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Old 08-05-2016, 11:48 AM   #1
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Default Steiner fish camp 1950s looking for info

Looking for info for a museum patron,

"The camp was visited by my Father and Mother with 3 boys in the early 1950's. The camp was on the north shore of Meredith Arm within rowing distance of Meredith. The Weirs could be seen South Southeast of the fish camp across the lake. The camp had at least 10 cabins with the main house of Mr. and Mrs. Steiner being the largest on the shore of the lake. They had a summer float for swimming. I think they had a single boat pier and a trainer boat takeout.

The camp was visited by my adult family between 1976 and 1980. At that time all the cabins were sold to loyal lifetime customers of the camp. I was able to locate the cabin that we stayed in at that time."

- a 2007 post by Gilly 20 says this "Used to stay with the Steiners, who owned Latch Key Lodge in the early 60's. -- anybody remember them?? The place is still there. The original lodge is still on the water in Merideth Bay -- and the cabins have been turned into condos." ----I wonder if the latch key lodge is the same as steiners fish camp from the 1950s

Any ideas?
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