Red Rock was once the site of hikes and roasts, now private and overgrown.
Y. M. C. A. Roast.
Forty young people attended the corn and marshmallow roast last night at Red Rock, given by the members of Camp Onosqua of the Young Men’s Christian Association. The party was conveyed to its destination in automobiles. The corn was roasted by Secretary Mandigo. An informal program of music was carried out. C. H. Webb and Hans Frederiksen were in charge of the committee.
Troy Times. September 24, 1915:
GROUP OTEWOKWAH, CAMP FIRE GIRLS, CONCLUDES SEASON
Group Otewokwah, Camp Fire Girls met last night at their rooms, 777 Sixth Avenue, where a baseball game was played. A nature hike was held to Red Rock the girls gatherine specimens of wild flowers on the way to be pressed. On return to the home a surprise hamburg and hot dog supper was served. Plans were made for particupation in the Camp Fire Girl field day Saturday at Camp Wanaka.
Those present were Kay Canavally, Lois McLean, Betty Jensen, Ann Rasmussen, Alice Davis, Marilyn Miter, Ursula Hughes and Patricia Peetz.
Times Record. June 12, 1941: 7 col 3.