Pools, Pavilions & Parks at Wintergreen

Wintergreen property owners and their guests can enjoy two swimming pools–Chestnut Springs on the mountain and Rodes Farm in the valley. Both pools are in well-landscaped settings and offer large pavilions which can be reserved for private parties by calling WPOA at 434-325-8524.

Both sites have playgrounds for children.

Rodes Farm has a tennis court and horseshoes as well, plus an archery range managed by the Wintergreen Sporting Club.

See the WPOA webpage on its pools here

Wintergreen is laced with hiking trails.
See a trail map HERE.

 
   Chestnut Springs   Swimming pool and pavilion on the mountain  Details, calendar & map- click HERE

Chestnut Springs
Swimming pool and pavilion on the mountain
Details, calendar & map-click HERE

   Rodes Farm   Swimming pool, tennis, horseshoes, archery, and pavilion in the valley  Details, calendar & map- click HERE

Rodes Farm
Swimming pool, tennis, horseshoes, archery, and pavilion in the valley
Details, calendar & map-click HERE

   High Country Park   This mountain-top private park is open to the public. It has shuffleboard, a dog park, and picnic tables with wonderful views with a cafe nearby.  Details & map -  click HERE .

High Country Park
This mountain-top private park is open to the public. It has shuffleboard, a dog park, and picnic tables with wonderful views with a cafe nearby. Details & map-click HERE.

 Everyone* is welcomed at  Wintergreen Resort’s Lake Monocan , a 20-acre lake and park located at Stoney Creek in the valley ( map ). The resort's park is staffed daily with a lifeguard Memorial Day through Labor Day, weather permitting. A snack bar (drinks, ice cream novelties, hamburgers, hot dogs, corn dogs and more), canoes, kayaks, fishing equipment, standard road bike rentals, sand volleyball court, sandy beach, lounge chairs, picnic area and outdoor charcoal grills are available. (Some fees may apply–for example, a canoe is $14 an hour. Towels not provided; restrooms have a place for changing and showers.)  * Except on Saturdays, public access at Lake Monocan is $14 for adults, $9 for children ages 6-12 (children under 5 are free with paying adult). Five- and ten-visit multi-access passes available as well.  Saturdays are reserved for  resort   members  and registered resort guests, who have complimentary access to Lake Monocan with proper ID.  Resort members and their guests pay a reduced rate. See Wintergreen Resort's  website here for the most up-to-date details .   Last updated May 2017

Everyone* is welcomed at Wintergreen Resort’s Lake Monocan, a 20-acre lake and park located at Stoney Creek in the valley (map). The resort's park is staffed daily with a lifeguard Memorial Day through Labor Day, weather permitting. A snack bar (drinks, ice cream novelties, hamburgers, hot dogs, corn dogs and more), canoes, kayaks, fishing equipment, standard road bike rentals, sand volleyball court, sandy beach, lounge chairs, picnic area and outdoor charcoal grills are available. (Some fees may apply–for example, a canoe is $14 an hour. Towels not provided; restrooms have a place for changing and showers.)

* Except on Saturdays, public access at Lake Monocan is $14 for adults, $9 for children ages 6-12 (children under 5 are free with paying adult). Five- and ten-visit multi-access passes available as well. Saturdays are reserved for resort members and registered resort guests, who have complimentary access to Lake Monocan with proper ID. Resort members and their guests pay a reduced rate. See Wintergreen Resort's website here for the most up-to-date details.

Last updated May 2017