Jackson Farmhouse for rent this winter

ABR is pleased to announce a brand new ski rental available November 1, 2021. The house is located 1/2 mile from the ABR trail head. This is a unique ABR rental and like no other ski rental.

To carry on the Erwin Township legacy of JK Jackson and this historic 1911 site, we have named this house JK Jackson Historic Farm House. John K Jackson and his wife Hannah owned Jackson Logging and Bridge Construction Company. This farm is directly across the street from my family’s Korkiamaki Farm and Erwin Central School ( and future historic museum). My great Uncle Leonard and Aunt Alma worked for JK. 

The house is fully furnished and sleeps 5 ( Bedroom 1 down – queen, bedroom 2 up – full, bedroom 3 – single). One bathroom. The house is self service – you bring your towels, bedding and pillows. There is a spacious sitting room and living room, a game room for kids and a beautiful home office with original wood flooring. A new SMART TV for streaming or music, DVD player with movie /library and free WiFi. The kitchen has been updated with gorgeous hickory cabinets  and fully stocked with new kitchenware.

We are seeking to rent this warm and quaint farmhouse with 40 acres for the entire ski season. If we are unsuccessful, we will post the farmhouse on AirBB starting November 1, 2021. 

Serious interested skiers should contact my brother Scott at s.anderson09@hotmail.com. Please do not call ABR. 

Wednesday 7 PM

I am just coming from checking trails again and with the steady rain, the trails are  melting out  in the low areas. I put my arm in the hat and I am not pulling any Rabbits out! We are closed for skiing for the season. It is with deep remorse that  we close. It was a great winter with all the challenges we had with late snow, COVID precautions, 2 weeks of cold, but we provided some great skiing and are happy to have made in into our year 27th year Thank you all for your support. Season passes and lodging for next year is available over the phone.

Check out our Non Profit Foundation “Anderson Bluffs and River  Trails Foundation” for the evolution of ABR Trails. The Foundations vision is to : “SUSTAIN ABR LEGACY AS THE THE MIDWESTS PREMIER NORDIC SKI DESTINATION FOR GENERARATIONS TO COME AND CONNECT ABR TRAILS TO THE LARGER COMMUNITY” We had our first event 2 weeks ago as project connect, a relay from ABR to the southern extremes and then back thru ABR, to the Woodward Trail and Miners Memorial Heritage Park and on to Wolverine and the Iron Belle Trail

Anderson Bluff & River Trail Foundation Inc.

Wednesday 4 PM

We had 5 skiers out this morning , at 10 AM it started to rain. There is still snow on the trails, and the River is rising. We need to see the outcome from tonight and the Thursday morning weather events and temps to see if we can groom and ski Friday, Thursday skiing does not look good, stay tuned for Thursday afternoon reports for skiing on Friday. We are open Thursday with expected poor to fair conditions. If we are able to groom Friday AM we are back to decent conditions.

Wednesday 7 AM

I taking my second day off from grooming in 21 days; feels a bit strange. I checked the trails this morning and with the warm temps I decided to stay off of them today no grooming. I see “Rain” is forecast today, hopefully it turns to snow so we can groom again. Trails are still open for skiing.