Memphis, Tenn.-based RVC Outdoor Destinations, provider of high-quality outdoor resort properties in the United States, announced in a press release that it reflagged Lake Raystown Resort as an RVC Outdoor Destination.
The Entriken, Pa., property was developed by Jules Patt in 1984 and is currently markingits 30th anniversary. The resort’s new website has been completed to provide guests with a superior online experience as they research the resort’s features and lodging options.
Josh Patt and Samantha Patt Kozak purchased their father’s interest in Lake Raystown Resort in 2013 and continue to operate the 400-plus-acre property that includes a 52-room lodge, 79 cabins and villas, 221 RV sites, a 650-slip marina, the Wild River Water Park and a 22,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art conference center.
Various improvements and upgrades, including new signage, are under way and will be completed when the property opens for the 2014 Season on Friday, April 11.
Josh Patt said, “We have long believed there was a need for change in outdoor hospitality and found that RVC was leading the charge in redefining camping. Lake Raystown Resort fits RVC’s Outdoor Destination model, and we are pleased to be a part of the RVC family.” He added, “Samantha and I and the Resort’s staff are excited to kick off the 2014 season. We have so many reasons to be excited; it’s our first year as an RVC Outdoor Destination, it is Lake Raystown Resort’s 30th anniversary, and it is the 40th anniversary of the dedication of the Raystown dam.”
Kozak added, “This year is going to be full of activities and celebrations. We encourage everyone to visit our beautiful new website and stay tuned for upcoming events and the latest resort news.”
In addition to Lake Raystown Resort, RVC currently operates outdoor destinations and RV Resorts in Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, Tennessee and Texas.
For more information, visit www.rvcoutdoors.com.