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The Alum Creek Sailing Association (ACSA) was formed in 1982 to promote the sport of sailing. First started by Prindle, G-Cat and Nacra catamaran sailors who wanted to enjoy the same level of competition when Hobie Cats were king, the Alum Creek Sailing Association quickly became what it is today: sailing families, individual sailors and sailing enthusiasts with various types of vessels (mono-hulls, multi-hulls and sailboards).

In 2004, through the vision and the dedication of the leadership and members along with countless hours of volunteer service, ACSA members built and opened the 135 slip, sailboat only, marina located in Swimmer's Cove on the west side of Alum Creek Reservoir.

With more than 200 members, ACSA continues to promote sailing through our social, racing and cruising opportunities. In addition, we run annual Learn to Sail programs and we proudly operate a wonderful facility that all Central Ohio residents can enjoy.

Last updated 8:15pm on 12 March 2017

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