Another treat awaits those that venture out and stroll around the property. You’ll find old relics from that period such as the large black boiler that was used to heat water which in turn ran through pipes laid under the parking lot and melted the accumulating snow. Many still remember a well known local named… Continue reading The pully for the rope tow
In 1940, additional lodging was added which included 8 inviting and cozy rooms located in what is known now as the Shaver Lake Village Hotel. Today these comfortable and quaint rooms offer reminiscences of the logging days and showcase antiques and decor that have been handed down by locals. The rustic feel of the original… Continue reading The old boiler
Sometime later, a fire broke out on the property destroying 20 of the original 23 cabins along with the restaurant and bar. While Charlie and Eloise were heartbroken by this unexpected tragedy and financially drained, the small community of Shaver Lake came together and showed the Eckert’s their appreciation by convincing them to re-build, offering… Continue reading An old photo of Shaver Lake Village Hotel, formerly known as Eckert’s Lodge.