As the days of summer have ended, a cool breeze welcomes the leaves changing color. This signals that vacations are not yet over as many leaf-peepers head north. The Mountain Lakes region is prime for outdoor activities and relaxation, and in the heart of this magnificent destination is the elegant Stonewall Resort.
Resting on over 1,900 acres of beautiful natural surroundings and just steps from the waters of Stonewall Jackson Lake, Stonewall Resort has everything in a laid-back yet exciting vacation. “We’re looking forward to seeing all of the families and couples enjoying the stunning foliage, outdoor recreation, fireside relaxation, and lakeside festivities,” said Chris Audia, Stonewall’s marketing manager.
The autumn experience at Stonewall Resort is like no other. Their Adirondack-style lodge, lakeside saltbox cottages, and rustic modern cottages nestled in the fall foliage are a treat for any traveler. The Autumn Bed & Breakfast Package makes this resort not only a beautiful retreat, but also an affordable one. Now through November, save 70% on stays of 2 or more nights with this package.
While visiting, be sure to check out their weekend Hello, Autumn! Getaways. These weekends are jam-packed with exciting activities and treats. Explore the Artisan Market that features a variety of unique and local products, partake in fun family-friendly games, or simply indulge in plenty of kettle corn and hot cider!
Stop by the TJ Muskies Lounge to enjoy live music on Saturday evenings. Along with TJ Muskies Lounge, Stonewall Resort offers two other dining experiences onsite for your convenience. Stillwaters, the resort’s signature restaurant, provides guests with excellent service and dining inside and out. Crafted with the same detail Arnold Palmer put into the surrounding golf course, Lightburn’s offers panoramic views and Appalachian favorites. TJ Muskies has a comfortable and casual atmosphere and offers its refreshing and comforting signature drink—The Ambling Arnold.
“During the fall season, my personal favorite is the incredible food and views from Lightburn’s Restaurant. Guests may dine indoors or out as they sit high atop the resort overlooking the golf course, lake, and grounds,” said Andre D’Amour, General Manager. “The food presentation and total dining experience up there is truly something special this time of year!”