Rumbling Bald Blog
Rumbling Bald Resort is excited to introduce their brand new blog, where we will be sharing stories and experiences about what makes the Resort and the Lake Lure area such as distinctive vacation destination. Through our team members and some well placed area insiders, we will pull back the curtain to give you a unique perspective on the history, people and activities that come together to create the Rumbling Bald Resort and Lake Lure experience.
This blog also represents the relationship we look to create between our team and you, our guests. We will introduce not only the Resort, but the treasures it holds - and the people who make our organization unlike any other. This is a journey we invite you to take with us. Interact with us. Allow us to get to know you as we share our tales. After all, this is as much your story as it is our own.
This time of year, the golf course is filled with sun, friendships, and competition. Most golfers only wish during this time is to be on the course as much as possible. I hope you’re all taking time to play and enjoy this game we love so much but while you’re on the course make sure you’re being a good golfer. What defines a “good golfer”, you ask?
Ask an 8-year-old what the best part of Kids Adventure Camp is and you’ll get a definite—and honest—answer. Speed tubing, lunch and swimming (in that order). Ask his fellow campers that same question? Expect to hear speed tubing, a lot. And receive similar replies: (a) high energy, high speed and/or soaking wet activity, (b) lunch, (c) variation on a.
Looking for a one-of-a-kind sports experience that combines the physical challenge of competition with a fun, family-friendly and a majestic natural setting? The Lake Lure Olympiad has all of that and more. On August 15-17, The Resort along with Chimney Rock State Par
As I sit here writing this column, I have the sun hitting me at my back as I type away at my computer and it feels great. I can hear the birds chirping outside my window as they sit on a branch of a dogwood tree. I often sneak a peek at the first tee here at Bald Mountain as I stand up to go to the front counter and greet visitors and members. I have a