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July 6, 2004
The Palmetto building is the newest renovated portion of Springmaid and offers only ocean view room with balconies. Cypress offers only standard rooms, has balconies, and no elevators. Live Oak offers standard and two bedroom rooms with balconies. The pools open at 9am and close at 10pm with the exception of the Cypress Inn whose pool closes at eight.
Prices are seasonal and are cheapest in the winter. Standard rooms at Cypress that can accommodate four run from a winter low of $40 to a high of $132 per night in season. In the other two buildings which are higher priced, four room accommodations run from a winter low of $50 to $96. Those same rooms in season from 4 June through 21 August cost from $105 to $178. Two and three bedroom accommodations which can house 6 to 10 persons range from $85 to $192 in the winter to $220 to $294 during the season. Often up to three families band together to share expenses in the larger rooms in the summer, and by sharing expenses, they can afford the best the resort has to offer.
Springmaid is a nice family oriented place to stay, and the restaurant offers moderately priced meals with free meals for tots three and below.
The fishing pier opens from six in the morning and closes at midnight. The pier offers complimentary access to strollers and appears to be about a quarter of a mile long. There is an excellent tackle shop at the beginning of the pier, and snacks and refreshments are available for purchase.
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