A defunct New England ski area is back on the market after previous attempts to resurrect it failed.
Woodbury Ski Area in Connecticut closed in 2016 due to a lack of snow and has not reopened.
This small ski area is in northwestern Connecticut, about two hours from New York City. A chairlift and multiple surface lifts serviced the skiing and snow tubing operations. Residents referred to it as “Rod’s” after its owner, Olympic skier Rod Taylor.
Taylor opened the resort in 1972 and took pride in Woodbury being the first ski area in Connecticut to open each season. The ski area and tubing hill are separately up for sale.
Woodbury is 21 acres with 300 vertical feet. A double chairlift and five surface lifts service 15 runs.
An amazing opportunity to revitalize a Litchfield County classic destination. All the bones are there waiting for your Vision. This property boasts multiple structures, a commercial kitchen, a residential two-bedroom apartment, and 20 acres of Amazing hillside. Reopen a ski area, start a vineyard or a brewery. The options are endless. The main Adirondack style lodge building offers an open concept with soaring ceilings and ample windows connecting to an expansive deck overlooking the property. The lower level has bathroom facilities and additional space. The property consists of four lots of record totaling 20.62 acres. This grandfathered use allows for many different opportunities including a beginner’s ski school, zip lines, tough mudder races, restaurant and bar, a wedding venue, and much more. Or, build your own residential compound! Many permits have been renewed for the next buyer!