The Chalet is situated far enough away from the hustle & bustle of the city to enjoy all the relaxation & beauty the natural environment has to offer, while being close enough to food & markets to make your stay as convenient as possible. With that in mind, we do recommend you stock up on supplies prior to visiting, as options are limited in the immediately surrounding area.
The Hideaway Bar is a short drive from The Chalet, but takes a bit more “getting to” than Dingman’s (see below). It can be hit/miss during the warmer months, but it’s “the place to be” for snowmobilers in the winter.
Dingman’s is our favorite spot to hang out with old and new friends alike. The owners, Bob and Carrin, are amazing, and are a great source of information if you have questions about the local area. The food is actually very good, and not at all what you’d expect from a Tavern/Bar. We highly recommend the Steak Bites (made of Prime Rib/Fillet!), and Feta Dip. On Tuesday’s burgers are only $2. Wednesdays they have (massive and amazing) 75c wings, and on Saturdays they offer “Reverse Happy Hour” with Medium 2-Topping Pizzas (half price) and $3.00 domestics.
We regret to inform you that Dingman’s Tavern, a local landmark since 1952, burned to the ground in January of 2019. The owners have plans to rebuild, and we will update this page once that happens.
Paddle Hard has delicious food paired with an impressive beer selection. In addition to the great food & beer, you’ll also have access to a wine tasting room and a locally-focused art gallery, which makes a statement about the brewery’s presence within the larger community.