- Privately owned, public-use airport located two nautical miles north of the central business district of Canadensis in Barrett Township.A locally owned garden center offering personal service and advice. Seasonal merchandise and decorations spring through Christmas.7-week co-ed sleep-away camp. Campers ages 7-16. Sports, outdoor adventure, art, music, STEM.Jams, jellies, and maple syrup for sale are made here on the premises. Dutch Hill Preserves is a registered family-run maple syrup producer.These are not towns per se, but the Villages of Barrett Township: an amalgamation of Canadensis, Mountainhome, Cresco, Skytop, and Buck Hill Falls, all in a six-mile line.Rustic wooden cottages surrounded by forest, wrapped around a mountain stream. Outdoor pool, fireplaces, playground.1912 church in tiny mountain town. Garden ceremony site, cocktail area. Indoor reception hall with stunning archways and lush greenery. Traditional, micro, elopement packages.What’s better than an obstacle course, ziplining, rock climbing, archery tag, & paintball, all at the spectacularly beautiful Skytop Lodge?Reservations are strongly recommended at the restaurant at the lovely Frogtown Inn in Canadensis. New American casual fine dining.Combo diner, deli, and convenience store. Breakfast and lunch, take-out, everything homemade daily, including pies and baked goods.Butter Bistro at Frogtown Inn Bed & Breakfast offers Butter’s Beverage Garden with barbeque, beverages, and bocce in the summertime.Rustic B&B in turn-of-the-century farmhouse. Beautiful grounds, comfortable rooms, great breakfast. Rocking chair porch.Intimate weddings of up to 50 guests. The inn itself can accommodate 25 guests for a destination wedding. A beautiful gazebo and garden area lends itself perfectly to your ceremony.Chapel in the Pines and Pavilion in the Pines are part of Tall Timber and make your dream barn wedding in the woods beautiful.Dining room in luxury resort hotel open to the public. Reservations suggested. Resort casual dress code. $$$$Mount Wismer abuts 170-acres of Gravel Family Nature Preserve. Hardwood forest, open fields, hiking trails, a variety of wildflowers.This collection of villages offer a diner, a deli, a pizza place, and a prepared foods store. Choose from a resort taphouse, a country inn, or a down-home joint.