The Traveler's Journal  
Press Releases - The Traveler's Journal

Informative Press Releases for Travel

Press Release information you can use!


The following information is provided by the travel supplier or its public relations representative. The Traveler's Journal can accept no responsibility for the accuracy or validity of any material in this section.




Basin Harbor Resort Offers A Package Designed with Family In Mind


Vergennes, Vt. (April 30, 2009) – Bingo, family movies, teddy bears and great food are all part of the “Family Fun” package being offered by Basin Harbor on the shores of Lake Champlain.  This two night package runs from June 12 – 14 and offers a little something for everyone in the family.


Package details: A weekend of family fun and fitness, includes accommodations for 2 adults and 2 kids under 12. Enjoy breakfast each day, and dinner Saturday night with our famous Harbor Fair Carnival. Amenities include bingo Saturday night ($1 per card), kid friendly movie, day camp, narrated lake cruise, 5K run for both parents AND kid's fun run. A special end to this weekend is Sunday lunch and the Teddy Bear Picnic. This fundraiser for the Vermont Children’s Hospital is a wonderful finale to your family fun and includes face painting, jumpy castles, lawn games, bear decorating and a fantastical lunch buffet. Kids get two bears, one to donate to the hospital and one to cherish themselves. Rates for this package start at $418 for a guest room and go to $520 for a one bedroom cottage. Tax and service not included. Pre registration for the race is required.


“Many of our programs and packages are designed to make family vacations as easy and enjoyable as possible,” said Pennie Beach, owner of Basin Harbor Club.  “This package has a little something for everyone and promises to make the whole family smile.”


Basin Harbor Club was established in 1886 by Ardelia Beach and has remained family owned for 120 years.  Today, guests are greeted by fourth generation hosts, Pennie Beach and Robert H. Beach, Jr.  Originally a 225-acre working farm catering to summer boarders, the resort has expanded to cover 700 acres of Vermont‘s most pristine land along the shores of Lake Champlain, encompassing the main lodge, cottages, a private golf course, spectacular gardens, a 3,200 foot grass airstrip, and the Lake Champlain Maritime Museum—an organization dedicated to preserving and sharing the history of Lake Champlain. For more information, please visit or call 1-800-622-4000.



[Back to Press Releases Main]