Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, only members are allowed on lake property. Any guests MUST be accompanied by a member at all times. Please observe all state mandated guidelines. Masks are recommended anytime you gather with anyone outside of your household. Please wash your hands and maintain social distancing protocols.
Please be cautious when spending time near foliage. We have two confirmed cases of Lyme disease. Lyme disease is a bacterial infection you get from the bite of an infected tick. At first, Lyme disease usually causes symptoms such as a rash, fever, headache, and fatigue. But if it is not treated early, the infection can spread to your joints, heart, and nervous system. Prompt treatment can help you recover quickly. WV is home to the Deer Tick which carries Lyme Disease.
We are pet friendly, and we know you love your pets. Please make sure that all pets are wearing a collar if they roam outdoors. We have an uptick in feral cats. Cats without collars or otherwise determined to be wild or feral could be trapped and relocated. Please be sure to spay or neuter any pets that roam free.
We love our wildlife here at Lake Chaweva. We do, however, have an over abundance of non-native species and native species alike. That is not healthy for our other resident lake wildlife. The overpopulation of geese greatly raises the E-Coli level in our lake, and the non-native ducks contribute to a waste issue. Please do not feed the waterfowl. Feeding the water fowl can result in a written warning followed by a fine assessed by the HOA.
Please be safe and enjoy the abundance of fish species found in Lake Chaweva. Please do not leave trash or waste in or around the water. Remember Lake Chaweva is strictly Catch-and-release! Please send us photos of the BIG one!
No motorcycles or ATV's allowed on Lake Property. Residents are welcome to park their vehicles in their driveways or on their lots, however, any vehicles parked on Lake property must be properly registered or may be towed at owners expense.
Please be careful when swimming. Young children and those with little swimming experience should always use life jackets in or on the water. Children under 13 must be supervised at all times by an adult. Lake Chaweva is not liable for any accidents while utilizing the lake. There is no lifeguard on duty at any time on Lake Chaweva. As always, play safe and never swim alone.
Speed limit at Lake Chaweva is 15 miles per hour. Keep our residents, children, and wildlife safe by not speeding!