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Hillside Cabin at Minnowbrook in Blue Mountain Lake, NY


Its expanding event and meeting space is slated for completion in late 2019. When finished, the 205,000-square foot convention and meeting space will feature a total of 33 meeting rooms, three ballrooms, pre-function spaces, additional load-in and load-out capabilities, and extensive registration and client office spaces.


Known for going beyond expectations, delivering first-class service and providing top-notch ameni- ties, Kalahari Resorts and Conventions boasts a dedicated and experienced team that is ready and able to assist with all aspects of planning.


Attendees can enjoy the thrills of America’s Largest Indoor Waterpark, the cost of which is included with an overnight stay. Offering 220,000- square feet of fun to splash around in, options include navigating sharp turns and high-speed plunges of the Anaconda, challenging friends on Cheetah Race, testing bodyboarding and surfing skills on Flowrider’s five-foot wave simulator, winding down the Lazy River - and that’s just the beginning of the fun!


The Indoor Party Cabana can be booked for up to a dozen guests who want to indulge in food and beverage delivery, view a flat-screen television, relax on chaise lounges and enjoy other ameni- ties. The Indoor Waterpark Cabana includes the same amenities, but for up to eight guests.


Camelback Lodge, which is located in the Pocono Mountains, as well, in Tannersville, features all the ingredients needed for scenic, successful and memorable events. Its conference center is locat- ed on the resort’s fourth floor and features seclud- ed meeting space with rooms that showcase the


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surrounding mountain landscape. With 10,000- square feet of flexible meeting space, the resort features a Grand Ballroom that can be divided into four meeting rooms; a pre-function area for registration or cocktail parties; four breakout rooms; and a private boardroom. An on-site audio-visual team stands ready to assist, as well.


“Groups can accomplish their meeting goals while still being able to enjoy the scenery and fun that the resort offers,” said Camelback Resort’s cor- porate sales manager, Tiana Gering. “Aside from having epic views and a large list of fun activities from which to choose, our property is flexible in working with the needs and desires of the group. We can create custom menus, theme events, and create team building experiences that incorporate our indoor and outdoor activities.”


Located in the middle of Pennsylvania, State College is situated in Centre County near Nittany Mountain - or Mount Nittany, as it is often called. Penn State University sits at the base of the moun- tain and boasts award-winning hotels, meeting and conference centers, plus one of the largest adventure-based team building courses on the East Coast.


The Nittany Lion Inn has been the premier hotel in State College since it opened in 1931. It com- bines comfort and quality with Penn State tradi- tion, and, as a AAA Four Diamond hotel, offers numerous amenities and services.


Penn Stater Conference Center is the area's largest, most flexible and technologically sophisticated conference center hotel, boasting 58,000-square feet of meeting and function space.


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