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Circle F Dude Ranch Camp Opens Its Doors for a New Group Experience

December 1, 2009

MIAMI, Dec. 1 /PRNewswire/ — Sick of meetings in a club house at a golf course? Or, at a windowless downtown hotel for a two-day seminar? Circle F Dude Ranch Camp thinks you probably are, and that’s why it is offering its camp facilities for horseback riding, softball, tennis, basketball, volleyball, kayaking, rock wall climbing, zip lining, paint ball, hiking and just about anything else you can think of doing on over 500 acres of rolling hills south of Orlando, Florida. Including a few meetings.

There’s no better place for group activities and just having fun with friends and associates than at Circle F. Whether you are a corporation, religious group, reunion, or just a large family, Circle F can customize an event that will please everyone in your group.

It’s no longer sufficient to provide your typical meeting space and age-worn activities. The new generation of meeting-goers wants something more to stimulate thought and challenge the body. Things they’ve never done before. Things that are innovative and creative such as team building activities.

Circle F is perfectly located for all those who wish to drive and for all who arrive by air via Orlando or Tampa airports. When you arrive, guests get comfortable right away in one of the 21 rustic cabins, each sleeping 12, for a total of 252 beds.

Meals are offered family-style in the beautiful Lasso Lodge with a capacity of 250 at a single sitting. When you’re not out on the range or swimming in the lake, the Round-Up (entertainment center) is available for meetings of up to 225 people with both audio and visual equipment.

So, when you’re planning your next group event, plan on having it at Circle F Dude Ranch Camp. Prices are based on the size of the group and the length of stay. For more information and reservations, call 1-863-676-4113 or visit us online at www.circlefduderanchcamp.com.

SOURCE Circle F Dude Ranch Camp


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