Useppa Island Living
For an Island accessible only by air or water, Useppa is really very cultured. We have a comprehensive Historic Museum, a Book Club, Bridge Club, Yacht Club, Tennis Club, Croquet Club and Beach Church. We also have the Isaak Walton Club, Fitness Center and Bocce Ball.
For the little ones that frequent the Island, there’s fishing, bike riding, swimming at the pool or the beach, a playground and lots of nature to explore. And, they grow up together; learn to drive boats and golf carts, maybe even go to college together. The friendships forged last a lifetime.
What about Holidays you ask?
Well, We Celebrate! Christmas, New Year’s, Easter, Memorial Day, St. Patrick’s Day and all holidays in between. Our traditions include a December 23 walk to view Christmas décor around the Island, just before Santa arrives, by boat, on the 24th. The Annual Christmas Eve Wassail Bowl includes Christmas Carols and Eggnog, while New Year’s brings the Annual Bonfire on the Beach, along with dinners and parties for the kids. We celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with a parade of festive golf carts, followed by lots of green beer and welcome the Easter Bunny to kick-off the Easter Egg Hunt. Celebration cookouts, flags, parades and parties are the norm, while we Celebrate our captivating sunsets Daily.
Socials, Movies on the Beach and Happy Hour Friday assure the community has the opportunity to engage on a regular basis. Then, there are the games, along with our Island version of tailgating. Croquet almost every afternoon, which includes tailgating on Wednesdays and Cat Boat racing every Saturday during season, followed by a cookout on the beach.
Here, relationships and friendships are cherished. You can be as unique as the Island itself. A welcoming attitude is not concerned with where you came from, your profession, nor your social status.
Make Your Escape to Useppa Island. Paradise Without A Passport!