark Lake experience. Coming up, there is an opportunity to add to that collection in a very meaningful way.

The trophies for this event are impressive--both in size and elegance.  The beverage bottle is included in this photo to apprise scale.

The trophies for this event are impressive–both in size and elegance. The beverage bottle is included in this photo to apprise scale.

The Fleet 58 Reunion and Regatta has reignited passion for this chapter in Clark Lake’s history. And for those who sail, the possibility of winning impressive hardware that would put a turbo on their Clark Lake collection is real. There are trophies for first, second and third for both the-16 foot and 18-foot classes. Check out the photo! At one time, more Hobies sailed in Clark Lake’s Fleet 58 than any other inland lake in the country. So why wouldn’t you have trophies to fit this historical first!

If you plan to attend the event at Eagle Point on July 6th, but aren’t sailing, you can still be in the running for an award. A trophy will be award to the person or couple with best yachting attire. And on top of the awards, there will be a number of other items available at the event—and those items are sure to become treasured Clark Lake memorabilia.

This event benefits the non-profit Clark Lake Spirit Foundation. To learn more about the work of the Foundation, please click here. Tickets to attend the noon Caribbean lunch at the Pointe Bar and Grill are $30 in advance or $35, day of.

To enter your Hobie, all the information you need is only a click away.

On Tuesday, look for a preview of the Fleet 58 Reunion and Regatta in the Exponent.

Fleet 59 Reunion and Regatta is sponsored by the Clark Lake Spirit Foundation, Clark Lake Yacht Club and Pointe Bar and Grill.