A Sneak Peak for 2018

Although we're still a few months away, we cant wait to flip our calendar to 2018!

We've used this summer as a launch pad to test new programs at Loon Lake Lodge & Retreat Centre, with the eyes on offering you something that's unique to the Lower Mainland - and at no additional cost.

We're working with an acclaimed fitness centre to create a one-of-a-kind all age fitness circuit; we're creating a series of off-the-shelf applied learning and adventure activities, and we're growing native gardens in a format that all our guests can learn about the benefits they offer people and the planet.

 
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MOVEMENT

In tandem with Envision Fitness in Maple Ridge, we have begun construction of the new 2.5km Timber Cruiser Circuit. This 6 station circuit offers guests of all ages a unique way to work out, to run off steam, and stay in shape during their time at Loon Lake Lodge and Retreat Centre.

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EDUCATION

New native gardens featuring West Coast native species are being planted around Loon Lake and will be a great tool to help identify native species on hikes or walks through the forest. Interpretive signs will speak to the importance of native gardening and their cultural significance in the region.

ACTIVITIES

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NATURAL KEEPSAKES

Bring a bit of Loon Lake home with you! Spend time creating natural keepsakes using materials found around Loon Lake. Examples of activities, and an easy to follow guide are provided and sessions are self-led by the group. Nominal fees may apply. Please enquire.

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SCAVENGER HUNTS

Turn your hike around Loon Lake into a fun competition with our Loon Lake Scavenger Hunt. Enjoy a nature walk around the lake while looking for a variety of items. Take a photo or draw a picture of the items you find, and then compare. Great for all types of groups.

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APPLIED LEARNING

Get outside and learn with our four portable Environmental Education Stations. Each station includes all you need to guide students through a hands-on activity on one of 4 topics: wildlife, water, soil and trees. Great for school and youth groups.