Sunday River has big plans scheduled for the next decade.
On Wednesday, the resort announced “Sunday River 2030,” its 10-year plan for growth and development focused on new infrastructure, enhanced experiences for year-round adventure, and reaching a net-zero carbon impact.
Improvements in the plan include an RFID implementation, snowmaking, chairlift and facilities upgrades, real estate developments, and year-round experiences by the year 2030.
“We are incredibly grateful for our guests, our team, and the Boyne Resorts family for helping to guide and determine our future,” Boyne president and general manager Dana Bullen said in a release. “The next decade will be one of the most transformational in our 60-year history, assuring that Sunday River will remain one of the top resorts in the Northeast. The 2030 vision will give us a clear path to success as a sustainable year-round destination.”
The 2030 plan is broken into four phases—first steps, short-term, mid-term, and long-term. Some initial projects are already underway. This includes purchasing the Sunday River Golf Club in order to make improvements and growth, acquiring real estate on Merrill Hill, and the addition of RFID.
Other projects included in the full 10-year plan include a significant number of upgraded chairlifts, extensive snowmaking upgrades, a hydro-therapy spa, a new SnowSports school building, and new summer activities such as a mountain coaster.
For more information, visit 2030.sundayriver.com.