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Due to the Covid-19, late fees will not be imposed for 2020 dues unpaid up until July 1, 2020, but shall be imposed thereafter retroactive to January 1, 2020.


The POA will be holding a “sticker only” day on Saturday, June 27th from 9A-1:30P.  Line-up will be behind the clubhouse on the lawn with social distancing.  Masks must be worn. Bring your POA badges & guest pass to get updated for 2020. We will not be taking payments so dues must be paid in full beforehand.  We will also not be taking any pictures for badges on this day. We are however handing out 2020 boat stickers.  If you have not filled out a boat application this year, you will need to do so & bring it with you. The application can be found in our February or March newsletter on our website. Boat stickers will only be given out if we have the proper documentation (boat certificates & registrations for any type of motor).  Please bring a photocopy of any necessary documents since we will not have access to the copy machine. This day is being held to alleviate crowds indoors once the office reopens.


I write today with news I hoped would not come to this reality. We are saddened after months of planning, to cancel our 2020 summer camp program due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Please know this very difficult decision was made to ensure the safety of campers and staff. However, due to the everchanging landscape of COVID-19 precautions, this decision is a reflection of our strong commitment to White Meadow Lake.

One of the most concrete concerns is about refunds. The short answer is that all payments made for the 2020 summer will be refunded in full. Camp refunds will be automatic, no request to the office will be required. This will be an organized procedure with checks and credit card refunds.  This too is a new process for us and will take a few weeks to work through. Thank you in advance for your patience.



Beverly Nemiroff

Camp Chair

On behalf of the White Meadow Lake Board of Directors


2020 Summer Rules and Regulations Township of Rockaway Health Department

White Meadow Lake Residents:

Beach Hours for Memorial W/E: Saturday 12-7PM, Sunday - Tuesday 10AM-7PM

Under the guidance of the Rockaway Township Health Department we have prepared the beaches for social distancing and safety.

The beaches are sectioned with stakes every 12’. Choose your section.


Social Distancing is required with 6’ apart, Families and friends may gather with groups up to 15

Masks are highly suggested.

Please be observant while on the beaches, watching your children in the water, when you are in the water social distance, 6ft is still required to the best of your ability.

Don’t forget to take your mask off before entering the water.

Rescue equipment will be next to the Lifeguard stand, a first aid kit and defibrillator will be in the lifeguard room with the door unlocked. Children are not allowed in this room.

No sand and water toys are permitted.

No Lifeguards will be on duty, Swim at your own risk.

Bathrooms will be open, with one person at a time.  With line distance of 6ft.

Please remember to discard your trash.

We will have gate keepers at the entry ways, please have your 2019 badge with you. If you were one of those people able to receive a 2020 badge please bring that. If you are a new resident to White Meadow

or lost your 2019 badge please bring the letter you received from the office, with one ID with your name on it.


Beaches are open, SWIM AT YOUR OWN RISK

Effective June 13, Lifeguards will be on duty on the weekends on Beach 1 and Beach 2 depending on availability. 

These rules are in effect for the summer until we are advised by the Rockaway Township Health Department and State of NJ.

Bather Rules
Waterfront Rules

Together we are experiencing unprecedented times, and the COVID-19

situation is changing rapidly every day. 

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