Sunriver Resort is something magical in the winter
Sunriver Resort is something magical in the winter. All the lights are twinkling off of the snow covered roof tops, a warm fire is usually roaring at The Lodge, and there is always something going on that keeps kids busy and parents engaged. With over 100 family-oriented events through the season, it is nearly impossible to wrap your head around everything that is going on here at Sunriver Resort during Traditions. We’re not just talking about a few lighted trees and some visits with The Big Guy from the North Pole. Traditions is all about creating a magical world in which kids can dream and adults can rekindle childhood wonder.
It is an enchanted place where a person can play the role as toymaker while building a new stuffed friend at The Bear Factory, explore their creative side while making holiday keepsakes at Santa’s Workshop, and discover just what it takes to get ready for the holidays with the official Elves-In-Training workshop.
The days leading up to Christmas are magical, but Traditions does not just stop there. After Christmas is over, the magic continues and the celebration goes on. The coming of the New Year is celebrated with style with various events for people of all ages, and all season long Sunriver Resort is the perfect home base for creating lasting memories. Winter is the perfect time for outdoor exploring with excursions like Moonlight & Starlight Snowshoe Tours and Bonfire on the Snow Tours with Wanderlust.
The crisp air and the gently falling snow also create the perfect backdrop for one for the most beloved winter pastimes at Sunriver Resort: horse drawn sleigh rides. Riders can create one-of-a-kind memories on a peaceful trip through open meadows and wooded hideaways.
From Christmas through the New Year and continuing through the winter season, Sunriver Resort truly is a magical place. It allows us all to sit back and remember much simpler days when the biggest concern in life around this time of year was making sure we had enough marshmallows in our cup of hot chocolate.