Pangaea Site Description
Pangaea Puddle WaterSki Site
Pangaea Puddle is a water-skier's paradise! The property has two 2000 foot man-made lakes (both lengthened by approx. 100 feet in Fall 2012) with one set up for 3-events. Each are record capable with judging towers and slalom and jump video installed. Lake bottoms contain quite a bit of clay, so silt is present and the water provides a soft skiing experience. The Eastern Regionals have been held here twice and 2013 will be year three.
The main lake, 3-event, was built in 1995. It is 2000 feet in usable length, varies in width from 150 to 300 for the jump cuts and is 6 to 15 feet deep. The jump is a Beamman top, steel frame with all kinds of extra floatation. (15 kids on it only sinks it a few inches so it's very firm for jumpers.)
The slalom (upper) lake was built in 2000. It is also 2000 feet long, 150 feet wide, and 8 to 12 feet average depth.
The site has 6 full size soccer fields, a trap/sporting clay lite field, a sand volleyball court, and two horseshoe pits. Two beaches, picnic tables and a play house or picnic house support the spectators and provide fun for kids.
A pavillion and kitchen facility make this an ideal event site. Please inquire.
On tournament weekends there is traditionally a dinner and campfire gathering on Saturday night. Camping has been a favorite past-time for the skiers and families. A lean-to and bunk house are available for those wishing to camp without tents. Outhouses are on-site. Camping trailers with self-contained facilities are welcome.
Home to the Vosburgh family, George, Trish and the kids welcome the ski community to share in their dream.