*Swimming and wading from BCA property is not permitted.*
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Boat Registration for Residents
BCA members, tenants, and their guests may launch their own boats at Sunday Park, Harbour Pointe, or The L. Still, they must properly register the vessels with the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries Brandermill Community Association. Annual decals for registering boats with the BCA are available at the BCA office and must be displayed on the starboard bow of privately owned boats. These decals are also required on all boats stored at the marina and on storage racks throughout Brandermill. Residents and guests using launch facilities or rental options must display valid BCA hang tags from the rear-view mirror of their cars left in parking areas. Vehicles with trailers must be parked in the designated trailer parking lot at Sunday Park. Vehicles without proper parking credentials are subject to towing at the owner’s expense. All watercraft used on the Swift Creek Reservoir, whether stored on BCA property (t-racks, posts, or waterfront property) or stored at a Brandermill home (in the garage/under the deck), must be registered annually with the BCA for general identification purposes and use of Brandermill boat launch sites. This includes windsurf, paddle-boards, and inflatables. The 2021 annual Home Registration fee is $25.
Boat Storage Options
Brandermill residents may store a boat on BCA property by annually renting spaces. Waterfront property owners may store 1 motorized and 1 non-motorized boat at the water’s edge directly behind their home. The boat may be pulled up into the common property and chained to a tree or a post.
The options include:
- Sunday Park: t-racks, beach posts
- The Landing at Commodore Point: t-racks, beach posts, boat on trailer parking spaces
- Waterside Park: t-racks
Pricing per year is as follows:
- T-racks: upper – $60; middle – $65; lower – $70 / Additional Boat $12
- Beach posts – $100
- Boat on trailer space – $100
- Home beach – $100 per boat
Please call the BCA office at 804-744-1035, extension 1007, or email our Parks & Recreations Manager for more information, to check availability as we often rent to capacity.
Swift Creek Reservoir
Swift Creek Reservoir was constructed in 1965 as a public water supply for Chesterfield County. The 12 million gallons per day capacity at Addison-Evans Water Treatment and Laboratory Facility provides an average of 7.5 million gallons of drinking water per day for the county. The reservoir is a 1,700-acre impoundment containing approximately 5.2 billion gallons of water. The Swift Creek Reservoir Watershed is located in the northwest part of the county and encompasses 61.9 square miles. Its headwaters are located in Powhatan County. The watershed is divided into the following sub-watersheds, based on its tributary streams:
|Little Tomahawk Creek||Otterdale Creek||Dry Creek|
|Tomahawk Creek||Horsepen Creek/Blackman Creek/Deep Creek||Fuqua Creek|
|Turkey Creek/Swift Creek||West Branch|