My wonderful aunt had a cabin there all my years of growing up... The memories that we shared there are among my fondest as a child and young adult.... Her name was Margaret K. Sicardi, if any one remembers her... She had a sign out in front of the lane that said ''Plum Nelly''.. I also know that her neighbor and dear friend was a lady by the name of Iris Wade..... Sliding down the big slide into the lake and swimming to the dock in the center of the lake was
so exciting .... And using the rowboat thru the lily pads.... The smell of charcoal... Oh... It takes me back.... And the swimtags jangling down the lane.... Says Jeanne Kerns-Dorton
Great to see this site. My parents (Chub
and Helen Yates) owned a place at the lake from 1952-1977. I ran the old store out there all thru college. It was really ''almost heaven''. Says Nancy Yates Vincent
What a wonderful picture!! My Aunt Rosalea Cleveland and her husband John Cleveland built one of the first camps at Rock Lake- After my mother passed away my aunt would bring us to Rock Lake and oh, how we enjoyed that! Wonderful memories. For the last 7 years I have truely dreamed of living
there. I have been looking to purchase a camp there. Fortuntaly I have found one!! The very 1st camp going into Rock Lake! This will be my home and I hope to make some good memories with my children and grandchildren while I live!
Says Kay Martin
In the 1939's my grandfather built the first cabin on Rock Lake. He built a log cabin form the trees cut down to form the lake. The cabin was called Shamrock Shanty. I caught my first at Rock Lake and learned how to row a boat. The cabin has been torn down, but I will never forget the good times my family had there. Says Gordon Coughlin
A small, lake-side community in rural West Virginia.