The Midwest offers countless lakes and rivers. Why not rent a ski boat or wave runners for an afternoon? Or take your group on a whitewater rafting adventure. Discover varieties of fish and other underwater treasures on a scuba diving excursion.
If you have avid hunters in your group, and even if you don’t, spend an afternoon with sporting clays or on a guided hunt.When the weather turns colder and the snow starts to fall, that doesn’t mean you’re stuck inside. The Midwest offers tons of options for your winter weather-loving attendees.
Snowmobile trails can be found throughout the Midwest and offer a unique sight-seeing tour of areas you wouldn’t normally see. If the fast-paced sleds don’t appeal to your group, grab some snow shoes and go for a hike.
Those beautiful waterfalls you may have seen on your summer hike… they freeze in the winter and in some areas you can climb those waterfalls just as you would a mountain.
Feel the crisp, cool air on your face as you take to the slopes with skis or a board. Or fly down a hill on a sled or tube. Take your group down a toboggan run for an exhilarating adventure.
For a truly unique adventure, and a trip back in time, schedule a dog sled trip for your group. What was once the only way to travel during harsh, Midwest winters, this is a once-in- a-lifetime opportunity for your attendees.
Here are just a few of the resorts and lodges that feature these activities in their areas: Starved Rock Lodge, Bay Mills Resort Casino, Drummond Island Resort, Arrowwood Lodge Brainerd Lakes, Tan-Tar-A Resort, Wilderness Resort, Potawatomi Inn, Grand Portage Lodge and Odyssy Resorts’ Grand Superior Lodge, Larsmont Cottages and Caribou Highland Lodge.
Choose a Midwest resort or lodge for your next meeting and take your attendees on the adventure of a lifetime!