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MNC 2016
Lake Pymatuning
Yacht Club


Mark your calendars for MNC 2016, September 6 through 9, at beautiful Lake Pymatuning which is on the Ohio/Pennsylvania border.


Schedule of Events


September 6:  Measuring of boats and sails in the morning. Practice Racing from 2-4 pm.

September 7:  Skippers Meeting, followed by racing. Target 4-5 races.  Traditional Cheeseburgers in Paridise meal after racing.

September 8:  Full day racing. Target 4-5 races.  

September 9:  Half-day racing. No race to start after 1:00 pm. Target 2-3 races.  Awards ceremony and dinner 5:00 pm.


Notice of Race and Registration

Click here for the Notice of Race and registration form.


General Information


Pymatuning Yacht Club and more information http://www.pymatuningyachtclub.com/

The Ohio State campground is about 15 to 20 minutes north of PYC.  It’s a very nice campground and they also have Yurts available.  Good hot showers and easy on the bugs.  There are cabins another 5 minutes north of there too.  You can check them out at Ohio State Parks website and make reservations there as well. http://parks.ohiodnr.gov/pymatuning

Pennsylvania State campgrounds are equally as close.  http://www.dcnr.state.pa.us/stateparks/findapark/pymatuning/index.htm

Some of us have already reserved cabins at the Pymatuning State Park (PA) Jamestown modern cabin site: http://www.dcnr.state.pa.us/cs/groups/public/documents/document/dcnr_003212.pdf

Andover is about 10 minutes away from this campground and has a grocery (Sparkle market) and several restaurants although they aren't open late with the exception of McDonalds and the Chinese restaurant and the pizza place. The Chinese is really very good if you like that.  But the Andover Diner is definitely worth the stop for a breakfast or lunch for sure. Order carefully as they are known for legendary large portions. http://www.andovervillage.com/

The Jamestown area restaurants quite good and very reasonable. https://www.tripadvisor.com/Tourism-g52894-Jamestown_Pocono_Mountains_Region_Pennsylvania-Vacations.html

https://www.google.com/?gws_rd=ssl#q=jamestown+pa+restaurants

Try out AirBNB in this area and you may find a bunch of nice places including some horse farms not too far away for under a hundred a night.