Camp & People
Directory information is presented in two formats: a camp
directory and a people directory. The people directory includes
email addresses if they have been provided specifically for this
* People with an asterisk by their name in the directory are
lifetime members of the Lake Groton Association.
If people would prefer that any information about them not
appear in these directories, they should contact John LaRosa or
send an email by clicking here.
To correct information in these directories or the mailing list,
please send an email by
Each camp on the lake actually has two addresses: a lake
camp number and a
911 address which is the street address.
Prior to the labeling of town roads for 911 purposes, in the
1970s, the camps were assigned numbers for identification
purposes for fire safety. These numbers are placed facing the
lake and still exist in many cases. These numbers are helpful
today in locating camps on the lake. The numbers start at the
end of the lake toward the dam on the east side with the Lone
Pine Camp as Camp Number 1.
Each camp has a 911 street address. These numbers are very
important to emergency vehicles responding to calls for
assistance. The numbers should be posted so they are highly
visible from the road and can either be placed on the camp or on
a post at the end of a driveway if the camp is not visible from
the road. The numbers should be reflective and a minimum of 3
inches high and 2 1/2 inches wide. This is important to the
ability of emergency response units to respond rapidly. The 911
addresses were changed in 2004 to enable emergency vehicles to
more easily find locations. These addresses are reflected in
the directories discussed below.