Call 434-325-8250 for tee times.
Opening Tee Time:
Rotation: Monocan-Shamokin; Shamokin-Tuckahoe
Cart Rule: Cart Path Only
Weather: Sunny with temperatures in the upper 70s.
Opening Tee Time:
Cart Rule: 90 Degrees
Weather: Sunny with temperatures in the mid 60s.
At Wintergreen, it seems like we have more than our share of fair weather, but sometimes it has to rain. After all, without rain we wouldn’t have some of the things we love most, like rushing waterfalls, rainbows, and The Wildflower Symposium (May 19-21)! So here are some of our favorite ways to
enjoy Wintergreen on a rainy day:
After rain is the best time to go on a waterfall hike. Runoff feeds the waterfall and turns what can sometimes be a trickle into a much more beautiful and impressive display. Some of our favorites are Upper Shamokin Falls and Paul’s Creek Trailwhich has a waterslide! Hiking Guides are available for $3 at the Front Desk or at the The Nature Foundation at Wintergreen. This guide gives detailed descriptions of each trail, with distance, difficulty and key features to note while hiking.
And keep your eyes out for rainbows and wildflowers! Right now, one of our most-loved wildflowers is in bloom on the mountain – Trillium! These pink three-petalled flowers are a true delight. The field next to The Nature Foundation at Wintergreen’s Trillium House produces a carpet of flowers every
spring. Just be careful not to step on or pick the trillium, as this can kill the plant. But they normally bloom for several weeks, so make sure to visit soon!
In the summer, check out the golf courses, and in the winter, see the snow fly and look for friends on the hill! For larger view of all webcams, please visit Mountain Cam Home
Watch our YouTube channel for our weekly Mountain Minute updates on a variety of topics and activities! We also provide golf and tennis tips from our pros!