I only used the dressing room area once and that is when I swam in League Lake for I felt more dirty than when I had went in to that lake. That is why I preferred the camp pool which was great refreshing water.

I usually camp to the camp swim area dressed for the occasion as did my group from Tent City.  My fellow counselors out there did much the same thing.  Our kids got into their swimming suits at the tents as I suspect even the cabin kids did.  So I’m not sure what impact that dressing room area had at all back in 1970. 

I’m sure that it was built to initially support the pool.  Maybe other former counselors and kids might shed some light on this building?  Leave us a comment and let us know.