Sun Outdoors Chesapeake Bay celebrated the property’s new name and management with a ribbon-cutting ceremony


Sun Outdoors Chesapeake Bay Ribbon Cup

Ocean City, a Maryland-based outdoor hospitality specialist, blue water in partnership with the Chincoteague Chamber of Commerce hold an inauguration ceremony at Sun outside the Chesapeake Bay on Wednesday, July 13, which honored the family resort destination’s renaming to Temperanceville. Formerly Tall Pines Harbor Campground, Sun Outdoors Chesapeake Bay is extremely popular for waterfront recreation with access to a private beach on the Pocomoke Sound.

Guests who attended the event were able to meet with property and Blue Water representatives, as well as members of the Chincoteague Chamber of Commerce. After the ceremony, the guests were able to tour the property and had the opportunity to participate in various activities on the beach and in the water park, two characteristic elements of the complex. Those in attendance included Blue Water CEO Todd Burbage, Sun Outdoors Chesapeake Bay General Manager Rusty Stone, Evelyn Shotwell, Executive Director, and Joanne Moore, Marketing and Events Coordinator for the Chincoteague Chamber of Commerce.

“There has been a rich history of generational camping experiences at Sun Outdoors Chesapeake Bay, and we are excited to continue that tradition with many new and exciting features as we transition into a new era,” said Rusty Stone, general manager of Sun Outdoors Chesapeake. Bay. “The Blue Water team is passionate about providing exceptional customer service to its guests while enhancing the amenities that have made the resort famous over the years, and we are thrilled to be a part of it.”

Text BoxSun Outdoors The Chesapeake Bay has become a popular destination for its many amenities, which consist of a zero-entry pool, water park, and themed activities and events, including live entertainment. The resort is minutes from Chincoteague Recreation and Assateague Island, as well as Maui Jack Water Park. Sun Outdoors Chesapeake Bay offers camping and glamping options with 264 sites, including RV sites, tent sites and new additions of safari tents and luxury cottages.

The Safari tents are equipped with two bedrooms, a mini-fridge, a microwave, an outside water connection, a living room and a terrace. The Deluxe Cottages, sleeping up to six people, offer air conditioning/heating, fitted kitchens, private bathroom with shower, two bedrooms, living/dining room and screened porch. Site amenities for the safari tents and luxury cottages include a fire pit and WiFi. They also accept pets.

Photos of the event, property and new accommodations can be found here. Those wishing to book a stay at the property can visit http://www.sunoutdoors.com/virginia/sun-outdoors-chesapeake-bay and follow the property on Facebook and instagram.

About Blue Water:

Founded in 2002, Blue Water specializes in the investment, development and management of resorts, campgrounds, hotels and RV attractions. Blue Water’s integrated approach to marketing, revenue management and operations has quickly established itself as a leader in the hospitality industry. With dozens of resort properties in East Coast states from Maine to Florida, and new additions in West Texas, Montana and Oregon, the Blue Water family is committed to creating elite assets, deliver exceptional customer experiences and improve the communities we serve. To learn more, visit BWDC.com. LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/blue-water-development-corp/ | Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BlueWaterDev/

About Sun Outdoor:

Sun Outdoors is a leader in outdoor hospitality and is committed to its mission to provide guests with exceptional and transformative outdoor experiences. With more than 150 locations in the United States and Ontario, Canada, Sun Outdoors offers customers multiple ways to stay: from RV sites to vacation rentals, from tent camping to glamping, whether they stay for a weekend, a season or more. Visithttp://www.sunoutdoors.com at learn more.

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