About Kala Point

Considerable property at Kala Point is held in common.

Kala Point Owners’ Association has many common areas. In addition, Kala Point Village Association (timeshares), Kala Point Condominium Association, Kala Bluffs Condominium Association (townhouses) and Kala Heights Association (townhouses) all own, govern and maintain their own common areas.

The KPOA Common Areas include, but are not limited to, the following:

Beach Areas

We have 1¼ miles of waterfront which includes a sandy beach, dock, buoys, boat ramp, fresh water outlets, gazebo (available to be reserved), playground with equipment, horseshoe pit, barbeque, bocce ball court, Sani-kans, parking, and a small boat storage rack (KPOA tag required).

Clubhouse

The Clubhouse includes:

Free Wi-Fi*restrooms*Main Room, which houses a piano, a TV, a small kitchen and is available to reserve*Fireplace Room which houses a fireplace, lending library, a TV and is also available to be reserved*Game/Exercise Room which includes a ping pong table, a foosball table and a few exercise machines*pool and wading pool (open April through October), Jacuzzi and sauna (open year round), locker rooms, two decks including furniture*Available to check out: tennis racquets and balls, pickle ball racquets and balls, bocce ball equipment, horseshoes, tables, folding chairs and more.

Association Office

The Kala Point Owners’ Association Office is located at the end of Kala Point Drive, in Storage Lot B. Association business is conducted there and most committees hold their regular meetings in the Office conference room. The Association Maintenance Shop is on the ground floor of the building and the Office is on the second floor.

Tennis and Pickle Ball Courts

There are five courts in Kala Point. Courts 1, 2 and 3 are located below the Clubhouse on Sailview Drive and court 3 doubles as a pickle ball court. Courts 4 and 5 are located off Kala Heights Drive.

Open Areas and Greenbelts

These areas include the bluff slopes, “Tract A” between Nantucket and Windship Drives, the large areas between Cedarview and Kala Heights Drives, the narrow easements connecting some streets as well as the walking trails.

Streets

Along with 7½ miles of paved roads, there are berms and ditches, access roads, alleys, signs and parking areas.

Storage Lots

Kala Point Owners’ Association currently houses two storage lots. Members rent spaces annually and all spaces are assigned through the KPOA Office. The original lot (Lot A) is on property at the upper well site off Pinecrest Drive and the newer, larger lot (Lot B) is located at the west end of Kala Point Drive. An annual rental fee for these storage lot spaces ranges from $92-150, depending on the length of the space.

Entrance Gate, Mail Stations and Bulletin Boards

The entrance gate area includes a gate house, Tele-entry kiosk, mail station, and a bulletin board. Besides the entrance gate, there are a total of 6 other mail stations around the property that also include bulletin boards where event flyers, community activities, miscellaneous notices and KPOA Board Meeting agendas and minutes are posted. There is a bulletin board at the Clubhouse as well.