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The Resort at Glade Springs - Golf

Kick Off and Wind Down Golf Package

Available October 15-31, 2017, March 30 - April 12, 2018 and October 14 - 31, 2018. Includes overnight deluxe accommodations, breakfast, golf, including cart rental (up to 54 holes) on the Cobb and Stonehaven Courses. Package also includes range balls, and club cleaning and storage and unlimited tennis on the outdoor courts. A Reservations Specialist will contact you within 48 hours after your booking to reserve your tee times. Read More

Golf Package - Three Courses

Available April 13 through October 13, 2018. Includes overnight deluxe accommodations, breakfast, golf, including cart rental (up to 54 holes) on the Cobb, Stonehaven and Woodhaven Courses. The package also includes range balls, and club cleaning and storage and unlimited tennis on the outdoor courts. A Reservations Specialist will contact you within 48 hours after your booking to reserve your tee times. Read More

Late Season Golf Package

Available November 2018. Includes overnight deluxe accommodations, breakfast, golf, including cart rental (up to 54 holes) on the Cobb and Stonehaven Courses. The package also includes range balls, and club cleaning and storage and unlimited tennis on the outdoor courts. A Reservations Specialist will contact you within 48 hours after your booking to reserve your tee times. Read More

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Spa Orange Signature Package

Includes your choice of a 50 Minute Spa Orange Massage or 50 Minute Spa Orange Wrap PLUS a 50 Minute Spa Orange Signature Facial, 25 Minute Spa Orange Express Manicure and a 50 Minute Spa Orange Pedicure Read More

Spa Orange Mini Package

Includes your choice of a 50 Minute Spa Orange Massage or 50 Minute Spa Orange Wrap OR a 50 Minute Spa Orange Signature Facial PLUS a 50 Minute Spa Orange Pedicure Read More

Forever Young Package

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Ready for the Beach

Includes a Full Leg Wax, Bikini Wax, 60 Minute Spa Orange Pedicure and Shellac Manicure Read More

For the Bride To Be

Includes a 50 Minute Spa Orange Massage, 50 Minute Spa Orange Signature Facial, 50 Minute Rose Petal Wrap, Express Pedicure and Express Manicure Read More

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The Resort at Glade Springs - Family

Play All You Want Package

Available April 6 - October 27, 2018. Includes lodging, breakfast and as many activities as you can fit into your stay! Rate starts from $215 to $290 PER ROOM, for up to four persons. Read More

Pre-Pay and Save Promotion

Available May 20 - October 20, 2018. Save on regular room rate by pre-paying for the reservation. Read More

Wizarding Weekend Package

Available Labor Day Weekend on August 31 - September 1, 2018. Package starts at $106 per person, per night, based on double occupancy. All taxes and resort service fee are included. Read More

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The Resort at Glade Springs - Military Rates

Military Rate

Available June 1 - October 31, 2018. Rates start at $75.00 per person, per night. Read More

Military Rate for Veteran's Day

Discount off normal room rates for all past and present members of the US Military during the entire month of November. Rates start at $44.00 per person, per night, based on double occupancy. Read More

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The Resort at Glade Springs Hosts Arts & Wine Show

On April 27, 2014, Glade's Italian Grill at The Resort at Glade Springs will be transformed into an interactive art gallery for an afternoon. Read More

