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project support

The proposed Terrace Mountain Lodgen has significant support from local organizations, businesses, elected officials, and individuals. Please review the documents of support listed below.​

 

 

 

Additional Resources and Reports of Interest
  1. Economic Impact Report on Terrace Mountain Lodge and Hawn's Bridge Recreation Area by Southern Alleghenies Planning & Development Commission, July 2017

  2. Hiking Trails -- There are several plans for new trails in Central PA which are outlined in the Pike 2 Bike Trail Report. 

  3. U.S. Army Corp of Engineers, Raystown Lake Fact Sheet, 2015

  4. U.S. Army Corp of Engineers, Summary, 1994 Raystown Lake Master Plan - Included in this document is the following quote: "The Baltimore District has identified seven new recreational sites to be constructed and several upgrades to existing recreational areas over the next 10 to 20 years, as funding is available."  The document outlines 7 areas for development on Raystown Lake. 

  5. 1994 Raystown Lake Master Plan - conceptual designs for new areas. Note that this plan included three potential areas for boat docks. 

  6. S.612 Water Infrastructure Improvements for the Nation Act  -- This December 2016 act allows for the updating of the Raystown Lake Master Plan. Quote from Act S.612, Sect 1309 : “(the plan will be updated)….to ensure that alternatives for additional recreation access and development at the project are fully assessed, evaluated, and incorporated as a part of the update

 

 

" My husband and I have owned a resort home near Raystown Lake and a boat at 7 Points Marina for eight years. We are 100% in support of this project and look forward to a new restaurant and more planned activities in our area. Huntingdon County needs this project!"

 

Beth and Tom I.,

Chester Springs, Pa.

 

 

"We are excited about all the great events and amenities the Terrace Mountain Lodge will bring to our area. We see so much potential for tourism here. We were vacation homeowners for three years from Philadelphia and then moved to Huntingdon County permanently about 11 years ago. We love it here and know that a resort property like this will help the economy grow." 

 

Janet and Jim C, Hesston, Pa. 

 

 

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