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Compass Rose Lodge

Compass Rose Lodge, will offer 15 beautifully-appointed king and queen bedrooms for those wishing to visit beautiful Huntsville. Creators, Jeff and Bonnie Hyde blending historic and modern elements, have drawn inspiration from Ogden Valley's agricultural and industrious heritage to craft a one-of-kind farm house experience which will wrap its arms around you. With steam-punk elements and modern amenities, you won't forget you're still in the twenty first century during your stay.

Compass Rose Lodge could not be positioned in a better setting to enjoy each season to the fullest. With a wide variety of activities available nearby including skiing, hiking, biking, paddle boarding and golfing, you will not come up short while planning your things-to-do list during your stay. After a long day of activity we invite guests to return to Huntsville Square for some of Ogden Valley's finest food options.

With inviting indoor and outdoor common areas, as well as event spaces, Compass Rose is the perfect venue for relaxing couples retreats, adventurous vacations, and even small business summits.

The onsite Huntsville Astronomic and Lunar Observatory (HALO) will be one of the only amenities of its kind in an easily-accessible downtown setting.  Lodge guests and the community will be able to view neighboring celestial bodies with great detail such as the rings of Saturn or Jupiter's Galilean Moons. Views of spectacular deep sky objects including galaxies, nebulae, and globular clusters await those wishing to peer farther into the heavens. 

First Lift Coffee will serve early birds en route to the mountain seeking the first lift of each ski day, as well as those who enjoy sleeping in, and curling up in a comfortable setting with a warm cup of joe. The coffee shop will offer a complete selection of specialty beverages, along with breakfast and baked items.

First Lift Coffee will serve early birds en route to the mountain seeking the first lift of each ski day, as well as those who enjoy sleeping in, and curling up in a comfortable setting with a warm cup of joe. The coffee shop will offer a complete selection of specialty beverages, along with breakfast and baked items.

In addition, shops in the project may include businesses such as a small café, bakery, brick oven pizza restaurant, ice cream parlor, salon, and gift shop. The project is designed to help preserve and enhance Huntsville’s traditional downtown center by providing a gathering place for the community; offer desired services and amenities closer to home; create part-time job opportunities for Huntsville’s youth; and enhance Huntsville’s vitality. The project will beautify the property and enhance the community's tax base.

Huntsville HISTORY

Historically, Huntsville was a lively community full of pioneers and industrious local businesses. The town was home to numerous markets from the late 1800s to the mid-1900s, including the Wood’s Meat Market, Sorenson Market, and Mckay's Grocery and Confectionary.  Huntsville had a doctor’s office, dentist office, telephone operating office, public hall, two schools, numerous bed and breakfast facilities, an automobile repair garage, as well as gas stations.

Mixed-use development has been implemented in Huntsville and many towns in the American West since the 1800s. 

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Village Square Concept


Village Square Concept



 

Preserving and enhancing the traditional downtown center 

Promoting a sense of community 

Promoting a sense of place 

Enhancing pedestrian and bicycle travel 

Creating part-time job opportunities 

Enhancing Huntsville's vitality