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Relive your summer camp and Bungalow colony days at Pine Lake Park

04/06/2017 04:58:33 PM


From Shul member, Michelle Leberfeld:

"I attend services at the Shul of NY and I have a unit at Pine Lake where my kids have grown up.  I thought that the Shul community would appreciate the Pine Lake vibe.  We do a lot of singing - on the beach, in the social hall.  There are musicians everywhere, and there are self-led traditional services on Shabbat."

Pine Lake Park is not the Hamptons or the Berkshires — it’s not even the Catskills. It’s someplace wonderfully different. Owners and a few lucky renters create their own retro camp experience — visiting and reading on the beach, playing tennis on four red clay courts, joining the regularly scheduled pickup basketball game, or paddling around the lake under the watchful eye of a lifeguard.

The social hall is the focal point for planned evening activities on weekends. This soaring, rustic space hosts prominent speakers, free professional entertainment on Saturday evenings, game nights, special events, and movies under the stars. The area also offers hiking and biking on nearby trails and easy access to Westchester’s many cultural institutions, including the arts meccas of Peekskill and Cold Spring. Or not.

Your deck is serene and your hammock beckons.

For information on availabilities this summer, contact Michelle at Or visit the Pine Lake Park blog. Or just watch the spot.

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