No matter the season, a stroll through the trees along one of our seven walking trails is the perfect way to get some fresh air. You can visit our Tunis sheep in the pasture, stop for a picnic by our pond, or hike to the top of the hill for a stunning view of the surrounding Amish Country farms. Discover living creatures hiding within the trails using the bird and butterfly guide books provided in each room and by checking out a pair of binoculars or night vision goggles from our front desk at no additional cost.
Within our walking trails, you will find the region’s only Open Air Art Museum. Experience the fusion of art and nature while strolling the trail showcasing large-scale, original works from local and regional artists of various backgrounds, mediums, and disciplines.
Walking Trail Guidelines:
- All walking trails, with the exception of our Open Air Art Museum trail, are for the exclusive use of our overnight and dining guests only.
- The Open Air Art Museum trail is open to the public and is the only trail an outside guest may use with the following rules:
- In order to come and walk the Open Air Art Museum trail, visitors must stop by the front desk to check-in.
- Because we are a serene, adult-only resort, we ask that anyone bringing children to the Open Air Art Museum trail use their best judgement and respect our paying guests by keeping age-appropriate children quiet and respectful of the property. We reserve the right to kindly ask any visitors to leave in the event of excessive noise or leaving the marked trail.