Accommodations at the Blairstown campus are comfortable and close to nature. We can house up to 120 people. We have 10 beautiful log cabins that are each outfitted with 6 bunkbeds and can sleep 12 people. Wood stoves in the cabins make winter stays cozy. The cabins each have a front porch and a view of Bass Lake. Two washhouses serve the site with clean, modern facilities.
Meals at Princeton-Blairstown Center
At PBC, we believe that good food is crucial to learning. We strive to offer healthy food options that meet a wide range of dietary needs, serving meat and vegetarian choices at every meal. You will find fresh fruit available at every meal and a salad bar at lunch and dinner.
We will also provide good food if you are away from Egner Lodge or are on an overnight expedition. We can prepare “brown bag” meals for travel as needed. Please note that our menus vary depending on the size of your group.
Sample menu items for a typical day at PBC:
Scrambled eggs, french toast or pancakes, with bacon or veggie sausage, cereal, oatmeal, granola, yogurt and fruit, juice, milk,, hot chocolate, coffee and tea.
Taco Bar, with all. the fixings, along with Spanish Rice and Fiesta Corn, Macaroni and cheese with tomato soup or chicken or bean burritos, or pizza, side vegetable or potato vegetarian option, full salad bar, juice and water, coffee and tea.
BBQ “Lip Smacking Good” wings served with homestyle Macaroni and Cheese and Steamed Green Beans, Chicken or eggplant parmesan, spaghetti and meatballs, or roast turkey with vegetarian option, side vegetable and potato dish, full salad bar, juice and water, coffee and tea.
Desserts with dinner include cupcakes, brownies or cookies.
Special diets, including lactose intolerance and food allergies, can be accommodated upon advance request.
For information on other menu items, please contact us at (908) 362-6765.
All participants share in restoration, a process that includes setting tables, cleanup and composting. Please share this information with your chaperones before your visit.