When it comes to ski-in, ski-out lodging, few do it better than Okemo.
Located about two miles from the original clock tower base, Okemo’s Jackson Gore base area is an ideal destination for visitors looking for more than just skiing during their visit to Ludlow, Vt. In addition to lodging at the Jackson Gore Inn, Adams, and Bixby Houses, the village area is also the site of Okemo’s Adventure Zone, which includes the Timber Ripper Mountain Coaster. Grab a quick bite to eat at the Roundhouse, Jackson Gore’s pickup grill, or at the Coleman Brook Tavern, where the Waygu burger will refuel you after a day on the adjacent slopes. Grab your skates and take some spins on the ice at the skating rink; extend your time sliding on snow in the tubing park.
Oh, yeah, there’s skiing too. Of course.
“The Jackson Gore courtyard and the way the mountain is set up is really perfect for every guest,” Okemo spokesperson Courtney DiFiore said. “Families can come and have this base camp to have everything they could possibly want. There is their lodging and the lift is right there. There are activities off-snow; in case you’re not a skier or rider you can do other things. And it’s all right there.”