Hudson-Delaware Chapter of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (HDC SETAC)
present the
2017 Fall Workshop
Thursday, October 5, 2017
THE BOATHOUSE at Mercer Lake, West Windsor, NJ

The Boathouse at Mercer Lake

The Boathouse at Mercer Lake is a newly renovated lakefront event space in Mercer County Park.  Overlooking lush park greenery and a picturesque lake, this event space has two rooms to hold your wedding, corporate, charity or social event in.  Lakeview Hall, the larger event space holds up to 250 guests for dinner and dancing.  The smaller Boardroom holds up to 40 guests, perfect for a corporate meeting or luncheon, bridal or baby shower or a community event. 

Operated by Crave Caterers, the off premise division of Landmark Hospitality who also own The Liberty House in Jersey City, The Stone House at Stirling Ridge in Warren, The Ryland Inn in Whitehouse Station, Hotel Du Village in New Hope, PA, The Logan Inn in New Hope, PA and Celebrate at Snug Harbor in Staten Island, NY, the company has a long standing mantra of providing exemplary service and the best locally sourced cuisine.  With thousands of weddings and events executed with perfection each year, Crave Caterers and Landmark Hospitality is excited to add The Boathouse at Mercer Lake to their list of best NJ weddings & events.


Mercer County Park

Mercer County Park encompasses over 2,500 acres covering areas of the Townships of West Windsor, Hamilton and Lawrence. The Park has year-round facilities for all ages and includes both active and passive recreational opportunities.

The land was acquired between the late 1960s and the early 1970s. It consists of 50-plus pieces of property, which included many farms. Ground was broken for the lake in June 1971.  Because of the construction of Routes I-95 and I-295, the lake basin was excavated at no cost to the county.  The county sold the gravel to the highway contractors, which in turn helped excavate the basin now known as Lake Mercer. At the peak of excavation there was one truckload of gravel leaving the area per minute from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., six days per week.



If you have any questions about the meeting. Don Nazario,