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11194
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Building resorts in North Carolina's mountains began in the 1920s. This article contains information on a number of them, including Bear Paw, Beech Mountain, Eseeola Lodge, Fontana Village, Hound Ears, and Sugar Mountain.
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Record #:
11193
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This article contains information on The Mountains at Lake Lure and The Country Club of the Mountains, areas which have taken their place among the most popular and prestigious of the resort communities being developed in North Carolina's mountain counties.
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Record #:
11838
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Building resorts in North Carolina's mountains began in the 1920s. This article contains information on one of the more unique ones, Hound Ears Lodge & Club, which is located near Blowing Rock.
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31526
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The Green Mountain Resort is a multi-million-dollar oasis in the Blue Ridge Mountains, three miles north of Lenoir. It began in 1968 as a typical camping area and operated that way until a couple of years ago when developer Joel Dimmette decided to turn it into a luxury family camping resort. This article discusses development of the resort, amenities and attractions.
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Carolina Country (NoCar HD 9688 N8 C38x), Vol. 12 Issue 5, May 1980, p18-19, il, por