The Brook Pointe Resort Blog

Welcome to the Brook Pointe Resort – Excitement & Relaxation Blog, where guests and visitors alike can delve into thrilling adventures and serene moments that our resort uniquely offers. Stay updated with our latest posts and discover the perfect blend of exhilaration and tranquility that awaits every visitor.

April 1, 2024

Today in Syracuse, Indiana – Monday, April 1st 2024

Monday, April 1st 2024 Mahjong When: Mon, April 1, 1pm – 2pm Where: Syracuse Public Library, 115 E Main St, Syracuse, IN 46567
April 1, 2024

This week in our area…

April 1st – April 7th 2024 Wednesday – April 3rd 1:30pm – 3:30pm CERAMICS & POPCORN Pete Thorn Center, Lucerne Park, 800 N Park Ave, Warsaw, IN 46580 Thursday – April 4th 9:30am – 10:30am Indiana Spring Classic Show 455 E Farver St, Shipshewana, IN 46565 2pm – 3pm Charlie & The Chocolate Factory 1600 West Market Street, Nappanee, Indiana 46550 Friday – April 5th 1pm – 8pm Plain & Simple 4th Annual Craft Show 345 S Van Buren St, Shipshewana, IN 46565 4pm – 5pm Chess Club 207 North Higbee Street, Milford, Indiana 46542 […]
April 1, 2024

Ignite Passion and Create Memories at Your Ideal Couples Retreat in Syracuse, Indiana

Step into a world where romance is nurtured and cherished at, your premier destination for a couples retreat in the enchanting town of Syracuse, Indiana. Here, we specialize in crafting experiences that are as unique and special as your relationship. Crafting Your Perfect Romantic Journey We understand that every couple is different, which is why our retreat offers a variety of activities and experiences tailored to suit your individual preferences. Whether you’re seeking tranquility in nature, engaging local adventures, or intimate moments of relaxation, our retreat is designed to create the perfect backdrop for your love story. Exclusive Deals […]
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