A year-round rental facility overlooking Powell Pond
Address: 124 Cider Mill Road
Take the right hand turn (after Crandall Park and before the highway underpass) and follow the road past the Parks & Facilities Garage into the Crandall 2 parking lot.
The driveway for the Lodge is at the far end of the lot. Available to residents, non-residents, businesses, etc. in groups of 100 or less for special events such as weddings, showers, picnics, parties, or meetings. The building contains tables & chairs, a warming oven, microwave, and double door fridge. Built in 1991, it is located in the middle of a 300+ acre town park. Nestled on a wooded hilltop overlooking a quiet pond, its singular design blends with the rustic surroundings to create a warm and serene atmosphere. A covered deck on two sides adds to the down home feeling, while inside a large fieldstone fireplace, a cathedral ceiling, and cedar siding complete the picture. The Lodge is heated for year round use, and is available weekdays, weeknights, or weekends. Call the Recreation Department office for available dates & more information; phone: (860) 871-3610.
- Kitchen with warming oven, microwave, double door refrigerator (no freezer)
- Two sided field stone fireplace
- Cedar planking on interior walls
- Tables & chairs to accommodate groups of up to 100
- Clean bathrooms
- Sound system with CD player, iPod connection
- Horseshoe pits
- Easy access to hiking trails and fishing pond
Lodge Rental Rates
|Mon-Thurs (Minimum 3 Hours)||Weekend: Fri-Sun (Minimum 4 Hours)|
|Residents||$50.00 per hour||$50.00 per hour|
|Business / Non-Residents||$70.00 per hour||$70.00 per hour|
|Tolland Schools / Tolland Non-Profit Groups||$45.00 per hour||$45.00 per hour|
A $200.00 refundable security deposit required to reserve date.
If you plan on having alcohol there is an additional staff charge of $25.00 per hour. Only beer or wine can be consumed; no hard alcohol is allowed. Warming of food only, no cooking. No dishwashing or rinsing. Must provide Town with proof of insurance, usually homeowners with a minimum coverage of $300,000 for bodily injury and property damage.
“A New England Winter”
The Lodge, and view of Powell Pond from its deck