Mountaintop Lodge at Lake Naomi Hosts WinterFest January 27-29

Families can create a two-person cardboard bobsled for the annual race at the Mountaintop Lodge at Lake Naomi’s WinterFest from January 27-29. Additional family activities include gingerbread house-making, horse-drawn wagon rides, toasting s’mores, a snowman-building contest, a chili cook-off, and more. 

The family-friendly bed and breakfast is part of the Lake Naomi Club, the only Five Star Platinum Club Community in the Northeast. By staying at the Lodge, guests receive a temporary membership to all of the Club’s offerings, which includes an ice skating rink, bobsledding/tubing hill, a 59,000-square-foot Community Center with indoor pool, tennis, rock-climbing, and basketball, and fitness center, a fire pit, and numerous supervised kids’ activities. This year the Lake Naomi Club will also be offering Jack Frost/Big Boulder specials for lift tickets, ski/snowboard lessons, snow tubing, and – for the adults – an après ski happy hour. 
 
The Wintry Family Escape includes:

  • Two nights’ accommodation (in a two-bedroom suite, king or queen suite, or Jacuzzi cabin; each sleeps at least four guests)
  • Breakfast each morning
  • Use of ice skating rink, bobsledding/tubing hill, Community Center, and other activities
  • A $100 voucher toward dining or entertainment

Package starts at $614 for a family of four for two nights. Getaway is subject to availability and runs the month of January 2017. Select activities are weather-permitting; WinterFest only takes place from January 27-29, 2017.

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