Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on May 23, 1976 · Page 121
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Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, May 23, 1976
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Refrigerator in every room, f 3 playgrounds 0 Daily refreshments · Family party twice a week · Fishing pier grill · Special attention to children · Lifeguards · Over 100 special services with no extra charge, plus we are cheaper than other (rant motels which makes the OCEAN- ANA more than reasonable. HTLMITIC BEACH. H.C. 21512 for a wonderful vacation SECLUDED, RELAXING-A MOUNTAIN PARADISE MOUNT!) LIRE HOT MAR-LANE MOTEL · OCEAN FRONT--CHERRY GROVE SECT. NORTH MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. 29582 P.O. BOX 3054 PHONE 803-249-2013 PELICAN MOTEL Cherry Grove Sect. North Myrtle Beoch ·WOMS nrcAii ·Emc«m. VUAil · MICONIXTIONMO High in the Allegheny Mountains of western Virginia, Hotel Mountain Lake has action for all the family. Huge lake for swimming and fishing, stables, tennis, golf ... scenic mountain trails to explore. Ideal climate. Choice of hotel or cottage accommodations $19-$23 per person double occupancy, includes three meals daily and use of recreational facilities. Open M«y 1 to September 15 Mountain Lake. Virginia 241: 60 miles wist ol floanoke on Hoy. 461 Phorw (703) 626-7121, Pembroke, Va WltTE P.O. IOX 3X2 F« InKhuU I, DMUMiU«iil ,I.IM:O\ST MOTI I I n Di-'liqhtful C h f ' r y O r O v f 3901 M O i f j n B l v i l N O R T H M Y R T U B t S C H South Carolina 29582. Phone 803 7 4 9 - 2 4 1 2 2 U ROOM EFFICIENCIES ..AURIE SUE McLEOD SEA GULL MOTEL ON THE OCEAN FRONT Cherry Grovt Section · 1 2 Bedroom Efficiencies 0 Rooms 0 Carpeting Throughout 9 Moid Service · Color TV in All Units · Fully Air-Conditioned · Healed Pool Kiddie Pool · Golf Privileges · Private Balconies Patios For ft«i*rvatlof» Write: SUGULLMOTIL M. t ma. now«* ut. MMV North MyrtU Moeh, S.C. 29SS2 Phono 103/749-2640 ~ MWW! Richmond is right inthe heart of Virgini^sBicentennial Celebration. Anateds room inourheart for you. Richmond is smack dab in the middle. Only an hour's drive from such places as Charlottesville, Williamsburg, Busch Garde'ns. Jamestown or Yorktown and closer.than that to the Civil War Battlefields in Petersburg and the fabulous Kings Dominion amusement park in Ashland..' : ... Richmond is chock full of historic places to visit arid things to see. Whafbetter place to start your to.ur.of Virginia? Richmond Hotels offers 3 facilities for your stay in Richmond. The John Marshall, The Virginia Inn, and The. Sheraton Motor- Inn. D Plcyso make my reservations for iDalcl, Number of people in my pnrly_ D Pleast: send me information on accommodations available at Richmond Hotels Company. Mail Hi: Richmond HoIeK Company 5ih Franklin Slrccls. Richmond. Virginia Z12W NAME . _ . . ADDRESS- CITY _STATC_ MCHMOHOHOlllSCO. The Mrcinui Inn ZIP CODE_ -PHONE_ The Sh«nHnn Mrrfnr Inn H Fntiklin Slml« In Virginia, call our Toll Free Number for reservations: 1-800-552-2876 By Robert J. Dunphy (C) 1976 N. Y. Time. Service NEW YORK - Wilderness treks, those vacation forays into the great outdoors, are increasingly aimed at city slickers, and sometimes the creature comforts are enough to make strong men weep. What, for example, would the hardy pioneers of yesteryear have thought of crossing the Western Plains in a covered wagon equipped with rubber tires and foam seating? Here's a random sampling of these and other offerings: · · · . Wagons West -- L. D. Frome of Afton, Wyo., (307r886-5240) conducts covered wagon treks. The wagon trains leave weekly from Alton, and the five-day trips cost $175 for adults and $125 for youngsters 31 under 14. "The wagons are pulled by gentle teams of horses or mules," the Frome brochure says, "and they have rubber tires and foam-padded seats that convert to deluxe bunks ..." For further details, write, Wagons West, Afton, Wyo. 83110. Rocky Mountain Backpack Tours -- This outfit in Evergreen, Colo.. (303-674-0519) conducts backpacking treks -- all downhill -- along the Continental Divide, and they're designed for