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We encourage our guests to explore the numerous hands-on opportunities in the local area, from trout fishing, to mead-making, to trail-riding, farm tours, horseback riding, and much more. To learn more about a curated list of local excursions, click here.

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Counselor Led Programming

Safety first: all activities subject to the latest guidance related to social distancing. The only thing our counselors like more than hanging out with you, is ordering you around while they do it. When folks stay here, we give them a DIY packet at registration so they can spend their days planning their own “self-guided” adventures with our available activities & equipment. But after years of guests asking for guided activities, we’re offering counselor/instructor/guide-led classes, workshops & lessons for guests starting Spring 2020, by appointment. To learn more, click here. Options include: Instructional Archery + Tomahawk Throwing Guided Nature Hike…

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Autumn Maker’s Workshop

“Bringing people together, away from the complications of emails, cell phones and fleeting moments, almost feels like a luxury these days. Autumn Soiree was one of those special experiences, a reminder that through community, craft and cooking we can be a part of something warm and fulfilling. Simple experiences that fill our hearts and minds with inspiration and reminders that friends and family are the strength behind ourselves as individuals.” – Kelly Marie of Fleur Chicago. Photography: Check out the photo essay of the event by Tru Studio. Hosts: Kelly Marie from Fleur. Workshops hosted by: Emily Jane Monroe &…

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Sportsman Weekend

A weekend dedicated to putting some hair on your chest. Cheers to a Sportsman Weekend filled with a world champion lumberjack, masterful archery, skeet shooting, hatchet throwing, trout unzipping and an epic bonfire with a little bourbon to toast us off. Thanks to everyone who got their hands dirty to enjoy the weekend with us. See a story from our event partners Element Collective at Rabbit Hole Magazine.

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