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About The Association

The Lake Forest II Master Homeowners Association is a private planned community of 3,436 homes. Established in 1970, the Association is a non-profit mutual benefit corporation, formed to provide for the maintenance, preservation and architectural control of the lots and common areas, and to promote the health, safety and welfare of its residents.

All legal owners of property in Lake Forest II are Members of the Lake Forest II Master Homeowners Association, and they support its operations through a monthly assessment.

The Lake Forest II Master Homeowners Association operates the Sun & Sail Club, a large recreational facility located at 24752 Toledo Way, at the corner of Toledo Way and Lake Forest Drive. The Sun & Sail Club also houses the administrative offices of the Association.

Club Staff

The Association Staff work in offices at the Sun & Sail Club, in Administration, Accounting, Community Services (which includes staff support for the Master Architectural Committee (MAC) and Hearing Board, and CC&R enforcement), Maintenance, and Recreation. The top-level employee is the General Manager, followed by the four departmental managers. The Staff manages the operations of the Association, including maintenance of all common areas and private streets; financial statements and reporting; CC&Rs and rules enforcement; recreation; and the operation and maintenance of the Sun & Sail Club. The Club is open seven days a week year-round, except on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day.

An award-winning monthly newsletter, The Mainsheet, is mailed to all homeowners, and contains a wealth of useful information.  The Association also has a website,www.lf2.org, which contains the calendar of  events, Board and Staff contact information, news and announcements, a multitude of important and helpful documents and forms, Tract Rep Program information, meeting agendas and minutes, policies, and links to important agencies and organizations in the area, including to our sponsored organizations.  There is a separate Recreation website,www.lf2recreation.org, carrying details of classes, day camps, special events, tennis, excursions, etc.

The Association sponsors a number of organizations, which meet at the Sun & Sail Club and represent a variety of interests.  These include the Sun & Sail Women’s Club, the Dolphins Swim Team, and Cub Scouts and Girl Scouts.  To find out how to contact any of these organizations, please call the Recreation Department at 586-0860, Ext. 29, or visit the Recreation website,www.lf2recreation.org

The Recreation Department offers a variety of activities, programs, and special events, including the Holiday Open House for all of our residents in December, and the fabulous 4th of July Celebration, as well as summer swim lessons and day camps, tennis programs, excursions, and comedy nights. Independent contractors conduct classes at the Club such as Taekwondo, Water Aerobics, Yoga, personal fitness training, and other classes. Information on all events and programs is available in The Mainsheet, on the Recreation website, www.lf2recreation.org, or by calling 586-0860, Ext. 29.

Sun & Sail Club Facilities

The Lake Forest II Master Homeowners Association is a private planned community of 3,436 homes located in the City of Lake Forest, Orange County, California. Established in 1970, the Association is a non-profit mutual benefit corporation, formed to provide for the maintenance, preservation and architectural control of the lots and common areas, and to promote the health, safety and welfare of its residents.

All legal owners of property in Lake Forest II are Members of the Association, and they support its operations through a monthly dues assessment.

The Association operates the Sun & Sail Club, a large recreational facility located at 24752 Toledo Way, at the corner of Toledo Way and Lake Forest Drive. The Sun & Sail Club also houses the administrative offices of the Association.

The Master Association is governed by a seven-member Board of Directors, elected annually by the Members (homeowners). The Board meets on the first Wednesday of each month, at 6:30 p.m., at the Sun & Sail Club. Board meetings are open to all residents of the Association.

he Association Staff consists of paid employees who work in the offices at the Sun & Sail Club, in: Administration; Accounting; Community Services, which includes Staff support for the Master Architectural Committee (MAC) and the Hearing Board, as well as CC&R enforcement; Recreation; and Maintenance. The top-level employee is the General Manager, assisted by four department managers. (If you would like to view the Association’s Organization Chart , you will find it in the Resource Center.

The Sun and Sail Club has many amenities, which include:

  • Multiple swimming pools: a 25-yard diving pool, a 25-yard lap pool, an aquatic exercise pool, a wading pool (intended for children), and a spa.
  • A spacious, well-equipped Fitness Center in a poolside building, with pool and lake views (open whenever the Sun & Sail Club is open), nine lighted tennis courts, three basketball half-courts, sand volleyball courts, and a “Tot Lot” playground for small children.
  • Modern restrooms with changing areas, located near the pools, and warm outdoor showers.
  • A 1500-square-foot Youth Center for meetings, recreational and special events; dividable into two or three separate sections.
  • Picnic and barbecue areas available on a first-come, first-service basis.
  • A Snack Bar in the pool area, open in late Spring through the Summer months.
  • Amphitheater at lakeside, available to rent for private parties, weddings, receptions.
  • A spectacular 4th of July celebration on the Club grounds every year, crowned by an aerial, musically choreographed fireworks show launched from a barge on the lake.
  • A Lounge upstairs with an outside patio deck and a beautiful view of the lake and grounds, with pool tables and big-screen TV. Full bar is open on Friday evenings from 6:00 p.m. to midnight, and on Monday nights during football season. (Age 21+ only, at all times due to alcohol storage).
  • Large, light and airy Banquet Room downstairs, available to rent for private parties, weddings, receptions, etc., with outside patio and beautiful lake view (can be divided into two or three smaller rooms to accommodate different group sizes).
  • Saunas and locker rooms downstairs.
  • An elevator to access three levels of the Clubhouse.
  • Catering kitchen conveniently located near Banquet Rooms, with outside access from parking lot.
  • All of the Association administrative offices, in one convenient location.