Come Sail with Us!

cropped-Sailing-31.jpgIf you have a passion for sailing and would like to join a well established sailing club, then we invite you to join the Walnut Valley Sailing Club.

Welcome letter from WVSC Commodore:

We hope your tour of our website will encourage you to come out to El Dorado Lake and visit. Walnut Valley Sailing Club offers a friendly and relaxing sailing club atmosphere along with the best and deepest water conditions in the region.
WVSC traces its roots back to 1937, when it was called the Wichita Sailing Club and located at Santa Fe Lake. Many of our long time members recall Santa Fe sailing, before the move to El Dorado in 1985.
Our on-the-water Activity Center has all the necessary amenities for great sailing and social experiences. A full kitchen is available to members from Spring through Fall. The slip facilities can accommodate both board and big keel boats.
We are a vibrant, fun club with varied sailing activities, socials and competition scheduled throughout the sailing season. The racing program is active, well-organized, and always looking for more racers. New racers are welcome, racing is an excellent way to learn about sailing. Other themed sailing activities are meant to encourage joyful, relaxed sailing for the entire family.
WVSC learn-to-sail program for youth and adults is, hands down, the best sail training in the region. Our goal is to train the sailors of tomorrow to keep our sailing community strong.
So come on over and check us out, where:
Ginger Brown, Commodore 2017

WVSC facilities offer:

  • 85 sailboat slips on a floating dock with electrical & water hookups
  • Slips  from 10’ x 24’ to 14’ x 30’ with night-time lighting
  • Docks for small boats
  • Two private launching ramps
  • Secure, fenced dry storage
  • Covered pavilion area with a sun shelter and picnic tables
  • Floating Activity Center/Clubhouse provides a full kitchen, rest rooms with showers & a large gathering  area/meeting room

P.O. Box 20076, Wichita, KS 67208-1076

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