Winter Greetings from Rabbit Run Inn
Rabbit Run Inn Tea House in winter
Visit Rabbit Run Inn and experience winter beauty. Follow the animal tracks in the snow to see where they go…guess which creatures belong to the footprints. Bring your camera and record the lights, shadows and winter reflections.
WINTER TRAVEL TO RABBIT RUN INN…
is a breeze! The Inn is conveniently located minutes from Interstate 94 (exit 12 ) and we keep our private road, parking lot and walkways clear of snow and ice. Several excellent restaurants are within minutes of the Inn and are open all days of the week.
MID-WINTER GETAWAY SPECIAL
Start your weekend early or stay over Monday – three nights for the price of two – now until May 15.
Or come mid-week and stay four nights for the price 3!
Except Valentines Weekends, February 8-9 and 15-16
Rabbit Run’s Frog Pond- the koi are still feeding
VALENTINE’S DAY WEEKEND
_Valentine’s Day is Thursday, February 14
Special Weekend package applies to Friday, Saturday, February 8-9 and 15-16_
Stay two nights and enjoy our champagne Valentine’s Day basket on your arrival. We’ll help you make reservations at one of our nearby restaurants.
One of several cross country trails near Rabbit Run Inn
We provide up-to-date information about activities near Rabbit Run Inn: from cross country skiing and snowshoeing (equipment rentals, too) to workout centers, yoga and day spa massages. Ask us for help in enhancing your getaway with your favorite wintertime activity.
Come, visit and hike the 10 parks, woods, beach and river walks that are near Rabbit Run Inn. Winter is our favorite season to renew our friendship with our favorite nearby nature preserves.
Village Lights and Sculpture Displays on the Bluff, St. Joseph, Michigan. For information visit http://www.sjoetoday.com and https://www.facebook.com/stjoetoday
Four Tops, New Buffalo, Jan 11, 2013
Time: 08:00 PM
Location: Four Winds, Silver Creek Event Center, 11111 Wilson Road, New Buffalo
Ice sculpting comes to St. Joseph, February 8-10
Magical Ice Fest, St. Joseph
For information visit http://www.sjoetoday.com and https://www.facebook.com/stjoetoday
“Chocolate Classic” Saturdays
Chocolate themed discounts, treats, recipes and cooking demos at various locations in Three Oaks, New Buffalo and Sawyer. For information visit http://www.harborcountry.org/chocolateclassic/
3rd Annual Coastline Children’s Film Festival
Acorn Theater, Three Oaks and other venues in Harbor Country. For information, visit http://brookviewschool.org and http://www.bluestarhighway.org
La Porte String Ensemble performs Sunday February 10
at the Burnison Galleries, http://www.nbartscouncil.org/
A HEARTY THANKS…
…to our guests and visitors who have spread the word about Rabbit Run Inn.
…to our non-profit partners for continuing their work in 2013: Clean the World, National Wildlife Federation, the Nature Conservancy and Chikaming Open Lands.
Clean the World, recipient of Rabbit Run Inn’s recycled soap, has distributed “almost 4 million bars of life-saving soap this year – and more than 12 million bars since Clean the World was founded in 2009.” To learn more about this organization, click on www.cleantheworld.org
Rabbit Run Inn is designated a certified habitat by the National Wildlife Federation, whose mission is to protect and foster America’s wildlife and wildlife ecosystems. To learn more about this organization, click on https://online.nwf.org/
The Conservation Fund “combines a passion for conservation with an entrepreneurial spirit to protect your favorite places before they become just a memory.” Locally, the Conservation Trust assists in protecting the quality of the Galien Watershed and water sources and the systems that depend on them across the Midwest through monitoring and land trust management. To learn more about this organization visit http://www.conservationfund.org/
Chikaming Open Lands is a non-profit conservation organization working with landowners in the Galien River watershed and southwest Berrien County to preserve open space and the diverse, natural character of the area. To learn more about this organization, click on http://chikamingopenlands.org