Sleepy Hollow Inn, Ski and Bike Center
David Enman, Sandra Enman, Molly Enman Peters, and Eli Enman
427 Ski Lodge Dr. – Huntington, Vermont 05462
Pictured above from top left going clockwise:
Sandy Enman (Mom and owner), Aunt Lindsay (Aunt and childcare specialist), David Enman (Dad and owner), Eli Enman (Son and General Manager), Kasie Enman (Daughter-in-law and Mountain Race Director), Acadia Enman (Eli and Kasie’s daughter), Ansel Enman (Eli and Kasie’s son), Mya Peters (Molly and Jason’s daughter), Molly Peters (Daughter and Event Coordinator), Jason Peters (Son-in-Law who tries to stay out of the family business) Not pictured: Levi Peters (Molly and Jason’s son who is hiding in the house).
Sleepy Hollow History
Sleepy Hollow Inn, Ski and Bike Center was purchased by the Enman Family in 1999. After a complete lodge renovation in 2000, the ski area and inn opened for business in December, 2000. Sleepy Hollow was formerly the Sherman Hollow Ski Area (1978-1993), which featured a 3km lighted loop (on the Ridge Road trail), a 50 seat restaurant, and an outdoor hot tub.
Sleepy Hollow now offers 35 km of cross country skiing in winter, and mountain biking and hiking in the summer. The lodge was renovated to include 8 guest rooms, and a sauna was built. Butternut Cabin, originally constructed in 1980 was rehabilitated as well, and offers gorgeous view of Camel’s Hump. The Round Barn Event Center was completed in June, 2006, and the Pavillion was built in the spring of 2008. Both the Round Barn and Pavilion were designed and built by owner Dave Enman. Sleepy Hollow now hosts numerous weddings and group events in both summer and winter.