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For your stay at the lodge you will need to bring sheets or sleeping bags and pillow cases, towels, and whatever food items you plan to consume. Blankets are provided. The kitchen is fully equipped. Please take your recyclable food bottles and cans back home with you. Cleaning of your assigned room and all common areas must be done before departing. There is no cell phone reception at the lodge and only local calls can be made on the lodge phone. Therefore, a calling card is necessary if you plan to make long distance calls from the lodge phone. The lodge phone number is 802-767-3234.There are four bathrooms at the lodge. A men's dorm bathroom and a women's dorm bathroom are on the first floor. The third bathroom is shared by rooms 5, 6, and 7 on the second floor. The fourth bathroom is shared by rooms 1, 2, 3, and 4, also on the second floor.
The rules and regulations for use of the lodge have been developed through experience and for the best interest of our members. They are posted for your information and use. Please make an effort to keep the lodge clean and let us know if anything needs attention.
LODGE POLICY FOR CHILDREN
INFANT – 12
Club Membership fee
Parent/Guardian required at lodge
Parent/Guardian required in room
Lodge Rate May to October
Lodge Rate November to April
Normal rate (c)
(a) Except club event dates (ex: Hiking, Golf, July 4th, etc.)
(b) During family dates (Children under 13 are only welcome during these dates.)
(c) Except family dates which are free.
FAMILY DATES The lodge is open to families with children of any age on selected weeks and weekends throughout the winter. Note these dates and make reservations to bring your children or grandchildren to the lodge. (Children 13 or older may join as junior members and are welcome at the lodge at any time, all year long). 2014 FAMILY DATES Martin Luther King weekend, January 17-20February break week, February 14-23Spring break week, April 17 - 27ROOM AVAILABILITY FOR CHILDREN Good family rooms are Room 7, with a double bed and two twin beds or Rooms 6 or 4 with the adjoining Room 5. Children ages 8-12 may also stay in the dorm as long as they are accompanied by a same-gender parent, grandparent, or guardian.FAMILY RENTALS The lodge is available on a limited basis during the months of May through October for family rentals. Think about planning a family reunion week or weekend at the lodge. Families may bring children of any age during their group rental time. Talk to Ken Robbins or Dave Clark.
ENJOY YOUR STAY AT THE LODGE. The Lodge Committee