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Trying to determine interest in a Northeast Get-Together for this summer. I'd be willing to help organize one, if there is enough interest.
Gardner Lake, Salem CT, 528 Acres, Free Public Boat Ramp, No facilities on the lake, many area hotels/motels available, nearest marina less than 10 miles in NorwichOk guys, I'm looking for a possible lake to host a get-together. Please answer the following questions to help me. Which lake do you boat on in CT, NY, MA, or RI? What is it's approximate size? Is there a public boat ramp? Is there one or more marinas on the lake? Are there rental pontoons available? Are there any restaurants on the lake with docking facilities? Are there any hotels/motels on the lake maybe with overnight slips available? Are there any hotels/motels nearby?
That sounds like an excellent (previous) offer. I have always wanted to visit Candlewood Lake. Is there anyone else interested in visiting this lake in north western Connecticut? If so, I can get started on the organizational part of a Get-Together. I would be willing to go up on a Friday evening and leave on Sunday. What type accommodations are nearby the Brookfield Bay Marina? I seem to recall that was on the south eastern end of the lake. What weekend should we consider? Some of you have expressed interest in the event but do not have a means of hauling a boat in. That should not be a problem, as there should be space on some of the boats that do show up. Isn't that why we have roomy pontoon boats in the first place???? I know there are several members actually on this lake.Cheryl at Brookfield Bay Marina offered to help host an event in CT last year at the marina. She had offered free put in and free slip for the day on Candlewood lake. I don't want to speak for her but chances are good the offer would stand in 2013 if interested. It is a 1st rate marina with great staff on a beautiful lake.