|What do all three of these have to do with Fair Hills and Lake Five?
They are the new additions to each cabin. After so many requests we have finally gone geek with flat screen TVs and video game in each cabin. We’re working on a iPhone app that will replace the Giant Slide and think that speed golf will be much quicker on a Wii.
New Family Discount
I know it doesn’t apply to most of you – but we’re hoping maybe you can help spread the word on our new family discount of $350. You can get the details here: http://www.fairhillsresort.com/specials.html
Speaking of Specials
While you may not qualify for the new family discount we’re bringing back our popular “Stay and Play” specials for everyone. The cost is $125 per person in the off season and $199 during peak season. It includes golf, meals and accommodations. What a bargain! Get the details on the Specials page: http://www.fairhillsresort.com/specials.html
Speaking of Golf
Believe it or not the golf course opened March 26! Yup, that’s a sure sign of spring. If you’re in the area, stop in for a round or cup o’ Joe, check out the new merchandise or get the word on the seasonal memberships: http://www.wildflowergolfcourse.com/twilightmembers.htm
Speaking of Spring
Cabins are already starting to go for the weekend of the Festival of the Birds (May 20-23) – but we still have room at Fair Hills http://www.fairhillsresort.com and Five Lakes http://www.fivelakesresort.com/ if you’re into birding. Did you know that Becker County is home to 250 species of birds? We might be in danger of being called the Land of Birds!
We are looking for great people to work with other great people – us! We have a wide range of positions open for the summer at Fair Hills and Wildflower Golf Course. You don’t have to have a good singing voice – but it doesn’t hurt. http://www.fairhillsresort.com/jobs.html
We moved the carts from the lobby to Wild Flower the day before WF opened and it was -2 with a windchill. Can you tell who is who? Send us your guess. We’ll put the correct entries into a hat and one name will be drawn for a fun prize!
We hope that you’ll all be relieved to hear that we aren’t really going tech. We won’t be adding big screen TVs or video games to the cabins. Kids are still welcome to swim, run, golf and play outside. After all, this is Minnesota, we’re earned our time in the sun!
See you soon! Beth