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Bald Rock Lodge Re-Opens with Ribbon-Cutting June 20
June 06, 2003
sThe ribbon-cutting ceremony to officially re-open Bald Rock Lodge is set for on June 20. The public is invited to attend. On hand for the ceremony will be Conservation Commissioner M. Barnett Lawley, State Parks Division Director Mark Easterwood, mayors and city officials from surrounding areas, as well as contractors who supervised the work. Governor Bob Riley plans to attend if his schedule permits. The CCC-era group lodge has been closed for a decade because of its unsafe condition.
“Renovating this historic building in
Bald Rock Lodge has been completely renovated throughout, with a commercial kitchen for onsite meal preparation or catering. The building will sleep 30 to 35 guests and has meeting space in the dining hall for over 100. The lodge is an ideal location for family reunions, weddings, receptions, corporate retreats, and small business group meetings.
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