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Make Your Move Yarmouth is an initiative to guide and support a local movement towards a culture change to increase physical activity. It’s part of a community wide plan to create and enhance opportunities to integrate more movement into the … Continue reading
It’s time to announce the winners of the Ellenwood March Break Scavenger Hunt! Thank you to Yarmouth Recreation and Argyle Recreation for supporting this program! Winners! – Josee Hiltz – Natalia Tate (and kiddos) – Janelle Richards – Evan and … Continue reading
A BIG thank you to Argyle Active living for partnering with us on this special event.
Sorry to have to do this, but today’s weather forecast of wet flurries and 70 kph wind gusts makes our last bonfire and marshmallow roast of the season UNSAFE to go ahead with. That being said, if you head out … Continue reading
We’ve got lots going on at Ellenwood for March Break! On Sunday the 12th, from 2:00 ’til 4:00 you can find us back at the ski cabin toasting marshmallows around a bonfire. Drop by for some hot chocolate and toast … Continue reading
Be aware of icy conditions as you walk in. You always enter the park at your own risk and we always remind you to put safety first. Have fun!
Conditions for skiing should be good all around the park today although it has not yet been machine groomed and track set. We’ll wait until the bulk of the snow has fallen before tackling that job. The ski cabin will … Continue reading
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 27th SNOW CONDITIONS at Ellenwood Park Stephen has been out grooming all around the park and track setting most trails. He’s reporting good ski conditions today and probably again tomorrow. So get out there and enjoy it while … Continue reading
Here are a few “action shots” of happy skiers who came out to Ellenwood on Sunday. The business of fitting different sized people with different sized boots and different size skis with two kinds of bindings can be a challenge, … Continue reading