Princeton-Blairstown Center’s New Cornwall House has its First Visitors

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Cornwall House is a Site for Corporate Team Building, Trainings, Meetings, and Retreats

[dropcap]B[/dropcap]lairstown, NJ – January 29, 2016 – Princeton University’s Hindu Life Program spent the weekend at the Princeton-Blairstown Center (PBC) to work on teamwork, communication, and leadership. They were the inaugural group staying in the newly opened Cornwall House, PBC’s recently established site for corporate team building, training, meetings, and retreats. The Hindu Life Program aims to create and foster a community where students, faculty, staff and the larger Princeton Family can come together to celebrate the beauty and vitality of the Hindu Culture.
Cornwall House is a spacious living area that can accommodate up to 16 people. With 6 bedrooms and 2 full baths, Cornwall House is the most adult-friendly building at Blairstown, and the one best equipped to handle a large number of people under one roof. The facility also includes a spacious living area with a fireplace and a full kitchen for groups that may like to bring their own food and enjoy teambuilding time preparing their own meals. The Hindu Life group took advantage of this option for one meal while enjoying the remainder of their meals in beautiful Egner Lodge. In addition, towels and linens are provided and WiFi will be installed in the near future. With these accommodations, Cornwall House is an ideal location for educators, team members, and corporations to open new lines of communication and improve interpersonal skills.

Cornwall House is located on PBC’s Blairstown Campus, a 264-acre outdoor center nestled between the Appalachian Trail and Delaware Water Gap in Hardwick Township. The house is available for lodging and can be integrated into a day or weekend long retreat. For specific pricing and available dates, contact Tom Arnold at or at (908) 362.6765 ext. 7.

About Princeton-Blairstown Center

PBC seeks to transform the lives of vulnerable young people through integrated experiential and adventure-based programming in schools and at our outdoor campus. What began in 1908 as a summer camp run by Princeton University students to give inner-city boys an opportunity to have a character-building fresh air experience has evolved into a wide variety of year-round youth development experiential educational programs serving more than 6,000 participants from the Mid-Atlantic States. For more information on PBC’s services or to donate, visit