Sep 27 Thu, Raystown Lake – Lunch Cruise Tour 2686

                                         Raystown Lake & Resort



RAYSTOWN LAKE…Today we will enjoy their new Garden Room at the resort while dining with an all inclusive plated luncheon. This brand new room provides us with a first class lunch (china & silverware – no paper & plastic here). Fine dining at your leisure.

You will have a choice of five entree’s:

  • Chicken Piccata
  • Yankee Pot Roast
  • Sliced Turkey Breast
  • Pork Marsala
  • Burgundy Mushroom Beef Tips

Your meal comes complete with coffee, tea or water, a salad, dinner rolls, vegetable, potato and dessert. A meal you will certainly enjoy. Please send in your meal selection when you book this tour, so I don’t have to call everyone at the last minute.

After lunch at the resort we will board the “Proud Mary” for a one hour cruise on Raystown Lake. You can enjoy climate controlled environment in the lower deck, or open air clear visibility on the top deck, for the best view of this gorgeous blue lake. The landscape around the lake will provide you with lots of photo opportunities with gorgeous scenery everywhere. As we cruise around this beautiful lake you will see lots of activity with boats, houseboats, skiers and more.

Raystown Lake is a 29,000 acre project with 12 public access areas, a 8,000 acre lake, picnic areas, beaches, boat launches, campgrounds, trails, hunting, fishing, marina concession stands and is operated and maintained by the Army Corps of Engineers.

After the cruise on the way home we will make a stop at the THE SWIGART AUTOMOBILE MUSEUM…that is is dedicated to the collection, preservation, and celebration of the American automobile. Jay Leno thought this display was worthy of a visit, so I am sure you will enjoy the displays. On display you will find over thirty cars from the early 1900’s up to and including The 1947 Tucker Prototype.  It was the first automobile produced by the Tucker Corporation in the spring of 1947 and was a prototype for the Tucker ’48 production cars. The Tin Goose was hand-built and incorporated many innovative design, technology and safety features not previously available in American production automobiles. The prototype was used for promotional purposes across America. The museum also includes, bicycles, toys, vintage clothing and accessories, and much, much more. No visit to the museum would be complete without a stop at the gift shop, located just inside the front entrance. Stocked with a myriad of automobile related gifts and collectibles, the gift shop has something for everyone. Restrooms are available inside the museum.


Executive Coach 7:30 rt 8:30

Skyline Pool 8 am rt 8 pm

Cost $105