PIONEER FIELDS

  • picking blueberries

    picking blueberries

To the north of the resort are open fields that were once farmed by the original pioneer, Hyram Wilder. Remnants of old stone walls and wire fences can still be found, as well as the timber foundation of the old barn. This open space provides habitat for lots of wildlife – wild turkeys, hawks, bluebirds, foxes and deer are frequently spotted here. Our Frisbee Golf Course traverses these fields, offering an alternate to a nature walk. Wild strawberries, blackberries, raspberries and blueberries all thrive in this region, and are a delight to gather. Wild sage is also abundant here. Our cross country fences for the event horses are located here, and you may have the chance to watch horses schooling on the course.

as seen on Environment Canada
Min: -13°C
Chance of flurries (30%)
Wednesday night
Max: 0°C
Chance of flurries (60%)
Thursday
Min: -2°C
Chance of flurries (60%)
Thursday night