There is always something going on at American Resort Management’s managed properties. A proactive mantra ensures every venue performs to its highest potential, and community involvement helps us connect with the guests, local businesses, and clients that drive us to be our very best.
In a recurring feature, we want to share some of the fun going on at our properties around the country!
Epic Waters Indoor Waterpark (Grand Prairie, TX)
Epic Waters just celebrated its first full-month open to the public! The indoor waterpark continues to wow guests with its eleven thrilling slides, Flowrider surf machine, 4,000 square foot arcade and more. And the fun is only beginning, as the Grand Prairie project continues to make waves all around the industry.Look for features in this past January’s World Waterpark Magazine, February’s Amusement Today, and an upcoming issue of IAAPA’s FunWorld Magazine!
Grizzly Jack’s Grand Bear Resort (Utica, IL)
Grizzly Jack’s Grand Bear Resort welcomed First Responders to a special reception Wednesday to thank them for their efforts battling a fire in the Resort’s indoor waterpark. Because of their fast and effective actions, all other areas of the Resort were undamaged, and the Resort was able to remain open.
Newport Beach Club (Portsmouth, RI)
Newport Beach Club will be appearing in the Newport Bridal Show on Saturday, February 17. The expo this year is being held at two locations, and you will be able to find us at Newport’s revered Rosecliff Mansion at booth 17. Just remember #17 on the 17th!
Parrot Island Waterpark (Fort Smith, AR)
Parrot Island may be in its off-season, but that doesn’t stop any of us from making sure we make an impact in the community. Parrot Island’s Petey the Parrot will be in attendance for Fort Smith’s 2018 Home Show and Kids’ Lego Contest this Sunday, February 18!
Preston House (Riverhead, NY)
Opening soon, Preston House will welcome guests and residents of Long Island to enjoy a brand-new Restaurant and Hotel that will complement Riverhead’s booming downtown area. The restaurant and boutique hotel will offer guests a one-of-a-kind experience, and will benefit travelers and residents of Long Island alike.