Let’s Celebrate Memorial Day Weekend!

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May 2018 (Basye, Va) – Saturday, May 26 marks the official start of the summer season at Bryce Resort. With the opening of Lake Laura, Summer Tubing, and more, visitors have something to look forward to for everyone in the family.
Lake Laura is the perfect hidden gem to explore this summer. The lake has many activities to check out including a beach area with lounge chairs, kids’ swim area, and walking trail. Boat rentals are available with choices of paddle boats, paddle boards, kayaks, canoes, and tubes.
“We’re excited to begin the official start of summer here at Bryce. We offer something for the whole family to enjoy and we encourage you to come relax and enjoy a slice of the ‘Bryce Life’ with us,” said Ryan Locher, General Manager at Bryce.
The lake is open to the public and does not require guests to be resort members to visit. Hours of operation are 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. weekdays, and 11:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. weekends until September 3. Children three and under are free and guests four years and older are $8.00. Season Passes for also available for purchase.
Other summer activities opening for the season include Summer Tubing, Euro Bungee, Rock Climbing, and Castle Bounce. For those looking for a little more adventure, guests can check out Bryce Bike Park featuring beginner to expert trails, and Zipline Adventure – a 90-minute tour with 11 different zip lines.
For more information on activity hours and pricing, please visit http://bryceresort.com.
Located in the foothills of the Allegheny Mountains, two hours west of Metropolitan Washington, D.C., Bryce is a member-owned, four season sports and recreation resort dedicated to serving its members, guests, and visitors. Known for being family-friendly, the resort features the Horst Locher Snowsports School and a mountain bike park with beginner, intermediate and expert trails and lift access. In addition, the expansive property boasts a PGA rated 18-hole, par 71 golf course in an Alpine setting, and Lake Laura, a 45-acre spring-fed lake with beaches, a picnic area, snack bar, and opportunities to canoe, paddleboat, and paddleboard. Bryce also offers several dining options ranging from casual meals to fine dining.

Last modified: May 22, 2018

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