The Palisades Park easement lies at the mouth of a steeply cascading stream, flowing through a forested cleft in the palisades that are the namesake for our neighborhood. From the locked gate by the parking area on Cedar Ct., 235 mostly aluminum stairs descend steeply, but safely, along this watercourse, to the Easement. There, you will find facilities including non-slip aluminum decking, ramps and docks that create 8 power boat slips (each accommodating a 22' boat), a kayak ramp, and a low-rise kayak loading area with shallow water for easy entry and exit. There are also 39 kayak rack spaces for storing kayaks, canoes or paddleboards plus 8 slots in a paddleboard-only rack; some rack spaces can accommodate more than one kayak or paddleboard. At this time, all slips and storage spaces are full and there are long waiting lists (see Wait Lists page on this site), likely many years long, for access to these storage spaces. Families joining the easement are welcome to be added to the wait lists, but should not expect to find storage space at the easement for their watercraft any time soon. Palisades Park is available for all members as a delightful place to swim and picnic by the water, and easement membership does confer the right to put-in properly licensed watercraft at the Lake Corp office (by the dam) for day-use.