Winter is a time of reflection at Splinter Creek. Wildlife and bird watching takes place from a window seat near a cozy fire. The hardwoods lose their leaves, revealing hidden features in the terrain. It's the ideal time to explore new trails through the frosty winter landscape.
The winter solstice is December 21, and while it's the shortest day of the year on sunlight -- at Splinter Creek -- it's one of the longest in peace and comfort.
The pace of Splinter Creek slows in the winter, leaving more time to appreciate the crisp, clear air and stillness of the lakes. Winter is a time for gathering with friends and family, and celebrating the year's end. It is indeed a time for reflection and joy. We invite you to visit the property this winter, and we look forward to welcoming you.