Issue: October 22, 2020
One could argue that fall at Wildwood is the BEST season at Wildwood. At dawn the sunrise is filtered by a heavy fog creating an intoxicating stillness, interrupted only by the occasional splash of fish leaping out of the water for breakfast. Falling leaves and autumn blaze colors reflect off the lake, igniting your senses, giving you a vivid canvas to escape to a quiet place, or celebrate with those you love or appreciate. What are you waiting for?!
On October 31, a dark fog will roll into Wildwood’s Lakeside Restaurant for the Halloween Hootenanny, and we want YOU there! With both indoor and outdoor seating as well as other social distancing measures in place, this party is the perfect opportunity to spend a safe night out. Music and ‘Scary-oke’ is provided by Guy and Jean Hardin. We’ll be serving frighteningly delicious drink specials all night. And we’ll have a prize for the best costume in the crowd. Beginning at 8:00p-10:30p. 21+. Let your witchy side come out and bring your costumed friends to the Halloween Hootenanny at Wildwood! We encourage everyone to wear a mask and get creative by incorporating it into your spooky costume.
‘Off-season rates, peak-season memories.’
Fall is best spent with people we care about — gathered around a roaring fire pit, watching the embers of the flames compete with the symphonies of stars that fill the sky. Book your Holiday Party now! Our experienced hospitality team will pull out all the stops to make sure your family or corporate gathering is inspiring. Contact Sydney Dodson, 931-653-4360 or Sydney@WildwoodResortTN.com.
Our next newsletter will come from our Lakeside Restaurant, where we share with you some of the incredible new fall menu items that Chef Babb has been creating. He has come up with some real stunners like enormous, delectable crab cakes packed full of real lump white crabmeat. But that’s not all…
Come to Wildwood this fall and take advantage of our lower off-season rates and make peak-season memories.
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