Late Summer Lovin’ for Locals at Brooks Lake Lodge & Spa
Why is Wyoming the perfect place to be during the late summer season? Long days, cooler temps, less crowds, starry nights and – in some cases – great local discounts. And Brooks Lake Lodge & Spa is again showing the love to Wyoming residents with their “Locals Love” value pricing deal during their late summer season.
There will be no summer crowds to compete with as Brooks Lake Lodge accommodates a maximum of 36 guests at a time in lodge rooms and private cabins, creating an intimate environment that includes a posh 2:1 staff to guest ratio. As the Travel Channel put it, “You arrive with your partner and suddenly, your life becomes one where everything is taken care of for you.”
With spectacular meals from acclaimed Chef Whitney Hall, guests can enjoy fresh and unique menu items that have been hailed recently by Food & Beverage magazine and the Los Angeles Times. With dinner entrees that include a tenderloin of beef roulade and Cajun diver scallops, and lunches featuring ahi tuna wontons over a nutrient-packed seaweed salad and the always popular elk sloppy Joe, foodies can get their fill of innovative dishes.
The lodge is also offering Wyoming residents the opportunity for deep relaxation with a 60-minute massage at the on-site Rocky Mountain Spa. And the spa’s 11-by-17-foot hot tub is open to guests looking to take a soothing soak while basking in magnificent Pinnacle Mountain views.
Late summer guests can take in the glorious natural surroundings with a variety of outdoor activities available that allows them to choose favorites without paying for unused services. Popular activities available at the lodge and led by experienced guides include a two-hour horseback ride; a two-hour fishing trip; and a morning or afternoon hike. A peaceful canoe paddle and archery practice are also available on site.
Tucked deep in the Shoshone National Forest, guests of Brooks Lake Lodge can relax on a real getaway with a clear connection to nature. As one guest put it after a hike at Brooks Lake Lodge, “Until I was at Brooks Lake Lodge, I never imagined what it would be like to look in every direction and see NO buildings. This is a life-changing experience.”