Club Information:

Overview | Membership | Officers | Directions

Club Overview:

Lake Washington Sailing Club is an association of individuals and boat owners interested in small boat sailing and racing. We are an independent club licensed by the Port of West Sacramento. Our Club facility are located at the Port of West Sacramento at the South end of Harbor Blvd. Lake Washington Sailing Club has the most consistent winds among the sailing venues nearest Sacramento.

Club Membership:

Membership allows for daily use of the club facilities located on the Port of West Sacramento grounds. This includes access to the waters of the turning basin and Old Lake Washington, the docks, ramp, boat hoist and clubhouse. Dues for a full membership are $150/year and at least twelve hours of labor to the club, a $50 initiation fee and $25 key deposit. There are reduced fees for student members. Newcomers, boat owners, crew and novice sailors are welcome.

LWSC is now also a member of PICYA, the Pacific Inter-Club Yacht Association. PICYA member clubs include Berkeley YC, Corinthian YC, Encinal YC, Folsom Lake YC, Richmond YC, Sacramento YC, San Francisco YC, St. Francis YC and over 100 others. See the full list here.

If you are interested in becoming a member fill out the below membership application and send it in to the included address. If you have questions about the benefits of membership contact us by e-mailing us at

Membership Application:

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Club Officers:

The club officers are (click on their position to contact them):

David Potter
Vice Commodore
Greg Neal
Past Commodore
Rich Glovin
Remie Diva
Janyne Reckner
Port Captain
William Herion
Sailing Officer
George Biery
Communications Officer
Ken Beck

Directions to the club:

From Business 80 in West Sacramento, take the Harbor Blvd. exit and travel south on Harbor Blvd. (that'll be a left hand turn from the eastbound 80 exit (red path) and a right from the westbound 80 exit (green path)). Harbor Blvd. will dead end into the Port of West Sacramento. A note for those coming from the Bay Area: Business 80 and Interstate 80 are different freeways in Sacramento. When entering Sacramento there will be an offramp to the right for Interstate 80/Reno. Don't take that exit. Continue on the main freeway (Business 80) into Sacrmento. See the below picture:

At the light, take a right. Do NOT enter into the Port at the the Guard station (shown as a small house on the above map) in front of you. After taking a right, there will be a yellow iron rod gate less than a 1/4 mile up on the left. Here is a picture of it:

Take a left through the yellow gate. Follow that truck! Inside the gate, you'll cross the railroad track and enter the port. About 100 yards inside the port, you'll come to a paved road on your right. Take a right onto that road and follow it as it winds through the port. Eventually that road will pass a training center and dead end into a closed gate. Take a right on that gravel road and follow it to our clubhouse at the end of the peninsula. See this graphic for details of the route through the port: