Entries by Amanda Leskinen

Our Treehouse Masters Episode!

We had a blast hanging out with the crew from Treehouse Masters while they were staying at the hotel this Fall building our new Treehouse! We are thrilled to announce the episode will air on Friday, January 17th at 10PM Eastern on Animal Planet! We hope you can tune in to see how we designed […]

Autumn is Almost Here!!!

Our Autumn menu is now available! Our seasonal closing is November 5th, 2017 through April 20th, 2018. Our sales office will remain open through the off season and is available at 724-438-8594. Our Black Bear Bungalow tour is continuing through the 2017 season, Monday through Friday at 5:00pm and 11:00am Saturday and Sunday (4:00pm after […]

Opening April 21st for the 2017 season!!!

Special room rates starting at $125.00 per night for opening weekend! Call for details! Don’t forget to make your Mother’s Day Buffet Reservations! For over twenty years we have hosted families on Mom’s special day to enjoy our extensive buffet including Prime rib, Crab cakes, and delicious desserts. $32.95 for adults, $12.95 for children under […]

Autumn is in the air!!

Autumn is in the Air! It is our FAVORITE TIME OF YEAR! The leaves are starting to change colors and our view is about to be even more gorgeous! Stop in for some delicious Autumn themed specials in Mae’s or the Wonder Bar. We are featuring Elk Stew, Pumpkin Cheesecake, and Apple Cider Martini’s just […]

The Pool is OPEN!

The New Pool is OPEN! We have had an amazing start to the 2015 season here at the Historic Summit Inn Resort! Our outdoor pool and hot tub are now officially open for guests! It has been a long road but the improvements have finally been made and we are excited to have you relax […]

Our 2015 season is here!

2015 Excitement We are getting ready for the 2015 season! The staff is preparing the hotel for guests to arrive and we are looking forward to a busy Spring!!! The pool house construction is resuming and the Treehouse Bungalow will be open for daily tours! We are excited to share some new local events with […]

Looking forward to the 2014 season!

2013 Historic Summit Inn Season Recap Our 2013 season is coming to a close! We had such an amazing season filled with visits from our favorite returning guests, some great new friends, beautiful weddings and stunning sunsets from the Veranda! The Historic Summit Inn’s season started with a nostalgic goodbye to our Olympic size steel […]

Summit Inn Treehouse

We are excited to announce the addition of a new ‘Treehouse Masters’ treehouse to the Historic Summit Inn Resort property. The Treehouse Bungalow was designed and built by world renowned treehouse architect Pete Nelson and his team. The house in the trees features a forty-five foot bridge which leads to the front door of a […]

Pool Construction Update

Pool Construction Update Unfortunately the pool is not open yet. We are working on the new pool house now and in order to have access for construction we are not able to have the outdoor pool open until the entire project is complete.

Summit Inn New Outdoor Pool Progress!

Summit Inn New Outdoor Pool Progress! We are making great progress on the new outdoor pool this week! We have had beautiful weather here at the Summit Inn to work with this week. The interior finish was put on the pool and the concrete deck was completed. We are working on the land contour today […]

Free Golf at The Historic Summit Inn!

FREE Golf when you stay at the Summit Inn We are offering FREE golf on our nine hole regulation golf course to guests visiting Sunday through Thursday. A one night’s accommodation includes one free Green’s fee per person per night on our historic nine hole course! Come stay with us and enjoy breathtaking views while […]

The History of the Historical Summit Inn

The history of the Summit really begins in 1806 when Albert Gallatin, the Secretary of the Treasury under President Thomas Jefferson, suggested a National Road ” to connect the East with the West”. Albert Gallatin lived only about twenty miles from the present day Summit and may have been prompted by his own need for […]