It looks like the forecast weekend snow storm is a little later arriving than had been predicted. Saturday morning the weather radar still shows the storm well west of the GTA. Looks like a big storm though that will drop anywhere up to a foot of snow between now and late Sunday. In the mean time, Saturday morning is once again mostly cloudy with the temperature around 15F. The coming week is forecast to remain cold, so the snow that falls from this storm should remain quite nice for trail grooming.
Some of the local snowmobile trails are now open. The North-south railbed is open from the Weslemkoon Road on northward, and the east-west trail is open over to Coe Hill. Can you say, "Lunch at the Hideaway?" Lots more trails are open once north of Bancroft. The 950 Limerick Trail is NOT open. Do not drive through private property that has not been opened, staked and groomed. Click over to the Trails page see an overview of this area.
The Lodge will open for snowmobiling and ice fishing around January 31. We are booked full several weekends in February, but still have several weekends (Feb. 8 and Feb. 29) available.
On the long range planning calendar, the very popular licensed event that we have had the last few years is tentatively planned for the evening of August 15, 2020. That is a week earlier than previous years as the resort is booked for a wedding on August 22.
460 Limerick Lake North Shore is still on the market. The price is now $239.