Murder Mystery Weekend at The Resort at Glade Springs

Daniels, W.Va. (February 14, 2013) – On Friday, March 1, 2013 The Dark Secrets of Glade Springs murder mystery dinner will explore a dark secret hidden among the residents of Glade Springs.  A seemingly peaceful town, but it has a murder rate that seems to get out of control every spring.    More mystery will occur on Saturday March 2, 2013 among some Very Desperate Housewives.  Something is wrong on Mysteria Lane when a sensual fitness trainer moves in and all of the husbands are getting fit but not their wives.  When the party moves to karaoke night, all bets are off and the blood and fun begin to flow.   Rooms at the resort are available for one or both evenings.  For guests wishing to book spa appointments, it is recommended to book in advance of arrival.   Advanced tickets for the mystery dinners are required.  Reservations are available to attend one or both of the events.  A themed buffet dinner will be served during the mystery presentation.  The cost of dinner per person for one night is $75 and for both events the cost per person is $120.  This amount includes tax and gratuity.  Tickets are available for persons age 16 and older.   For the Detectives in Training, the resort will offers a Kids Night Out from 6-10 pm for ages 4-12 on both Friday and Saturday night.  Children will enjoy a kid friendly murder mystery themed night which includes dinner.   The cost is $40 per child.   To make reservations please call 304-763-0876.   The Resort at Glade Springs is located on Route 19 five miles south of Beaver, West Virginia.  For more information please visit www.gladesprings.com or call 304-763-2000.   ##### About The Resort at Glade Springs: The Resort at Glade Springs is West Virginia’s finest all-season resort.  Located in the heart of West Virginia’s beautiful mountains near the always-exciting New River, bountiful opportunities for adventure, sport and relaxation await visitors.  Enjoy championship golfing on the Cobb, Stonehaven or Woodhaven Courses, luxury spa services and blissfully simple pursuits such as swimming, biking, hiking and boating in a breathtaking landscape.  Bowl a game or two, catch a movie, ride horse back on natural trails or enjoy a priceless West Virginia sunset – without ever leaving the resort. Just outside our gates a world of adventure awaits you, with world-class whitewater rafting, downhill skiing, rock climbing, caving and unforgettable fly-fishing an easy drive away. Read More

The Resort At Glade Springs Hosts Third Annual "Fright Nights"

Who:      The Resort at Glade Springs, Daniels WV What:     Fright Nights is an outdoor seasonal Halloween event featuring five exciting attractions.  “Zombie Apocalypse” is the 2012 theme.  Attractions include a zombie infested haunted trail, an encounter with Zombies to combat with laser tag and a giant haunted house with a 3D experience.  Additional attractions include a family friendly hayride through decorated neighborhoods, haunted carriage rides, and a one-time Trick or Treat event in a no-scare zone for children.  The event also includes a celebrity appearance by RJ Haddy, last year’s finalist on  Syfy’s competition/elimination tv show FaceOff.  Haddy will also stylize and prepare makeup for the talent on that evening.  Cost:       Tickets for the Zombie Apocalypse are $15 per person, and tickets for the hayride and trick or treat event are $5 per person.  $1 of every ticket sold benefits the United Way of Beckley, WV.  Where: The Resort at Glade Springs                 255 Resort Drive                 Daniels, WV 25832                 Located outside of Beckley, WV and at the intersection of I64 and I77                 *special room rates available* For directions and more information visit http://www.facebook.com/FrightNightsWV or www.gladesprings.com or call 1-855-843-0232 When:    The following dates, weather permitting,  dusk until 10:30 p.m. Friday, October 12                 Saturday, October 13                 Friday, October 19                 Saturday, October 20                 Friday, October 26                 Saturday, October 27                          Sunday, October 28 Children’s Event no-scare zone 4 – 6 p.m. Why:      To enjoy the seasonal fun at The Resort at Glade Springs and to benefit the United Way of Beckley, WV.   Read More

The Resort at Glade Springs’ “FRIGHT NIGHTS” Bigger than Ever in 2012 Six nights, Four Attractions, New Zombie Hunt Laser Tag and 3D Warehouse

