The Yarmouth Vanguard newspaper has published a story on Trout Point Lodge being a delegate to the National Geographic Society’s 2010 Geotourism Summit.
“Unique experiences and educational components are important ingredients for the successful operation of an eco-wilderness resort,” reads the caption. The article also observations from former guests:
A couple from New Jersey described a highlight of their stay as soothing their muscles in the cedar hot tub by the river with a perfect glass of red wine after a demanding mountain bike ride in the wilderness with the staff naturalist.
A couple from Florence, Italy commented on the stunning beauty and “the extraordinarily warm and friendly atmosphere that the young staff–both European and local Nova Scotian–conveyed to the guests.
The article continued to note that the Lodge’s public presentation included mentioning the Nova Scotia government’s decision to stop subsidizing the Cat ferry service in the name of “sustainability.”