A Community Handbook was approved at the March 2, 2019 annual meeting.Click above .


To read and download ARC new and improvement requests

go to MORE and ARC Forms or also on the Contact Us Page


Leesville Lake Beautification Day will be June 8. to learn about the even and/or register to participate link to:  https://www.leesvillelake. org/beautification-day/beautification-day-registration/


The lock codes for the boat dock and boat storage area have been  changed - please click the contact number for Property Manager to request the new combinations for  2019


THE RBHOA board will hold a working meeting on the last Wednesday of the month. If the meeting is cancelled it will be  posted here.


ARC will meet May 20 to discuss owner improvement request.


Annual Memorial Weekend Picnic will be held Saturday, May 25th at noon. It will be preceded by a business meeting beginning at 

11 a.m. at the Pavilion. Reservation requests MUST be made by May 19.  Email


If you plan to sell your lot or home, please see the VA Property Owners Association Act page for important information regarding Disclosure Packets. 


2019/2020 BOARD

Pam Mitchell,  President

Vanda Danielsen, Vice President

Bill Wither, Treasurer

Herb Miller, Secretary


Gail Harding, Richard Jenet and Carmen Perri

2019 Committees

We still have slots for volunteers.

Runaway Bay Homeowners' Association

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Runaway Bay is more than a beautiful, serene, well-managed development on a gorgeous lake. It is a community with a spirit like none other. Even though we are spread over 758 acres and six miles of roads, we all know each other. It is a place where neighbors help neighbors. Living here is "living the dream."


Welcome to the official website for the Runaway Bay Homeowner's Association. The Runaway Bay Community consists of 758 acres located on Leesville Lake in Bedford and Campbell Counties in Virginia. We are about 20 miles south of Lynchburg, 45 miles east of Roanoke and 45 miles north of Danville.


When we bought our home in 2014 it was because (1) my wife wanted to retire to waterfront property, (2) Runaway Bay is a reasonable drive from NoVA, (3) Runaway Bay is not completely built out so we’d have some space from the neighbors, and (4) Runaway Bay has good roads/maintenance and general appearance.  What we did not know was what an outstanding community existed in the development.  The friendliness of the residents and community spirit they foster are the single best thing Runaway Bay has to offer.  


This website is a resource for Runaway Bay property owners, its community association and people interested in the Runaway Bay development. The content of this website is provided as is and any information provided does not replace any official documents.