Boyne Highlands and Boyne Mountain Announce Plans to Temporarily Cease Resort Operations
Boyne Highlands in Harbor Springs and Boyne Mountain of Boyne Falls today announced plans to temporarily cease regular operations.
The resorts will close slope operations at 4:30 p.m. on Sunday, March 15. Hotel guests will depart the property by checkout at 11 a.m. on Monday, March 16.
The resorts plan to reopen this spring, but an official date is not yet available.
For Boyne Highlands Resort, the closure comes two weeks ahead of its annual spring shutdown. For Boyne Mountain Resort, this is the first closure for the property since the mid-90s.
"This has been a difficult decision and one that we have not made without hours of careful deliberation," said Mike Chumbler, president and general manager of Boyne Highlands Resort. "For a number of reasons, we feel this is the right decision and look forward to welcoming guests this spring."
"It goes without saying that this is an unprecedented event, for the country, the world, and for our resort," said Ed Grice, president and general manager of Boyne Mountain Resort.
Both resorts are offering guests full refunds or the ability to move their reservation and rebook.