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The Lake Norconian Club is a former hotel/resort in Norco, California, built in the 1920s and largely intact after over 70 years as a naval base and prison. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2000. The listing included seven contributing buildings, five contributing structures, and a contributing site. When it was first developed as the Lake Norconian Club, it opened on February 2, 1929 it was sited in a rural community, whose main businesses were poultry, rabbits, and agriculture. It has also been named the Norconian Resort Supreme and Clark's Hot Springs.

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  • The Lake Norconian Club is a former hotel/resort in Norco, California, built in the 1920s and largely intact after over 70 years as a naval base and prison. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2000. The listing included seven contributing buildings, five contributing structures, and a contributing site. When it was first developed as the Lake Norconian Club, it opened on February 2, 1929 it was sited in a rural community, whose main businesses were poultry, rabbits, and agriculture. It has also been named the Norconian Resort Supreme and Clark's Hot Springs. (en)
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  • Clubhouse: Dwight Gibbs (en)
  • Interiors: A. B. Heinsbergen (en)
  • Outbuildings: G. Stanley Wilson (en)
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  • View of Norconian Resort, Lake and Pavilion, December 2007 (en)
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  • Junction of Fifth and Western Ave., Norco, California (en)
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  • Lake Norconian Club (en)
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  • The Lake Norconian Club is a former hotel/resort in Norco, California, built in the 1920s and largely intact after over 70 years as a naval base and prison. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2000. The listing included seven contributing buildings, five contributing structures, and a contributing site. When it was first developed as the Lake Norconian Club, it opened on February 2, 1929 it was sited in a rural community, whose main businesses were poultry, rabbits, and agriculture. It has also been named the Norconian Resort Supreme and Clark's Hot Springs. (en)
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