Along the west side of Wohali Square will be the heart of the community, Wohali Lodge. The Lodge will include a restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner with a large patio space overlooking Wohali Lake and, as the home of Wohali’s Head Chef, will offer cooking classes and private chef services plus a grab-and-go market café. Wine connoisseurs are encouraged to take advantage of wine lockers and the private wine room and library, offering author talks, reading groups and wine tasting events.

The Lodge provides something for the whole family. Spend time together at the pool overlooking Wohali Lake and the Lake House, or drop the kids off at one of our Kids Camps offered through the Adventure and Science Center before heading to the Wellness Center for some self care. Our Wellness Center features a state-of-the-art fitness room, water rituals including cold plunge, sauna and steam rooms, plus a meditation room. To challenge your children’s minds, look no further than the Science Center. Here, kids can enjoy camps and classes for mountain and environmental learning or spend some time doing arts and crafts tailored to their age group. For a less structured family-friendly experience, kick back at the Wohali Hang Out, complete with various game stations, a pool table, ping pong and a separate lounge just for teens.

When you’re ready to get outside, the Adventure Center offers both family fun and learning opportunities for those big and small. Spend bluebird days bonding with your neighbors and fellow mountain enthusiasts during scheduled backcountry skiing, fishing, hiking, rock-climbing or mountain biking excursions with Woahli’s Adventure Team or spend some time under the stars with a camping or glamping adventure. If you’re looking to enjoy more quality time with those closest to you, make any of these a private event for just your family and guests. The Adventure Center’s indoor gym ensures you can stay active, even when the weather is less than ideal, with a basketball half-court that doubles as a pickleball court plus a climbing wall (accessible to all ages) to test and master your skills before hitting the esteemed Rock Cliffs. Once you’re ready to head out on your own, owners can grab any equipment they need from the on-site Toy Box, including mountain, fat tire and e-bikes, fishing equipment, hiking poles and camping gear.

The Lodge will be designed this year and we hope to see construction begin in early 2024.