REDFIELD – The new owners of Salmon Hills in Redfield recently announced that a grand opening for the newly renovated resort is slated for early fall 2012. The Koch Family (formally of Oswego) of Cut & Shoot, Texas, took ownership of the property this March.
Rick Koch, his wife, Gina, and his sister, Kathy, plan to revitalize the property into a premiere vacation destination.
Renovations are currently under way.
While formally operated as a cross-country ski resort, the new owners will welcome a diversified clientele, catering primarily to snowmobilers, fishermen, water enthusiasts and others wanting to escape to nature.
The revitalized property will feature a cozy resort atmosphere in its spacious 3,600-square-foot, log-style lodge with a bar and restaurant along with eight spacious motel rooms.
The addition of several log-style cabins, a covered pavilion for large gatherings or events, boat, canoe and snowmobile rentals and other activities will be available for those looking for a unique vacation experience in a private peaceful setting.
Salmon Hills is surrounded by many diverse and interesting places to see and things to do; making its central location a perfect home-base vacation getaway.
Those who stay at Salmon Hills can travel short distances to enjoy:
Access to 360 miles of snowmobile trails in the Tug Hill area and beyond
The Salmon River Reservoir for boat launches and water activities
World-class salmon and steelhead fishing
The spectacular 110-foot Salmon River Falls
Nearly two dozen scenic golf courses and driving ranges
Shopping in local antique and boutique shops
Just beyond the immediate area, guest will also enjoy the beautiful “Thousand Islands Region” and Canada (1 to 2 hours), the famous Carousel Mall in Syracuse (1 hour), and gaming and entertainment at the Turning Stone Casino in Verona (1.5 hours).
Conveniently located just off Interstate 81 between Syracuse and Watertown, Salmon Hills is nestled near the beautiful Salmon River, on the north shore of the Salmon River Reservoir and surrounded by thousands of acres of New York State forest land.
Come to Salmon Hills this fall and see Oswego County’s newest destination offering a unique travel experience for families, groups and individuals.