Okemo Valley Chamber participates in reopening of historic lodge

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Gov. Phil Scott, Steve Cook, and the ownership team of Seesaw’s Lodge. Photo by Donald Dill.

PERU, Vt. – Carol Lighthall, executive director of the Okemo Valley Regional Chamber of Commerce, participated in the reopening of the historic Seesaw’s Lodge in Peru, Vt. Thursday, Aug. 30. The ribbon cutting included Gov. Phil Scott, Tourism and Marketing Deputy Commissioner Steve Cook, and the lodge’s ownership team. The ribbon cutting took place during the Scott Administration’s “Capitol for a Day” initiative in Bennington County.

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Gov. Phil Scott and Carol Lighthall, executive director of the Okemo Valley Regional Chamber of Commerce. Photo by Donald Dill.

Seesaw’s Lodge is the latest member to join the Okemo Valley Regional Chamber of Commerce. The lodge was reopened after a group of passionate Vermonters came together to redevelop the seven acres and nine buildings and have quietly been at it for more than three years. The reimagined inn and restaurant are up and running, and additional businesses are expected to be launched in connection with the lodge, including a distillery.

The property will serve families and friends who can stay, eat, and enjoy the outdoors but will also be a destination for weddings, birthdays, reunions, and corporate retreats. Much of what you will see in the restaurant, the removed rustic lodge, and cabins come from the original Seesaw’s.

To learn more, visit www.sesawslodge.com or call Johnny Seesaw’s restaurant at 802-824-5533.

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