Central NJ Ski and Snowboard Club - The Lodge

Our Club Owned Lodge

CJSC Lodge phone number: (802) 767-3995

Lodge address:  Route 100 S, Rochester VT 05767 (Approx 25 min to Killington, and 35 min to Sugarbush)

All club correspondence (the club does not receive mail in the Vermont mailbox): PO Box 45, Matawan NJ 07747

The club-owned lodge is a rustic two-story, sleeping 45 persons in co-ed bunk bedrooms (separate bathrooms) with a large common living room, double kitchen and eating area. The living room features a large natural stone fireplace. It isn’t fancy, but it is warm, comfortable and is well-supplied. You will need to bring twin sheets, a pillow case and towel to stay at the lodge. What you won’t find at the lodge, to date, is cell phone service, or TV, however we do have high speed WiFi Internet access..  (See some Pictures)

Our lodge is run as a cooperative effort. On bus trip weekends, each person is assigned a task for the weekend. On non-bus trip stays, cooking and cleaning, as well as following posted opening and closing procedures, is your responsibility. The lodge is a smoke-free house, but there are receptacles in the driveway for smokers. The lodge is also well-equipped for safety, with a monitored fire alarm system, annual fire extinguisher inspections, chimney cleaning, and two sets of exit stairs from the second floor. Please comply with all posted safety rules, and if you’re not sure how something works, ask. Our lodge is our vacation home and we are all "owners", please treat it like you would treat your own home.

What else can you do/see at the Lodge?

The CJSC lodge is centrally located. It is a great base for any of the following in the right season: - Leaf Peeping – Bike Riding – Photography and gallery excursions – Visit historic sites, small scenic Vermont towns, or take a drive – Fly fishing – Tubing or canoeing – Shopping and antiquing (Outlets in Manchester) – Brewery tours and festivals – Use the lodge as an overnight stop on trips further North like Maine, Canada, etc. – Eating – Cheese-making classes, gourmet festivals and other foodie events – Buying new equipment on the Killington access road or at a ski swap – relaxing without a TV – Bluegrass festivals – Hiking both easy and epic – make plans and reservations to use the lodge for a family reunion – ride a motorcycle – play golf at a handful of public courses located nearby - and more!

Reservations to stay at the Lodge

Reservations must be made in advance with reservations chairperson.  Payment to be made immediately following stay.