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03/17/2022

SPRING SEASONAL HIGHLIGHTS

As nature crawls out of hibernation and we transition from Winter into Spring, we witness the promise of new beginnings. Take a deep breath, smile and feel the connection to the Earth.

The cold damp weather is turning to warm sunshine. New grass is emerging. The sights, smells, and sounds of the outside make us want to experience the magic of all that the new season has to offer. It is a lovely reminder of how beautiful change can truly be. 

Spring seems to breathe new life into us. It cleanses our spirit and our hearts. There is the urge to make plans and start new projects. We feel a renewal of our own energies emerging. Here are some of our seasonal highlights and favorite ways to welcome Spring's arrival: 

Spring Seasonal Spa Treatments
Uplift your senses with our seasonal offering - available March 1st - May 31st, 2022. 

Spring Seasonal Body Polish
Inspired by the season, a body polish to refine skin and uplift your senses! Begin your journey with a thorough exfoliation followed by a relaxing body butter application to deeply restore hydration. These nurturing treatments and crafted aromas of fresh lavender & citrus are perfect for the Spring season.
50 minutes // $150
Add a Swedish Massage, 75 minutes // $220

Spring Seasonal Manicure and Pedicure
An aromatic treat of fresh lavender & citrus for your hands and feet! These seasonally inspired nail services begin with a refining exfoliation followed by a deeply hydrating massage to leave your hands or feet feeling renewed. Includes nail/cuticle care and polish.
Manicure 50 minutes // $65
Pedicure 50 minutes // $85

 

Blackmore Farm-to-Table Garden
Come experience the sights, sounds, and tastes of The Lodge at Woodloch’s working organic farm. Just a 5-10 minute walk from the hotel, encompassed by the blue hiking & biking trail, you’ll find attractions such as our vegetable garden, orchard, composting operation, mushroom logs, high tunnels, and our very own apiary.  

Our farmers believe in a philosophy of giving back to the environment first before ever receiving its bounty.  They say they feed everything- from the soil’s microbes and earthworms, to the bees and butterflies, all the way up to the birds, deer, and yes, humans too.

All beds are filled with crops; some for succession plantings like salad greens, some are beginning to peek like the cabbage family, while others are just getting started and will bear fruit later this season like the 3 sister’s patch (corn, bean, squash).  Cover crops reside in nearly a quarter of the garden and are not just feeding the soil inhabitants below, but many pollinators above as well.

This growing style and the ecology it has helped create is open to you to explore on your own, all day, every day.  Please use proper garden etiquette by sticking to walkways and closing gates behind you and always dress appropriately for the season.

Hatchet Throwing
Try our newest activity and showcase your skills of precision and focus. Our guides will be on hand to provide instruction and guidance. Let’s get throwing! Requires closed toed shoes, no prior experience is necessary.

Picnic Lunch
Select a picnic lunch to-go to make the most out of our beautiful private surroundings (offered seasonally).