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End of Season Bonfire
Saturday, Sept. 26th @ 7:00pm - Main Beach
- FLC Members ONLY
- 75 Members MAX to ensure social distancing
guidelines are followed
- Social distancing is required
- Masks are strongly suggested
Bring your own sticks & marshmallows & dress warm!
FLC Board Meetings
The 2nd Monday of the month @ 8:00pm - The Clubhouse
Lake Safety For Winter
Rules of the Ice:
SKATE AT YOUR OWN RISK. The lake should be uniformly frozen to a depth of 4"-6" before it is safe for skating.
NEVER SKATE ALONE. You never know when you might fall in and need assistance.
DO NOT SKATE IN ICE FISHING AREAS. This is the area just beyond Cove Beach (click here for map)
Cars, ATV's, snowmobiles, bicycles and motorcycles are NOT permitted on the ice.
No alcoholic beverages or glass containers permitted on the lake.
No fires are permitted on the lake, beaches or islands.
MEMBERSHIP BADGES MUST BE WORN.
Thank you for your continued support of our Club.
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Welcome to our Lake Community
About Forest Lakes Club
Nestled in the rolling hills and pristine forests of Sussex County, rests the small community of Forest Lakes. At it's center lies a beautiful private lake - a 45 acre body of water - where neighbors gather together to enjoy each other's company, as well as a recreational lifestyle. It is a place that families, singles and retirees from all walks of life call home.
Developed in the late 1950s by the Westby Corporation, Forest Lakes was, from its inception, envisioned as self-sustaining through its Club. Today, Club membership continues to ensure its lake, property, clubhouse and beaches remain private for its members, as well as provide a means for community unity through its many organizations and events.