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Four-Seasons of Outdoor Adventure at Wisp
Wisp at Deep Creek Mountain Resort is a playground of fun all year long. From skiing and snowboarding down the slopes and racing down Bear Claw Tubing Park in the winter, to playing golf on a sprawling 18-hole course with a com-bination of open holes and tree-lined fairways, or participating in high adventure at the skate park or paintball course Wisp has something for everyone.
In 2001, Wisp at Deep Creek Mountain Resort added 24 snowmaking machines and the ability to continually replenish their 12 ponds with water from Deep Creek Lake. Wisp now has the capacity to make snow 20% faster, pump-ing eight thousand gallons of water to the snowmaking guns every minute. Thats approximately 2,150 tons of snow every hour. Wisp now has four times the amount of water and 15% more snowmaking equipment, meaning they can make snow earlier, more consistently and more often. Although 2001/2002 was an unseasonably warm winter, Wisp always had 4 feet of snow on 95% of their trails, and remained open throughout the month of March.
In addition to the new snow making capabilities, Wisp at Deep Creek Mountain Resort added Bear Claw Snow Tubing Park, Americas fastest growing winter activity. Snow tubing is the perfect outdoor activity and is fun for all ages. There are no lessons needed or expensive equipment to buy or maintain. Two surface tow-ropes carry tubers to the top of six runs. Guests ride the tube to the bottom of the hill and simply attach the tow-rope ring to the tube handle to ride back up.
Spring, summer and fall are just as active as winter. In addition to the champ-ionship golf course and driving range, Wisp is adding new activities that appeal to all ages. Their Learn-to-Golf programs feature a Pee Wee Day Camp which provides children ages 4-7 an introduction to the game of golf. For the 8-18 year olds, the Junior Day Camp offers extensive training and tournament programs. And the Womens Clinics are a series of learn-to-golf classes that will cover more than just the basics.
But thats not all. Wisp at Deep Creek Mountain Resort has added a paintball course, a skate park, and ATV tours to their existing four seasons of outdoor activities. Future plans include water skiing lessons, kayaking, fly fishing and more.
The restaurants at Wisp include DCs Mountain Steak House and Bar, and Shenanigans Bar and Grill.
Wisp is surrounded by Deep Creek Mountain Resort, a master planned com-munity on approximately 3,000 acres. Home sites in the communities are designed to fit within their own natural environments. All home sites are available for sale through Realtors in Garrett County and the resorts Sales Center. Further information can be obtained by calling Nancy Geisler at 888-387-6871.
For more information on Wisp at Deep Creek Mountain Resort, call 301-387-4911, or visit their web site at www.skiwisp.com or www.golfwisp.com.