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Nature bestowed glorious gifts upon Jordan Lake, and our members experience them all. In the heart of North Carolina, this 15-thousand-acre manmade freshwater lake is nestled between Sanford and Chapel Hill (near Raleigh and Durham). But you won’t find a trace of city living on the waterfront, as no commercial or residential structures exist at Jordan Lake.
Bring camping gear and reconnect with nature as the NC Division of Parks and Recreation operates nine recreation areas on the lake: Crosswinds Campground, Ebenezer Church, Parker's Creek, Poplar Point, Seaforth, Vista Point, Robeson Creek, New Hope Overlook, and White Oak Recreation Area. Whether you're looking for fun in the sun or an evening under the stars, Jordan Lake offers it all.
The memories we’ve made with our family and friends have been priceless and our experience with the management and staff at the Jordan Lake location has been excellent.
I have been a member here for a year now. I love the membership so far. Ian (manager) and all the people that work there are exceptional. Great experience every time!
The staff is great and the boats are high quality.
The pricing structure is much like a country club. You will pay a one-time entry fee and monthly dues based on the membership that you choose. Connect with the club nearest you to learn more about membership options and current promotions!
Reserving a boat has never been easier. Simply log in to your reservation dashboard and choose your desired date, vessel, and time slot.
Freedom Boat Club is truly unlimited boating. We allow up to 4 rolling reservations at any given time. Simply put – you can have 4 reservations on the books. Once you use one, you free one up. You may book up to 6 months in advance!
Number and type of boats will vary by location. Connect with the club nearest you to learn more about the local fleet.