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.

View from the North. Lower lake (jump, trick) in foreground, upper lake (slalom) in background.

View from the South, looking northwest and downhill. Upper lake (slalom) in foreground, lower lake in background.

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.