Daniels, West Virginia – September 11, 2012 --  The Resort at Glade Springs invites the community to come enjoy the fun at the third annual “Fright Nights” events, benefitting the United Way.  The events will be held at the resort on October 12, 13, 19, 20, 26 and 27th from dusk until 10:30 p.m.  “Fright Nights is bigger and scarier this Halloween season featuring four haunted attractions plus a new Zombie Hunt Laser Tag feature,” said Ashley Davis, Creative Director of the resort.  “This is our third year and we will continue to have exciting new surprises for guests of all ages. It is a pleasure to be able to entertain our guests and know that a portion of the proceeds benefits the local United Way.”                  Fright Nights activities feature three amazing attractions at the “Zombie Apocalypse.”   A $15 admission ticket sends guests along a zombie infested haunted trail, an encounter with Zombies to combat with laser tag and into a giant haunted house with a 3D experience. A fourth attraction available each night is the Halloween Hayride.  Family friendly, the hayride offers an exciting opportunity to view over fifty decorated homes in an exciting outdoor environment.  The hayride costs $5 per person and will run continuously each night of Fright Nights. On October 28th from 4 – 6 pm the resort will host a Trick or Treat event in a no-scare zone.  Parents and children will be able to experience the haunted trail and all of the new features of the haunted trail without the darkness and scares.  Friendly monsters will hand out treats.  The cost per adult and child is $5 per person. On October 19 and 20 celebrity makeup artist RJ Haddy, finalist on SyFy’s competition/elimination tv show Face Off will be on hand to stylize our zombies and take pictures and sign autographs with guests entering the haunted trail from 7 – 10 p.m.        Guests are encouraged to come early and enjoy dinner at Bunkers Sports Bar or enjoy concessions at Small Talk Café near the entrance to the haunted trail Parking passes will be provided at the front gate in addition to signage and parking attendants on duty.  Tickets will be sold on site at Small Talk Café from 6:30 – 10:30 p.m. $1 of each ticket will be donated to the United Way of Southern WV, Inc.  In 2011 The Resort at Glade Springs donated $1,700 to the United Way and expects the amount to increase significantly in 2012. Due to the outdoor nature of the events, guests are advised to dress appropriately with closed toe shoes or boots, no flip flops.  In the event of severe weather, attractions will be closed for the evening.  The Resort at Glade Springs is located on Route 19 five miles south of Beaver.  Fright Nights  events are open to everyone with a purchased ticket.  For more information please call 855-843-0232. Read More

THE RESORT AT GLADE SPRINGS ANNOUNCES THE REOPENING OF HISTORIC BLACK KNIGHT COUNTRY CLUB

Beckley, WV / August 24, 2012 --     The Resort at Glade Springs today announced the reopening of historic Black Knight Country Club.   The reopening commemorates the completion of the first phase of renovations to the famed local facility after eight months of construction. The renovations include a complete restoration of the second floor ballroom and patio, the site of many memorable events and occasions since the club’s opening in 1929.  Incorporated into the ballroom design are eight crystal chandeliers from the original design, as well as the original ornate ceilings, new carpets, wall coverings, mirrored details and a state of the art high definition giant screen and video projector.  The ballroom is available to the public, corporations and organizations for private parties and events on a rental basis. Completely new is Jimmy’s Steakhouse, a 70 seat restaurant and bar.  The interior design includes hand laid stone walls, upholstered paneling, a fireplace, three windows of streaming water bubbles and photos and memorabilia depicting the life and contributions of Jim Justice.  Jimmy’s Steakhouse is open daily for lunch and dinner and is available for use by members of Glade Springs Golf and Country Club and their guests only.  “Restoring the local landmark country club was important to Jim Justice, who purchased the property in 2011.  Along with countless families over the course of Black Knight’s ninety year history, Justice grew up playing on the club’s links, swimming and dining with family and friends, and married in the ballroom,” said Elmer Coppoolse of The Resort at Glade Springs, who will operate Black Knight.  “The restoration of the club by Jim Justice means a great deal to many members of the community and it is a great gift to our region and addition to the amenities of Glade Springs Golf and Country Club.”  Opening ceremonies taking place on Friday, August 24, 2012 include a Golf Scramble on the restored nine hold golf course starting at 1 p.m. and a reception for members that evening in the ballroom with tours of Jimmy’s Steakhouse. Members of Glade Springs Golf and Country Club have access to all club amenities, including golf on the three nationally ranked 18-hole courses, the indoor leisure center with indoor pool, bowling, arcade, fitness, spa and tennis as well as access to Glade’s Italian Grill and Bar and Bunkers sports bar.  The club also features a vast array of seasonal events and activities for members. For more information on membership at Glade Springs Golf and Country Club, please contact Rebecca Blaine at 304-763-0828. Black Knight Country Club is located at 2400 South Kanawha in Beckley and The Resort at Glade Springs is located at 255 Resort Drive, Daniels, WV.   www.gladesprings.com Read More

