The Reindeer Grove: Big Families, Groups, Retreats
The Reindeer Grove: Large Groups, Families, Retreats!
The Reindeer Grove is your Alaskan homestead retreat destination! Our mission is to provide an awe-inspiring, interactive outdoor experience with a large but cozy, artistic Alaskan, indoor gathering space for groups of all sizes. Enjoy the on-site reindeer, gardens, and private nature trails. Gather in the spacious Grand Hall. Retire to one of the downstairs bedrooms or to one of the private sleeping quarters including the Amanita Tiny House or the Nomad Cabin. Truly an unforgettable experience! SPACIOUS: The Grove is spacious - easily handling just about any size group, making this is the perfect space for large families, multiple families, or small groups. But don't let the size fool you - it's incredibly warm and cozy as well, to make even a couple, or small family feel comfortable and right at home. The upstairs Grand Hall provides a ~ 48'x64' open space with high quality laminate flooring that is perfect for dancing, yoga, or letting the kids run about to their hearts content. Downstairs provides a separate living and sleeping quarters, as well as the main, full bathroom and laundry facilities. Don't forget about the Nomad Cabin and the Amanita Tiny House, which are just outside the main cabin and provide an even more private domicile for those looking for a little more solitude. OUTDOOR SPACE: The Grove's offerings do not stop there. A whole other world exists outside your cabin, as The Grove operates as a small homestead where we raise reindeer, grow vegetables, and forage for much of our own food. We'd love to give you a complimentary tour of the rest of the property during your stay! There are also private nature trails for short hikes and exploring the grounds. ARTISTIC: Art abounds at The Grove. The beautiful "Sistine Chapel of Alaska" as it's referred to locally, was pained in the early and mid 1980's by T.E. Barber, a local Talkeetna artist. The Grove is also architecturally pleasing, with the vast log construction and the massive cable and turnbuckle trusses that were installed during the renovations in the mid 2000's. Bits and pieces of additional Alaskan Art can be found throughout the property.
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