Journals

Tips for Planning a Successful Retreat

Some companies may balk at the idea of putting together a corporate retreat for reasons such as cost or the potential loss of productivity. If planned correctly, these fears can be laid to rest with agendas that are both cost effective and productive.

An All New Team Building Experience.

We all know how important it is as a company, family, church group, or even couple to work as a team. You know the old saying “There is no ‘I’ in the word Team?” Well, lucky for you, you and use your ‘I’ when you try this team building experience in the fabulously equipped k’I’tchen here at Sugar Hollow.

The main purpose of this exercise is two-fold – one, learning to work in multiple teams to achieve a common goal (a meal to eat) and two getting the chance to talk one on one over a great meal that everyone had a hand in preparing.

Spring and Summer at Sugar Hollow

Our favorite times of year here at Sugar Hollow have got to be spring and summer. After a long winter with a little snow, and a lot of cold, we are excited about hitting the hiking trails, walking along the lake and generally taking the opportunity of the longer days by spending as much time outside as possible.

This is also a great time of year to plan a visit to Sugar Hollow. There are so many things to do that to list them all would not only make your head spin, but ours do a 180 turn as well.