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The Resort at Glade Springs - Glade Springs News

Justice for a trusty Knight - Jim Justice revamps a Beckley country club classic

In his lifetime, there have been a lot of highlights, a lot of projects and a lot of accomplishments for Jim Justice. But for him, few can compare to the restoration of Black Knight Country Club. Justice, owner of The Greenbrier and The Resort at Glade Springs, is bringing the same type of elegance and fine dining as those resorts — along with a revamped golf course — to Beckley. Black Knight, which opened in 1929, holds a special place in Justice’s heart. He basically grew up playing golf on the property. “Maybe of all of the things that I’ve done, this could very well be the most special,” said Justice. “Cathy and I had our wedding reception here. Jay and Jill learned to play tennis here and they learned to swim here — and I learned to swim here. “I owe so much to this institution here and to this community. There couldn’t be a better place to grow up in the world than Beckley, W.Va. It was like growing up in a Norman Rockwell painting.   “I appreciate all of the great memories here and all the folks here that helped shape my family. I played a million rounds of golf here with my dad. Honestly, from 8 to 15 feet, to win The Masters or to win the U.S. Open, if I could pick anyone in the world to putt the ball, I would pick my dad. There wasn’t anyone better from that range, in my opinion.” The reopening ceremonies on Friday commemorated the completion of the first phase of renovations to Black Knight Country Club after eight months of construction. “Sometimes things fall on hard economic times; it was sad for me,” Justice said. “We’ve taken a step, a leap and we are refurbishing the course and redoing the building. We have a plan. “It used to be ‘the place to be.’ And that’s what we want it to be again.” ----- Completely new to Black Knight Country Club is Jimmy’s Steakhouse, a 70-seat restaurant and bar. Its interior design includes a fireplace, three windows of streaming water bubbles and photos and memorabilia depicting the life and contributions of Justice. The restaurant will be open daily for lunch and dinner and is available for use only by members of Glade Springs Golf and Country Club and their guests. “It’s great that we are reopening Black Knight,” said Elmer Coppoolse of The Resort at Glade Springs, who will operate Black Knight. “It’s looking beautiful. We’ll also have another phase of renovations, which will include the first floor and the exterior. We hope it will bring back a lot of Beckley to re-join, and with it would come membership at Glade Springs, because they’re under one umbrella now. Everybody wins here. We’ve managed to create more value now. We love to have new members. “Restoring the local landmark country club was important to Jim Justice, who purchased the property in 2011. Along with countless families over the course of Black Knight’s 90 year history, Jim grew up playing on the club’s links, swimming and dining with family and friends. “The restoration of the club by Jim Justice means a great deal to many members of the community and it is a great gift to our region and addition to the amenities of Glade Springs Golf and Country Club,” Coppoolse added. Members of Glade Springs Golf and Country Club have access to all club amenities, including golf on the three nationally ranked 18-hole courses, an indoor leisure center with indoor pool, bowling, arcade, fitness, spa and tennis as well as access to Glade’s Italian Grill and Bar and Bunkers sports bar. ----- The Black Knight renovations also included a complete restoration of the second floor ballroom and patio. Although the renovations of the ballroom are undoubtedly modern, original designs were retained, including eight crystal chandeliers, as well as original ornate ceilings. The new features include a state-of-the-art high definition giant screen and video projector.   While the restaurant is open to members only, the ballroom is available to the public. Corporations and organizations may hold private parties and events on a rental basis. For more information on membership at Glade Springs Golf and Country Club, contact Rebecca Blaine at 304-763-0828. Black Knight Country Club is located at 2400 S. Kanawha St., Beckley; The Resort at Glade Springs is located at 255 Resort Drive, Daniels.   By Jim Workman Assistant Managing Editor The Register-Hearld Read More

