Tappan Lakeside Resort will open to the public on November 1

SCIO – After more than a year of construction, the Hotel on the edge of Lake Tappan is ready to open to the public.

The family-friendly resort, located at the intersection of U.S. Route 250 and Mill Hill Road across from the Tappan Lake boat launch in Harrison County, will have an open house from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday to showcase installation to the public.

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“We want to share it with everyone,” said Lawton Brock, owner of Construction and restoration of Brandywine in Dover, who developed the station with his wife, Kodi. “We’ll let people go and see what we’ve done. Let us know what you think.”

There will be walking tours of the nine-acre resort, as well as free refreshments and hot dogs at the Tappan Lakeside Store, which the Brocks also own and operate.

The Tappan Lakeside Resort is gearing up for its grand opening Saturday in Harrison County.

When will Tappan Lake Resort be open for reservations?

Tappan Lakeside Resort will begin taking reservations around Nov. 1, shortly after the completion of rehabilitation work on Route 250, which has been closed from Dennison to State Route 151 since July.

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The facility has 16 cabins, a maintenance building, where people can check in, and a recreation center with aft showers, an arcade and a room for family gatherings.

Cabins are available in three sizes.

There are six cabins for two people. They have heat, air, fridge and coffee maker, but no running water. People who stay there can go to the leisure center to use the bathroom and take a shower. Brock said these cabins are “for the person who just wants to almost camp, but wants a bit more luxurious camping.”

Select cabins at Tappan Lakeside Resort include full kitchens.

There are six cabins that can accommodate four to six people and four cabins that are mini-lodges. All these cabins have kitchens and bathrooms. The mini-lodges are equipped with hot tubs on a terrace overlooking Lake Tappan and private fire pits. Some cabins are pet friendly.

Prices range from $149 to $399 per night, depending on cabin size, day of the week, and time of year.

The cabins are all named after national parks.

Brock said there has been a lot of interest in the station. People traveling along Route 250 stopped and asked what they were building. As a result, he met people from all over Ohio and out of state.

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