If you haven’t been to Voyager Village lately, you’re in for a “wow!” moment the next time you go. Recent staff changes, facility improvements and menu changes are getting noticed – and this time, for all the right reasons!
Our agent Pat Duffy had the opportunity to dine with a group of 10 friends the night Voyager unleashed its new menu. He said the service was considerably better than it’s been in the past, evidence the staff had been through a 4 week training session. He also noted the food was several steps up, including calamari and mussels mariniere for appetizers; cider and bourbon pork tenderloin and fish tacos for entrees and creme brule for dessert. The new Friday fish fry, which he described as “excellent” uses fresh Lake Superior white fish and a nice light beer batter made with Spotted Cow beer. The fish fry is all-you-can-eat, but his friend said the first portion was more than enough. Speaking of beer, they now have a fairly extensive selection of beer as well. As for cost, he and his wife paid $45 plus tip for one appetizer, two entrees and two drinks a piece. That’s a sweet deal! Here’s a link to their full menu selection:
After feasting on a fine meal, you can put your concerns about an expanding waistline aside. Voyager has a newly remodeled fitness facility like no other in the area. The new fitness room includes a variety of cardio machines and weights and is right across the hall from the sauna. (Did I hear someone say “ahhh”?) The pool is not as deep as it was before, but the new size allows them to have greatly expanded hours, 7 days a week without having to provide a lifeguard. I pinch myself every time I get in the pool. It’s a lucky thing to have such a nice facility in the middle of the North woods. I know I’m not alone in that feeling because I see more and more people there every time I go.
It’s starting to look like Voyager Village is living up to the kind of place we’d all hoped it would be. It’s never too late to be fabulous!