people who have never backpacked before. ''We drive up to the Continental Divide froni Denver," and then walk downhill. There are two trips weekly throughout the 14 weeks of the summer. Each six-day Rocky Mountain trek costs $198, food and equipment included. Write Carter at P- 0. Box 2781, Evergreen/Colo. 80439. Western Travel Merchants-Seventeen "Old West Excitement" tours are offered by this outfitter in Cody, Wyo., in conjunction with United Airlines and Frontier Airlines They range from three-day outings for $88 to 14-day excursions for $978, exclusive of air fare, and include a float trip down the Snake River and an aerial tram ride to the top of the Grand Tetons. Details available from travel agents. National Wildlife Federation This nonprofit organization, the largest conservation, group in the United States, conducts six-day outings each summer in the Smo- kies, Tetons, and Rockies for its 3 million members (and others willing to join for a $7.50 annual fee).. BUCKROEBEACH,VIRGINI HOUSEKE9IMUWTS TV. f AIRCONMnONHK FUtNISHED KITCHENS 12IBROOMS LINERS FUtWSHED BUCKFINM nsmc FOIUTIS! 301S.2iriSL Budiro* Stack Va. 23664 Phnw(S«4)SSl-}131 28m CHARLESTON. W.VA. The outings average about $250, exclusive of transportation to the point of departure. Here are three summertime nature workshops. These six-day sessions cost $174, all-inclusive and are conducted at YMCA Conference Centers in the Adirondacks (Aug. 1-7); Estes Park, Colo. (July 4-10) and North Carolina's Blue Ridge Mountains (June 26-July 7). The federation's address is 1412 16th Street N. W. Washington, D.C. (202-797-6800). The Wilderness Society -- A nonprofit conservation organization, the Wilderness Society conducts 104 outdoor expeditions each summer. The trips last from four days to two weeks and range in price from $135 to $625. transportation is by foot, raft, canoe, and horse, and many of the trips are designed for beginners. Write Jill Rowland, Trip Department, Wilderness Society, 4260 East Evans Avenue, Denver, Colo. 80222 (303-758-2266). American Forestry Assn. -- This Washington-based conservation organization conducts about 40 summertime outings lasting six to 10 days and costing $280 to $475. This year's offerings include 28 horseback treks, eight hiking trips, three canoe expeditions and. two float- hike outings. For details, send a self-addressed stamped envelope to Mary Ellen Walsh, cafe of American Forestry Assn., 131918th Street N. W., Washington, D.C. 20036 (202-467-5810). Sierra Club -- The San Francisco-based Sierra Club; with 158,000 members who pay annual dues of $20, conducts about 300 tours a year for its members. The emphasis is on leisurely exercise rather than rugged outdoor life. The average week-long pack trip costs $100. A week of rafting on the Snake, Colorado or Salmon Rivers costs $350. The organization also offers low- cost "Service outings" in which youngsters are enlisted to clean up wilderness trails and the like. The address is 530 Bush Street, San Francisco, Calif. 94108. (415-981-8634). The American River Touring Assn. -- This nonprofit organization offers $90 tworday runs on the Colorado River (including camping . gear) that depart July 5, 8, 19, 22 and Aug. 2, 5, 16 and. 19. It also conducts Voyageur,:Canoe Adventures (seven days,- $260) on Lake Superior that leave July 25 and Aug. 1, 8, and 15. Altogether, it operates about 400 trips on 23 rivers in the West for summer vacationers ol all ages. The membership fee is $10 a year and it is included in the price of the tours. ARTA's address is 1016 Jackson Street, Oakland, Calif. 94607. Hills .Trails - From Clark, N.J.; off Exit 135 on the Garden State Parkway, Hills Trails conducts about 40 wilderness outings a year, specializing in two-day "survival trips" in New Jersey that cost $30. Participants camp out and live off the land, "eating fruits, nuts, and salads with five different kinds of wild violets." Pete Streeter, who runs Hills Trails (201-574-1240), s.aySj. the..,outings. ai;e designed strictly'for beginner' i s l . 1 l i !pf,b'.r.o- chures, write,Hills ' Trails'. 95

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