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At Primland, a new decade brings with it new opportunities—to escape from the everyday hustle, to step outside of our comfort zones, to create memories with the ones we love most. Here’s a glimpse at what 2020 has in store at Primland.

What will be your opportunity to get away this year?

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November

Thanksgiving Weekend

NOVEMBER 26-29, 2020

Join us on the mountain for a one-of-kind Thanksgiving weekend that’s centered around the two things we love most: feast and family! Enjoy moments of gratitude with the ones you love most and bond over fun activities and crafts during your stay. You’ll love spending this special time of year at Primland.

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December

12 Days of Christmas

DECEMBER 19-31, 2020

From holiday workshop and storytelling with Santa to an ugly sweater workshop and party, our 12 Days of Christmas will have you feeling merry and bright just in the (Saint) Nick of time.

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January

Driven Pheasant Shoot

JANUARY 23, 2021

The Primland European Style Driven Pheasant Shoot features six gun lines with three morning and three afternoon drives, each unique in nature and challenge.

DETAILS

5-Star Gazing Primland

Year-Round

Primland’s altitude and the clarity of our night skies combine to offer an extraordinary opportunity to study stars, planets, and other celestial objects. Our Observatory is equipped with a Celestron CGE Pro 1400 telescope, which provides glimpses into the heavens that you simply cannot see anywhere else. The Observatory is an incredible experience year-round, but below are a few star-studded events worth visiting for this year.

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Fall Equinox

SEPTEMBER 22, 2020
During the changing of the seasons, the waxing crescent moon will hang low in the western sky after sunset.

Mars at Opposition

OCTOBER 13, 2020
The red planet will be at its closest approach to Earth, and its face will be fully illuminated by the sun.

Leonids Meteor Shower

NOVEMBER 17-18, 2020

These spectacular meteor storms only happen every 33 years.