Inu at Corliss Camp, 2022
Inu at Corliss Camp, 2022

This framed cabin was built in 1989 by the Laraway Section and named for Robert Corliss of St. Albans. It has sleeping space for 14. Water is found at a small brook about 350 ft. from the camp at the end of a spur trail to the left off the Davis Neighborhood trail. It has been in use from 1989 to present. [GB 24th Edition 1996] On December 30, 1989, a cold clear morning, approximately 20 gathered to hike to their newly constructed camp for the dedication ceremony. This Camp has replaced Parker Camp. Don Hill and Peter Hayden presented Bob Corliss with the new camp sign for whom the camp was named. Bob proudly hung the sign over the door. This shelter was made possible by the contributions and volunteer labor of many people. Thanks go to Woodbury’s, Rice Lumber Co., Flanders Building Supply, Peter Salinger. and students from the Lamoille Vocational School; and Arjay West and Scout Troop 94 for their efforts. [LT news, Feb. 1990]

Corliss Camp interior, 2023
Corliss Camp interior, 2023