Press Release Summary: The Rock Lodge Club, a family-oriented, non-profit, cooperative nudist club in Stockholm, NJ, will hold its annual Open House and Arts & Crafts Show on Saturday, June 7 from 10 a.m. to 5p.m.
Press Release Body: HARDYSTON - The Rock Lodge Club, a family-oriented, non-profit, cooperative nudist club in Stockholm, NJ, will hold its annual Open House and Arts & Crafts Show on Saturday, June 7 from 10 a.m. to 5p.m.
The day includes a tour of members' cabins, historic buildings and grounds, lunch and a display of members' arts and crafts. At the day's end, visitors are invited for light refreshments on the dock. All facilities will be available to visitors.
The event is open to everyone. The charge for adults is $15 for the day; children are free.
Throughout the day, visitors may use the spring-fed lake for swimming and boating. Tennis courts, a sauna and hot tub will also be available. There are two beaches for lounging, play areas for children, and trails for hiking. Visitors should pack towels and sunblock.
Rock Lodge Club sits on 145 acres of woodlands in the New Jersey Highlands. During the Roaring Twenties, the property was a training camp for Jack Dempsey and other boxers, and in 1932 it was established as a seasonal nudist club, which continues today. The grounds also feature one of New Jersey's unique historic buildings, the Stone House. It was built as a model fireproof farmhouse in 1907 by the architect, Abraham Lincoln Himmelwright, a chief engineer for the Roebling Construction Company, builders of the Brooklyn Bridge.
For more information and directions, visit www.rocklodge.com or call (973) 697-9721.
Web Site: http://www.rocklodge.com
Contact Details: firstname.lastname@example.org, 973-697-9721 119 Rock Lodge Rd., Stockholm, NJ 07460