Choice spots for your reunion
With family reunion season fast approaching, you're likely on the hunt for a getaway spot just right for your clan. Here, three options for two different budgets.
The new Outlook Lodge in Green Mountain Falls, Colo., about 50 miles northwest of Pike National Forest, delivers rustic simplicity with six guest rooms, living and dining rooms, full kitchen, and library stocked with books about the region and its history. Park yourself on the wraparound porch or out back around the fire pit to catch up on all the latest with the family. From $1,475 nightly. outlookgmf.com
In Woodbine, Ga., on the Cumberland River, you can now escape to the once invitation-only Cabin Bluff retreat, where cabins and a lodge accommodate up to 40 guests. You get the exclusive run of its 24,000 wooded acres and a staff that prepares your meals and coordinates activities. Fish, boat, hunt, golf, play tennis, or just kick back by the pool in utmost privacy. From $9,500 nightly, all-inclusive. 912-729-5960; cabinbluff.com
In June, the Resort at Paws Up in Greenough, Mont., unveils Cliffside Camp, its fifth and most luxurious camp. From atop a cliff, it offers majestic views and six safari-style, air-conditioned tents, four with two bedrooms. A private chef prepares meals served in a dining pavilion flanked by a cozy sitting lounge with fireplace. A butler enhances the camp's service. From $8,590 nightly, plus $150 per night per adult for meals ($90, children). 800-473-0601; pawsup.com