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.

September 13, 2022

Brook Pointe Fountain

Starting to add gravel around the fountain today. Over the enxt several weeks we will be getting many loads of dirt delivered to raise up the fountain area. We will be adding 6 inch curbs to prevent people from driving up on the fountain area. If you noticed we removed the large rocks in preparation of this next step.
September 13, 2022

Brook Pointe Alcohol Survey

As many of you know we received our permit to serve Beer, Wine and Liquor this last June. We want to roll this out right and are working on it in stages. This product is a new venture for us and almost like an entire business by itself. That said we are starting slow. The first part of this product launch will be as an upgrade to our Couples Romance Package. We plan to launch the upgrades prior to end of year 2022. Please take a few minutes and help us decide what to offer.
September 13, 2022

This week in our area…

September 12th – September 18th 2022 September 14th – Wednesday 2pm – 3pm Big Fish (2022) 1600 West Market Street, Nappanee, IN 46550 September 15th – Thursday 8:30am – 1:30pm Chamber Golf Classic 5721 E, Line Road, Syracuse, IN 46567 10am – 6pm 2022 Six Horse Hitch Classic Series World Finals Michiana Event Center (MEC), 455 E Farver St, Shipshewana, IN 46565 2pm – 3pm Big Fish (2022) 1600 West Market Street, Nappanee, IN 46550 September 16th – Friday 12pm – 6pm 2022 Six Horse Hitch Classic Series World Finals Michiana Event Center (MEC), 455 E […]
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