One of the best kept secrets in cottage country is the fall season. Not only is the bounty of autumn colours awe inspiring, but the crisp fall nights and bright sunny days make for a spectacular vacation. The bustle & noise of summer vacationers is all but gone. One can enjoy the serene tranquility of the river, for fishing, boating or just lazing the day away. The nature trails and riverbanks showcase the glory of fall colours, while wildlife viewing & photography opportunities are endless.
Fall also provides a good opportunity to explore the many back roads of our local communities. There are unique artisan shops, garden centers, antique shops and honey farms to enjoy. Why not take home a memorable slice of northern life and get a leg up on Christmas shopping.
Fall is a wonderful time for family reunions, celebrations, Thanksgiving at the cottage..or just some one on one romance time.
The autumn season also serves up some great fishing on the Pickerel River and our various out lakes...so take a trip with the guys or the gals & share some fish tales around the fire.
Ask us how we can help create a package around your needs. 10% seasonal discount this fall (holidays excluded).
We have been very fortunate this season to have visits from a large array of wildlife.
Hilary had a broad-winged hawk fly into the side of her car, and was able to rehabilitate and release it into the wild. It was very entertaining living with a large raptor, and he proved to be quite intelligent and thought of Hilary as his mother. The little hawk has returned for his favorite treat of dew worms a few times, and occasionally he does fly by the resort. We wish him well on his journey south this winter.
The other regular visitors to Pine Grove, have been a family of Red Fox. They mainly spend their time by The Farmhouse, often making their presence known around the fire...perhaps looking for a handout. While we do not condone feeding wild animals, it was very neat to see them up close. The resident snowshoe hare family was not impressed by the fox lurking around and we assume they wont be feeding off our garden in quite the same numbers!