Glade to host runs, walks, triathlon

BECKLEY — Triathletes, runners and just regular walkers are converging this weekend on The Resort at Glade Springs. The Access Health 5k Walk/Run and 10k Run get under way at 9 a.m. Saturday at the Glade clock tower. “Our minimum age is six,” Access Health Wellness Program coordinator Brittany Drake said. “We want to get whole families together to take part in physical activities.” Things really crank up at 9 a.m. Sunday, when the sixth annual Charlie Williamson Memorial Triathlon brings in competitors from all over West Virginia and surrounding states. Entrants will swim 750 meters at Chatham Lake, then ride a bike for 13 miles. The triathlon concludes with a 3.11-mile run. “We’re a committee that wants to promote fitness,” Dr. E.J. Salon said. “What better way to promote cross training than with three great sports? Triathlons are fun.” In addition to the Williamson Memorial Triathlon, the Access Health 10k run is also named for Williamson, an original member of the triathlon committee. “Charlie was tragically killed in an accident while training for the triathlon,” Salon said. “We named it after him, and we’ve continued it. We try to give a good race to our community, and we attract a lot of people from out of state.” Salon expects at least 100 triathletes Sunday, while Drake said 50 people have preregistered for Saturday’s runs and walk. “We’re pretty excited,” Drake said. “It’s our first shot at it, and we hope to get it bigger and better. “We’re in conjunction with the triathlon. We’ve been working together, because not everybody is a triathlete.” The 5k and 10k runners will take off at 9 a.m. The walkers will start shortly afterward. Winners, both male and female, of each age division will receive a trophy. The six overall male and female winners from the walk and runs will get a $100 Visa gift card. All competitors will be given a T-shirt and a prize bag. “People can still register the day of the race for $25, check or cash,” Drake said. “We would love to see more people out there.” Perennial winner Dave Williams from Durham, North Carolina, will return to defend his title in the triathlon. Last year he hada time of 1:06.40, nearly six minutes faster than second-place Andrew Cochran from Morgantown. Williams’ wife Monette, a Beckley native, is also a multiple winner. Last year she was eighth overall and first among women with a time of 1:19.34. “Twenty percent of our participants are from southern West Virginia,” Salon said. “The others are from Morgantown, Huntington, North Carolina and Virginia. “Right now 80 people have registered, but we’ll probably get 20-25 at the last minute. Last year we had 157 participants  total, when including the relay teams. “Hopefully, Beckley people will come out on race day.” Drake echoed his sentiments. “Glade a beautiful place,” she said. “We want people to come out, get some fresh air and have a good time.” By Dan Stillwell Register-Herald Sports Writer   Read More

Glade Springs expands "Fright Nights" for 2011

DANIELS — The Resort at Glade Springs is making another attempt to “scare the yell out of” Halloween thrill-seekers for a worthy cause with its second annual “Fright Nights” celebration Oct. 21 - 30. Back by popular demand, this year’s amped-up schedule of activities features a scarier-than-last “Terror on the Gorge” haunted trail, with a selection of tamer activities, like family-friendly hayrides, a “haunted” horse-drawn carriage ride, an authentic magic and illusion show and ghoulish grub. A portion of the event’s proceeds will go to support United Way of Southern West Virginia. “We are really excited about this year’s event and the trail. It’s bigger, scarier and more of a thrill,” states Glade Springs Creative Director Ashley Davis. As screams echo along the dusky trail, hayrides will traverse the wooded resort grounds, showcasing spooked-out home exteriors, the culmination of a community-wide decorating contest. Friday, Oct. 28th, designated “College Night,” caters to everyone, but offers all college students presenting school IDs  $5 off individual haunted trail passes. Also featured Friday is “The Jason Bishop Show,” a palooza of prestidigitation, set to amaze audiences for $25 per person for advanced purchase ticket-holders only. From 4 - 6 p.m. Oct. 30, the resort hosts a “no-scare” Trick or Treat down the trail, one parents and children can experience minus spooks and screams— just a few “friendly” monsters handing out treats. “We are most excited to continue our Fright Nights events and look forward to thrilling as many people as possible!” said Mary Jo Klein, spokesperson for the resort. “Fright Nights was so popular last year that we look forward to building new elements into the event every year. It is a pleasure to be able to entertain our guests and know that a portion of the proceeds benefits the local United Way.” The resort encourages guests to fuel up before activities with an early dinner at Bunkers Sports Bar or Small Talk Café, while seasonal menu items featuring lighter, themed fare will be made available near the entrance to the haunted trail. Guests should wear weather-appropriate gear and closed-toe shoes or boots for walking. Access to the haunted trail is $15 per person; Halloween hayrides and carriage rides are $5 per person, with a special “fast track” pass available for an additional $10. Tickets will be sold on site at Small Talk Café from 6:30 - 10:30 p.m. $1 of each ticket will be donated to the United Way of Southern West Virginia, Inc. For more information, please call The Resort at Glade Springs at 304-763-2000, or visit www.gladesprings.com — or “like” frightnightswv on Facebook for updates and chances to win free tickets and giveaways. By:  Lisa Shrewsberry Lifestyles Editor The Register Herald Read More

