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Arowhon Pines is fully booked for the rest of the 2021 season; we are taking bookings for 2022 at this time.
Autumn Guests with Reservations:
Algonquin Park is busy in the fall, especially during the weekends. If you arrive at either the West or East Gate and Algonquin Park has reached capacity, visitors will not be permitted to enter. This absolutely does not affect registered guests of Arowhon Pines. Drive through and do not stop to pay for a permit; we will provide you one upon arrival. Weekend guests should know that Park trails are busy, your favourites might be closed and parking lots full; traffic on Highway 60 is slow and (gasp) you might not make it back for lunch! Enjoy our trails instead that start from our property. If you do venture out, make sure that you bring your park permit and display it on your dashboard. Stay safe.
Posted by Theresa on September 2, 2013
Something happened today between lunch and dinner.
The noise level dropped , as did our occupancy. Trippers packed their gear and headed home. Golden rod and asters are in bloom. Some maple trees have already fully changed colour. There are fewer hummingbirds on the verandah. The baby loons are teenagers now and think they know everything about life.
Peace and quiet has returned to the trails and lakes.
If this is YOUR time of the season, grab your sweater and see you around the fireplace.
Posted by admin on July 21, 2013
We have recently registered the grounds at Arowhon Pines as a monarch butterfly waystation, with www.monarchwatch.com.
We will be launching the start of butterfly tagging season on Monday, August 5th, 2013, at our annual 100 Mile Challenge Barbecue. Our goal in the next few months is to to tag as many butterflies as we can - and if/when "our" butterflies arrive in Mexico, we will be sent an email confirmation!
The new garden is up by the tennis courts and has both attractor and nesting plants. It will grow bigger and more beautiful every year!
Hope to see you soon!
Posted by Theresa on July 19, 2013
Storms have knocked out power and our telephone lines. We'll be making occasional trips down the road to check on phone messages, but the best way to contact us is by email - firstname.lastname@example.org.
Despite the storm, guests are enjoying the cooler temperatures and romantic meals by candlelight.
Posted by admin on July 18, 2013
In celebration of all that is delicious from the area, Arowhon Pines Resort is once again hosting our 3rd annual "100 Mile challenge' summer BBQ. Come have lunch by the lake, meet our suppliers and farmers, take a swim and visit our 'Monarch Butterfly Waystation'. Reservations required. $35.00 per person.
Posted by Theresa on July 5, 2013
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