The Fox Hill Yacht Club is located on the Saugus River at 114 Ballard Street, Saugus, Massachusetts.
Joseph Paul Collette, along with Augustus Parsons, Herbert and William Barber, Joseph Pergola, Ronald Jarosz, Daniel Neville and Walter Lipkiewcz found the club. It was Incorporated as the Fox Hill Yacht Club Inc. on October 19, 1966 with Joseph Paul Collette as the First Commodore.
At its' beginning the club was housed in a small shack at the waters edge. Since that time it has evolved into a full scaled yacht club occupying a two-story building. The first floor boasts an attractive function hall with a dance floor, beautifully finished bar and a full kitchen. The second floor, the member's club house, has a beautiful oak hand carved bar and lounge area. Members can relax and enjoy their favorite beverage on the wrap around balcony overlooking the water. At the rear of the building at the river's edge there is a beautiful finished patio with full barbecue pit.
There are thirty-nine boat slips available for regular members.
Commodore's Opening Night
photo courtesy Jim Harrington