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Over 15 acres of forest with a beaver ponds, streams, and a scenic lake surround the property. The lodge has a feeling of being in the middle of the woods, but with the advantages of historic downtown Frisco just an easy 15 minute walk away.

 The structure has been restored as it would have been back in the 1800's. New logs were "added" to match the look and feel of the hand-hewn logs of yesteryear, which still adorn the living room and pool table room of the original lodge. The rock fireplace has been restored in the living room, and the original "pot belly" stove is still in use in the pool room. Rocks, fixtures, cabinets,  floors have all been carefully selected and installed to help maintain the ambiance of an 1800's style lodge. In addition, many unique artifacts and antiques from the original "Ophir Lodge" still enhance the interior of the building.

The master bedroom suite adjoins the exterior deck overlooking Bill's Ranch Lake. An enormous rock fireplace gives it the feel of a bygone era. The bathroom is equipped with an old fashioned four-legged tub, separate shower, and his & her sinks. Each of the upstairs bedrooms looks out through large oversized windows. The rooms have private bathrooms, and a gas fireplace to keep each warm and cozy. The two end bedrooms have their own private balconies. The lodge can comfortably sleep up to 12 people.
Sleeping Arrangements:
Master Bedroom: Queen Bed
Bedroom 2: Queen Bed
Bedroom 3: Queen Bed
Bedroom 4: Two Double Beds
Bedroom 5: Two Twin Beds
Sleeping Loft: Two Futon Couches
The central gathering area of the lodge is the kitchen-dining room area. The first kitchen of the original lodge was carefully dismantled and a new one built with all commercial style appliances. Some of the hand hewn logs were used to replace other logs throughout the structure. Cabinets and counters were meticulously assembled in a cabinet shop in East Aurora, New York. Ben Little and Tom Harris built the cabinets then delivered and installed them in the new lodge. A large rock fireplace, with rocks brought in from the same mine as the original fireplace, parallels the large dining room table. A bar-reach through area adjoins the kitchen to the pool table room.

After almost four years of construction, "The Ophir Lodge" is now available to select groups for rentals.

Price - Range per night
Jan - Mar: $800
April - June: $500
July - Sept: $600
Oct - Dec 20th: $500
Dec 21 - Dec 31: $1,200

10% Discount with a week stay


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Jim & Marcia Little