Most of these shots were pre casino days. Actually my wife won a silent raffle for a weekend here. We loved it. Great service and wonderfully relaxing. Beautiful area and views. I imagine this would be a beautiful spot in the fall with all the woods that surrounds it. The trails around the lake were allot of fun and great exercise.
While I love all of Maryland I’m beginning to think more fondly of the Western part of the state. Of course the beach is always at the top of my list but the central part is getting too crowded. With density of housing, number of people on the roads and businesses and developers eating up every inch of free space. Plus activities like hiking and boating are becoming more appealing to me.
I find myself wanting to look at nature more than architecture.
Fishing to golf, boating and hiking, bikes and the pool, its all here.
You won’t see the entrance to the resort like this today with the Casino there. But when we stayed there it was nice and quiet.
But the views and fresh air were great.
One can only take so many hours in traffic before a retreat with a view like this is needed.
So if you’re looking for a good getaway destination, this is an excellent spot.
I just started golfing and I haven’t had the pleasure of playing the course at the resort as I walked by a good number of the holes they seemed quiet beautiful and challenging.
I was recently back here this past August and it was a wonderful weekend. A friend of ours daughter was having a wedding there. It was great, lots of the kids camped out in the park where there are lots of options. Most of us old folk, (above 40) stayed at the hotel. I’m not a big casino veteran but this one was nice and felt very comfortable. Think I’ll look at another weekend up there next year. I want to explore Cumberland more.