Hosted in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia by John Wilson and Bill Goebel, this weekend among friends of the BSA features fellowship and fun with activities to delight everyone.
A few highlights for this springtime weekend:
  • Flyfish in the renowned streams with an expert guide
  • Delight in a one-hour in-room massage
  • Enjoy a fabulous private lunch event featuring local wine and cider tastings
  • Hike, bike and explore the 3,200-acre estate
  • Meet a new friend over a cocktail
  • Stargaze from the lodge’s platform
  • Curl up with a nice book
  • Dine with friends over timeless classics delivered from local farm to table
About the Lodge:
Your destination is the mountains of Bath County, Virginia for unique architecture, outdoor adventure, and classic American style cuisine. Family owned for 30 years, the Fort Lewis Lodge is a country retreat in the Blue Ridge Mountains ideal for outdoor enthusiasts. Like most country inns, they trade in a change of pace, romance, and exceptional fare. However, it is the comforting seclusion of the mountains, forests, fields, and streams that truly sets historical Fort Lewis apart. Outdoor activities abound with hiking, biking, trout fishing or simply relaxing by the Lodge’s pristine swimming hole.