Donated by Jack and Lillian Rosenberg, this faciltiy was built in 1962. Originally purposed as a Jewish Chapel, the building fell into disrepair after being unused for 25-30 years.
In 2007, the Sand Pond Society (SPS) surveyed the structure and found severe water damage to the interior floor due to a puncture in the roof from a tree limb. The building had been without electricity since the 1980s and never had a heat source. SPS quickly raised $5000 for materials and donated approx 700 man hours of volunteer service to repair the building.
Repairs included 1) construction of a new road to the cabin, 2) a new roof, 3) improved floor plan, 4) new electricity, 5) new wood stove, 6) repairs to all windows, 7) new hardwood floor, 8) new table and seating.
Rescued from the brink of disaster, it is now seen as one of the best looking cabins in camp. Rosenberg Lodge opened as a rentable weekend cabin in late 2009.