The 2017 Glen Isle Boat Slip application is posted on this site. The GIIA Pier Chairperson is Brendan McGrath. If you have any questions, find his contact info. in the Community Directory.
Note: GIIA Board Meeting dates have changed to the 3rd Thursday of the month. Still at the clubhouse at 7 pm.
There is a lot of information on this website for the residents of Glen Isle. If you have something that you'd like to see, let us know. Visit the Contact Us page found in the menu on the left of the page.
This site relies on volunteers, so pardon any delays in updating.
See the latest newsletter for information on how you can help improve Glen Isle.
Note: The monthly Board Minutes are now available on the left menu under "GIIA Board Minutes." These are PDF files, you can either download them or view them online if your browser supports PDF viewing.
Glen Isle History
"Beautiful Glen Isle on the South River," that's the way the early developer (circa 1923) described this waterfront community. He also used other superlatives to entice prospective buyers such as "...rich in the traditions of the former days; convenient to Annapolis, Baltimore and Washington; noted for its sandy beaches and traditionally the home of Black Beard the Pirate."
Our original tract of 138 acres was part of a much larger grant given to the second Lord Baltimore. Subsequently, this tract was sold to a Mr. Burgess from Baltimore and then to his son-in-law, Mr. Beard. For many years the property was known as Beard's Farm.
The northernmost part of the community beach (where the cattails are located) is officially called Beard's Point and can be found on most nautical charts of the area. Our main wharf was long used by ferry boats traveling to Annapolis and by commercial fisherman. The oyster shells lying on the beach are artifacts of this bygone era.