Little cabins from Sunrise Resort on a summer trip. The state, which is broke, bought the property early last year. In the little research I’ve done, the articles are from January 3, 2009. The 143-acre campground is reminiscent of the one in Dirty Dancing. I don’t know how much longer those family friendly vacation spots will be around. The concern with the estate is that the state will do little or nothing to improve the conditions of the current structures as time continues. It’s a great blast from the past, hopefully it will be around for awhile. Who knows, if the state is selling some of its buildings, it’s possible that someone could buy this, too, keeping it true to it’s original intention for the past 93 years.
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