Gerry Geletzke advised us in a comment on the Fonro page that the area was later renamed Cole Creek. It operated as a year-round resort but in the winter it had: “three primary ski trails, three rope tows and a couple of smaller trails through the woods (loosely six or seven ski runs total).”
Gerry added, “They had a main lodge with a bar, kitchen, dining room, a wonderful central fireplace and a dance floor. They also had two separate lodging accommodations (an A-frame and a B-frame) and a travel trailer. It also had a swimming pool, and a small barn. The property had extensive snowmobile trails, deer blinds, a grass aircraft landing strip and an old rundown house in the woods. On weekends they would have live bands perform and the lodge was usually packed.”
If you have any memories Cole Creek, either skiing in the winter or in any other season, Please let us know by posting a comment or sending us a message via the instructions on the About MILSAP page.