My husband Ed and I walked arond Twitchell Lake a number of years ago. As I recall, there was no road around the lake, only a footpath. All supplies had to be brought in by boat. It was lovely! Says Alva Jones
My grandparents do remember the Bronell family. Says Anonymous
Does anyone remember the Brownell family who used to own a home on Twitchell Lake? My grandfather Sterling Brownell lived there in early 1900's. Says Linda
The camp in the
bay was once Ed Sr. and Arlin Corrigan's. Arlin spent many of summers up at the camp with her grandchildren. Ed Corrigan was the co-founder of Eggers Caryl and Corrigan a tire dealership in Utica. The camp is now owned by their son
Ed Jjr. His kid and grandkids spend their summers there.
The camp in the bay has been owned by my family for decades. Says Bob Corrigan
85 years ago my mother who lived in Brooklyn spent her vacations at Lake Twitchell,she said once she went to the adirondacks she never went back to the catskills. I got up this morning and thought of her conversations about the lake and decided to look it up, I hope it's still as beautiful as she described it so many years ago,I still have her snap shots. Says Virginia Gambardella