Declining Shale Activity Contributes to Closing of Atwood Lake Resort

From WKSU:
March 19th is the last day for Atwood Lodge. The company that has been running it since 2012 says the lodge and golf complex is losing too much money too quickly to keep it open.

Atwood Lake Resort was struggling four years ago when Carroll County accepted it as a donation from the Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District.

The county commissioners felt revenue from Utica shale workers needing a place to stay, and perhaps royalties from wells on the property, could put the lodge in the black until a tourist following developed through facilities upgrades and marketing.
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