Overlooking Lake Memphremagog very close to the Vermont (USA) – Quebec (Canada) border, the Clubhous is the headquarters and nerve center of the Northeast Kingdom Open Water Swimming Association (NEKOWSA).

Owned and managed by the irrepressible Phil White, the NEKOWSA headquarters is located in Derby, Vermont in order to promote and coordinate open water swims and endurance events in the legendary lakes of the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont, a wonderfully beautiful part of the eastern United States.

The Clubhous includes a Situation Room, a Training Table, Hospitality Suites, a Storage Center plus barbecue facilities and wonderful Habitation Quarters with views of the majestic Lake Memphremagog whose colors and temperament seem to change as the sun travels from east to west.

In 2014, NEKOWSA offers the 6th Annual Son of a Swim (2, 4, 6-mile swims in Lake Memphremagog on June 14th), the 6th Annual Kingdom Swim (100 yard, ¼, 1, 3, 6, 10-mile swims on July 12th), the 4th Annual Seymour Swim (1.75, 3.5-mile swim on August 2nd), the Swim the Kingdom Week on August 9th – 17th that includes the 4-mile Crystal Swim on August 9th, 4-mile Island Pond Swim on August 10th, 6.2-mile Green River Reservoir on August 11th, 6.2-mile Lake Seymour on August 12th, 9-mile Lake Massawippi on August 13th, 6.2-mile Lake Memphremagog on August 14th, the 5th Annual 5-mile Willoughby Swim on August 16th, the 1.5- and 3-mile Caspian Swim on August 17th, the 25-mile In Search of Memphre IV on September 6th, and the 15-mile Georgeville or Bust on October 4th.

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