Woodland West has been a vision for the owners for 20 years and is now a reality. There are many things to experience with multiple facilities and the splendour of Kananaskis wilderness on our border. Let us know what you are trying to accomplish for your particular event and we will create a solution for you. The "Woodland West" name comes from grand parents that operated a lodge and a hunting / fishing camp in New Brunswick - called the Woodland Lodge.
Margit McNaughton is passionate about many things but her main activity right now is teaching her brand of Yoga to 250 students in Millarville, Turner Valley and Priddis. An outdoor education and primary school teacher by education, her creativity and personality combines to make many things happen with Woodland West's ever expanding network of friends and partners.
Drew McNaughton has spent his career in information technology, networking and consulting with Nortel, Imperial Oil, Axia Netmedia and other businesses. A love of the outdoors combines with experience building and growing many different teams in diverse organizations.
A systems design engineer from Waterloo by education, he has worked as an auditor, project manager,executive, board chair / member, CIO/CTO and as a consultant.
Together they and their three boys have lived in Ontario, Calgary, Texas and Paris. Their passions have combined to develop Woodland West. We hope you have a chance to visit !
The Lodge was the orginal home on the property. This space is being converted into a large open space natural timber frame with breakout rooms throughout to accomodate your offsite strategic session or team building event. Accomodates 15-20 people on a day use basis.
In the fireside room you have a large 1200 sq foot multi-purpose meeting room that is suitable for larger corporate groups, training sessions, musical events, family reunions or for weddings. Accomodates 75-100 people depending on the table setup. An adjoining 800 sq foot kitchen, outside deck and entrance area allow for breakout space and services.
The little cabin in the spruce woods is a real gem. This is a very peaceful place, next to historic John Ware creek. Suitable for couples looking for a weekend away from the city, families that want to camp out for the weekend or horse trail riding groups that want a base camp before they ride onto the trails of Kananaskis. Artists find this space particularly attractive for getting creative and enjoying some space for their work.
In an aspen forest on a hill at the edge of Kananaskis country, this fun place awaits the kid in you for your sleep over in the trees. In the future, a sky walk will connect to other "rooms". Ideal for writers, artists or just folks that want to experience something a little different and secluded.
Thanks to the Pathways Community Organization there is an authentic native Tipi on the property.
The pond is a large body of water suitable for swimming and floating around in a canoe. An island golf green is in progress. A great space to hang out around, wack some golf balls, have a campfire or paddle around the pond.
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