Frequently Asked Questions

 
  • How can I get a copy of the CC&Rs, bylaws, and architectural rules?
    All community documents are available for download on the Members Only page.
  • How much are the HOA Membership dues?
    The Shores at Rainbow Lake and Parcels B/E:  $830.64 Annually or $415.32 Semi Annually (equivalent to $69.22 per month)
    Rainbow Cove attached home:  $396.00 Annually or $198.00 Semi Annually  (equivalent to $33.00 per month)
  • How and when are dues paid?
    HOA dues are due on January 1st and July 1st.  A late fee of $25 will be assessed if dues are paid more than 30 days late. 
    Currently we only accept checks.  They should be made out to The Shores at Rainbow Lake HOA and mailed to PO Box 475, Lakeside, AZ 85929
  • Are RVs and boats allowed to be parked on the owner's lot?
    No, the CC&Rs prohibit long term storage of large vehicles on the owners lots.
  • Does The Shores offer long term storage for RVs and other large vehicles?
    Yes, we do.  The costs are $275.00 per year for large spaces and  $165.00 per year for small spaces. They are paid annually.  Contact our property manager if you want to rent a space.
  • What is The Shores contact information?
    Our mailing address is PO Box 475, Lakeside, AZ 85929-0475.  Email address for the association manager is shoresatrainbowlake@cableone.net.  Consult the member directory for the property manager's phone number. 
  • Is there good fishing at Rainbow Lake?
    Yes! Of course it varies seasonally as with all lakes, but the lake is stocked with rainbow trout several times a year.  Other fish you can catch at Rainbow Lake are largemouth bass, channel catfish, bluegill, green sunfish and illegally introduced northern pike.  Here is a link the Arizona Fish & Game Department website. You may see some very large fish near the shore of the lake.  These are weed eating carp that help control grasses growing in the lake during the warmer months.  Please throw them back if you catch one!
  • Do I need a fishing license at Rainbow Lake?
    Yes, all anglers above the age of ten years old must have a fishing license issued by Arizona Game & Fish Department.  Click here to see license fees and buy a license online.
  • Is water skiing allowed on Rainbow Lake?
    No.  There is a maximum power limit of 9.9 HP for boat motors.  As a result, fishing boats and pontoon boats are the types of boats used on Rainbow Lake.