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• Contact Lodge - Reservations.
• Reservation Rules/Guidelines.
    • February Reservations - 2017-12-13 16:44:21 -

      We are now taking reservations for all weekends through the end of February.  Availability for specific weekends and any mid week nights that the lodge is open are posted on the calendar above.


      We will begin taking reservations for March on February 1st.

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    • January Reservations - 2017-12-13 16:43:33 -

      We are currently taking reservations for all weekend through the end of January. Space is available most weekends. If a weekend is full, we are happy to put your name on the waitlist.

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    • 2017-2018 Reservations - 2017-10-18 14:24:21 -

      Just a reminder - we are now taking reservations for all open dates through New Year's Day.

      Specific dates the lodge is open and current availability is listed in the calendar above.

      We will begin taking January reservation on 12/1/17.

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Kindly shared by Maryanna Mecca via Theresa Ross :

2016 Craigmeur special olympics participants

I always wanted to volunteer at the Special Olympics at Mountain Creek. My Aunt Ilona had done it for years. So did two of Craigmeur Ski Club’s finest: Roy and Eric. This year Theresa and I signed up. It was everything I had expected, and one mystifyingly fantastic thing more. We all share the love of skiing. And some of these athletes are good, really good. I actually considered recruiting a few for the Craigmeur race team. My big WOW was surprisingly not about the the athletes or the volunteers. It was about the behind the scenes instructors who took the time to teach, work with, and train the athletes to move through the gates with so much confidence and grace. Take it from me, skiing is a lifelong learning sport. It does not come overnight. So OK, kudos to the athletes and the volunteers. But double, triple, quadruple kudos to all those very wonderful people wherever you are who took the time to share your love of skiing and your racing knowledge with these Special Olympic athletes. Thanks so much for teaching them something that is so much fun, and in essence, for bringing us all closer together. And finally, thanks so much for giving me the opportunity to share that universal chairlift experience with people I would not have ordinarily met: Chit Chat… “What’s your name, where are you from…and hey isn’t it a beautiful day today.”

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