Activities one can partake in at our facility include;
Primarily open on weekends from 10am till 6pm, our seven-foot deep pool is ideal for a quick dip or for a long day of swimming and relaxing at the poolside. We host parties and other group events at the poolside. Please contact us for more information.
Fee: ¢40.00 per adult. ¢25.00 per child
Stone Lodge is also an excellent venue for biking enthusiasts. You can rent a bike to ride around our large compound. You can also bring your own bike for riding around our compound or the surrounding areas.
Fee: ¢20.00 per bicycle per hour
Stone Lodge is home to several species of exotic birds and butterflies. Bird-watching enthusiasts can watch various species of birds including Double spurred Francolins, Brown and Blackcap Babblers, Yellow-crowned Gonoleks, Piapiacs, and many brightly colored parrots. The Stage in the Park is a great vantage point to experience these beautiful animals.
Fee: Free. We do not provide bird watching equipment.
The Lodge and its surroundings offer an ideal landscape for hiking and mountain-climbing. The Lodge is surrounded by many hills and mountains including Borhunyo, Lorlorvor, Okwenya, and Osuyongwa. Guests cannot only view these hills and mountains from their porches but can also climb them.
You can engage in simple traditional games available at the leisure of individuals and small groups of people. We have in store games such as Ludo, Oware, Draught, Playing Cards etc for your enjoyment at Stone Lodge.
- Table Tennis
- Soft Archery
- Velcro Dart
There is so much to indulge in at the countryside. For one, what’s not to love about a picnic date with loved ones in the heart of nature. Bask in the ambience, the sunlight, the fresh air, the scenic environment, the yummy food and of course, the wonderful conversation. Book a picnic at Stone Lodge today. Contact us for available packages.
Shai Hills Resource Reserve
The Shai Hills Resource Reserve is a resource reserve located in Doryumu in the Shai Osudoku District all in the Greater Accra Region. The area was declared Forest Reserve in 1962 with area of 47 square kilometres (4,700 ha; 18 sq mi) which was later extended to 51 square kilometres (5,100 ha; 20 sq mi) in 1973. It was made a Game Production Reserve in 1971. The protected area was home to the Shai people before they were ejected by the British in 1892, remains of Shai peoples works can still be found at the reserve. A mosaic of forest covers the 5 separate hills in the reserve, while grassland and low dry forests are found in intervening canyons. Baboons, green monkeys, antelopes, zebras, mammals, reptiles and over 172 bird species have been identified in the reserve.
- Rock climbing
- Nature Walk (Hiking)
- Game Viewing
- Bird Watching
- Exploring the caves
Contact: 024 724 1073
Working Hours: 6:00am – 5:00pm