Relax and Ride

Nature lovers, horse enthusiasts, romantics or those just looking to decompress after a long week can find solace and relaxation with the Equestrian Center at The Resort at Glade Springs. “The fall foliage is beginning to appear, especially in the next few weeks. What a great time to go on a trail ride or a carriage ride,” said Mike James, director of golf and recreation. With the scent of fall in the air, it’s a great time to take advantage of the resort’s expansive 4,100 acres, he said. The Equestrian Center has a variety of riding and terrain options open to the public, from hand-led horse rides for children, trail rides and riding lessons to carriage rides. Many people took advantage of winter sleigh rides; carriage rides offer the same romantic experience under a colorful tree canopy, James explained. “Our lessons are a lot of fun for kids and adults, any age, anyone interested in learning to ride a horse,” he said. Riders of all levels can take off on the Silver Spur Trails for 30 to 90 minutes of a guided trail ride. For a two-hour ride, visitors can head down the Sunset Trail. The marked trails meander along mountain streams and hills, offering great vantage points to see the fall colors. Equestrian Manager Cindy Tabor describes the center as a “family-oriented place to come and hang out.” “It’s drama- and stress-free, and kids are always welcome,” she said.  The Equestrian Center is also allowing the pubic to board horses on a select basis. Tabor said board includes a full, 12-by-12-foot stall with matted floors, a free choice of hay in the field or in the stall, and daily turnout. Boarders can also purchase a number of upgrades, she said. Boarders can use the trail system, the round pin and a large arena, added James. For more information on boarding a horse, contact Tabor at 304-763-5200,  and to learn more about  activities offered through the Equestrian Center, call  866-562-8054 or visit www.gladesprings.com. Also, The Resort at Glade Springs looks forward to another Fright Night to benefit United Way. Haunted carriage rides are available at this event to be held Oct. 21-23 and 28-30. By:  Sarah Plummer Register-Herald Reporter Read More

Attendees may join cast in murder mystery

DANIELS — The Resort at Glade Springs is preparing a blood red-carpet evening of mystery, murder, mayhem, secrets, scandal and sensation. Imagine just leaving the Oscars and attending a formal after-party dinner only to discover there’s been a murder, and you have to solve it. Glade Springs Murder Mystery Dinner Theater will give attendees the chance to feel like stars, detectives and, for some, suspects Sept. 3. Creative Director Ashley Davis explained guests will walk the red carpet while paparazzi snap pictures. Once settled, guests will receive a fantastic four-course meal with a choice between filet mignon or chicken breast as the entree. In between courses, she said, guests must use their detective skills to figure out “who done it.” Some guests may be cast as suspects without knowing it, so those planning to attend should be prepared for anything, she said. “The evening is going to be a lot of fun. It’s a comedy with mystery, and if you buy a ticket to the event, you might just become a part of it,” Davis said. The event is for ages 16 and up, but those who purchase Murder Mystery Packages will receive a complimentary Kid’s Night Out for up to two children ages 4 to 12, she said. The package, starting at $150 per person, also includes one night’s accommodation Sept. 3, breakfast and a Murder Mystery Dinner Theater ticket. Semi-formal dress is suggested. For reservations or for more information, contact The Resort at Glade Springs at 866-853-5728. By:  Sarah Plummer Register-Herald Reporter Read More

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