Lake Parsippany is a spring fed lake approximately 168+ acres, 1 mile long, 1/2 mile wide, obstacle
free, except some shoreline areas. We have no tall mountains next to us so wind is good most of the time.
Membership is available to residents and out of district families as well.
May to October there are 7 buoys placed around the lake that are maintained for games, point of sail, and our Sailing Class.
The Sailing Club offers a class in June to members of the lake to help promote sailing.
A website is maintained through our Lake Association www.lake-parsippany.org A newsletter is mailed to every member 10 times a year. All clubs put updates and news in it every month with
photos if available.
Sailing Club meetings are for 2013 the
second Tuesday in June (11th) and July (9th), 7:30 PM at our Clubhouse. A nautical video is always shown, a knot of the month
is taught, some of our main topics include sail trim, daggerboard position, staying on course, fiberglass repair, man overboard
techniques, weather, sail repair, what's inside a Sunfish, boat balance, making tel-tales, program change and adjustments.
Meetings always end with problem solving.
LPSC sponsors a Sock Burning
Party in May on Johnson's Beach which is located on the southeast side of the Lake to celebrate the sun which has crossed
the equator and has entered our northern hemisphere once again to welcome in the spring and summer.
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