LNCF sues to stop demolition by neglect of the Lake Norconian Club
LNCF Members-Only Meeting
LNCF is hosting a members-only meeting on Tuesday, April 7th, at Sons of Liberty Aleworks at 6:00 p.m. Dinner will be provided, and beer will be available for purchase.
The LNCF Board of Directors will be providing an update on the litigation with the California Department of Corrections and other activities.
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The Lake Norconian Club Foundation is dedicated to the protection and preservation of the Norconian Hotel and its grounds.
A historic treasure located in Norco, California, the Lake Norconian Club is a magnificent resort that was developed in the 1920s and 1930s by Rex B. Clark as a playground for the rich and famous. It included a huge hotel, a beautiful ballroom, both indoor and outdoor swimming pools, a man-made lake, an airstrip, a golf course, and many fantastic amenities.
The Resort has long since closed. Since the closure, the grounds have been used by the government as both a U.S. Naval hospital and a California State Prison. The main hotel buildings are empty and slowly decaying. The Navy and the prison still occupy a portion of the grounds and use part of the facility.
The Norconian is listed on the National Register of Historical Places.
Lake Norconian Club Foundation is a 501(c)3 Non-Profit Corporation