Beach Campground Unit Owners Association
New Hampshire 03252
Important information for prospective buyers ****
Welcome and thank you for taking the time to stop by the
Winnisquam Beach Resort website. If
you are seriously thinking about buying into the park, there is important
information which you should be aware of. Winnisquam
Beach Resort is a condominium resort with 138 unit owners.
The By-Laws and Condominium Document are available upon request at the
main office. Please ask our manager
for a “Welcome Packet”.
Listed below are some main points about our condominium.
Please realize that this information below may be different than what has
been told to you by some (i.e. Sellers, Real Estate agents, etc.).
However, this information is the most accurate and up to date information
available and any and all prospective buyers should be aware of our documents
and By-Laws and have a full understanding prior to buying into the park.
important points to keep in mind:
No pets are allowed in the
park. This By-Law is strictly
enforced and includes all pets including cats and dogs.
There is a $1000 entrance fee
that is due and payable by ALL new purchasers into the park.
There are no exceptions to this and all new purchasers are required to
pay the $1000 entrance fee upon transfer of deed.
The Town of Belmont has control
over all structures which are in the park. This
would include any units replaced as well as any new structures, such as
additions, porches or decks (to name a few).
Every new purchaser in the park
will be assigned a “family” code and “guest” code which will activate
the gate for entrance to the park.
The speed limit throughout the
park is 5mph
Our current condo dues are $157
per quarter with a $30 guest fee added to our 2nd quarter bills.
This does not include any special assessment that may be voted in by the
Association. The Town Of Belmont
bills unit owners directly for the cost of their sewerage hookups.
This is the unit owner’s responsibility, as are individual property tax
Not all sites are hooked into
year round water. Regardless of what
you may have been told, there is NO guarantee that a particular site may be
given approval for hookup by the Board of Directors.
Also, if your site is approved for year round water, please note that ALL
costs to hook up to year round water are the responsibility of the unit owner
and not the Association. Depending
upon where the deep water line is in your area, this could result in substantial
costs. Additionally, all hookups
must meet minimum standards concerning shutoffs, depth of pipes, curb stops,
Docks on our waterfront are
deeded to individual sites. If the
site you are interested in does not have a deeded dock, you cannot use the 15
minute dock by the ramp as your “own” dock, except for loading and unloading
only. The park does have 25 boat
posts which can be used for watercraft tie up.
The first 15 boat posts are reserved by yearly lottery.
The final 10 posts are first come – first serve (meaning if you leave
the post vacant, someone else could tie up to it while it is open).
Any work being planned in the
park, by either a unit owner or a designee, must have a work order completed
prior to any work being done. Some
examples of these would include tree cutting, additions, sheds, fences or any
type of excavation.
you have any specific questions, please feel free to e-mail through this
website. Please keep in mind that
the Condominium Document and By-Laws of Winnisquam Beach Campground are
enforced. Thank you.