LOUDON, Tenn. — A resort, hunting lodge and farm in Loudon County is planning to expand and offer guests even more to do.
Officials at Windy Hill Farm and Preserve said they are planning a $10 million expansion that would add a restaurant and lodging. They will be set to open next spring, according to officials.
The company also said that it plans to add 25 short-term jobs. They also said that they plan to add 75 more jobs in the next 5 years.
"We're a family farm, family farmers that are interested in the great outdoors, interested in spreading those hobbies and activities," said Steven Brewington, the general manager of the farm. "We're a team of dedicated folks that really want to provide enriching experiences for our guests. We want folks to come."
Officials with the resort also say it also includes 650 acres with 75% of that land dedicated to developing native wildlife habitats. It also offers hiking, tours, archery, beekeeping and cooking classes. They also offer concerts and hunting.