Brooks Lake Lodge & Spa Makes It Easy to ‘Fall for the Arts’ in Jackson Hole
This September, guests of Brooks Lake Lodge & Spa can celebrate the cooler fall weather and leaf-peep at will, all while taking advantage of the area’s many outdoor activities and catching the highlights of the esteemed Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival, which includes the Western Design Exhibit + Sale.
A fall getaway at Brooks Lake Lodge always features the remote resort’s comfortable and elegantly rustic setting – lodge rooms are individually decorated with handcrafted lodge pole pine furnishings and goose-down comforters, while cabins sport wood-burning stoves and inviting sitting areas – as well as endless opportunities to horseback ride or hike deep into the surrounding Shoshone National Forest backcountry, or to fish and canoe in picturesque Brooks Lake, with its alpine setting and Pinnacle Buttes backdrop.
What makes this package extra-special is the chance to spend time in the culturally rich nearby mountain resort town of Jackson during the town’s famed Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival. The Lodge will drive guests to Jackson on Friday, September 7, 2018 to enjoy popular festival events including the Western Design Exhibit + Sale, a shopper’s delight, with more than 130 juried artists, craftsmen and fashion and interior designers displaying and selling handcrafted, museum-quality functional creations that capture the spirit of the West. Then guests can take part in the popular Palates & Palettes Gallery Walk where local galleries stay open late to showcase magnificent art paired with food, wine and music – and explore Jackson’s thriving restaurant scene before returning to Brooks Lake Lodge for a peaceful night’s rest.
During the rest of their stay, guests can enjoy an appealing variety of gourmet meals prepared by Chef Whitney Hall, whose culinary creations recently earned the attention of the Travel Channel, the Los Angeles Times and Food & Beverage magazine. And each day at 4 p.m. the traditional Governor’s Tea Time offers complimentary afternoon fireside tea, crumpets, fresh fruit and more. A full range of spa services – such as a hot stone massage or fruit active glow facial – are available with separate pricing at the on-site Rocky Mountain Spa.