Exodus has been conceived as an upscale wilderness retreat to be advanced through the enhancement of facilities at Wawaitin Holiday Park® and the integration of services now offered by WildExodus Outfitting®. This will be achieved through the development of land abutting the existing operation and the construction thereon of approximately 745 square meters of overnight accommodations and related amenities for 40 - 60 guests. Although the Resort will be small, it will provide exclusive luxuries, impeccable service, beautiful decor, and a unique experience. The small size will enhance the feeling of personalized attention and intimacy. The sophisticated travelers that visit Resort Exodus will be provided with the first rate service that they expect - airport pickups, multilingual service, bed turn downs, and so on. Unique dining opportunities will be provided too - offering local specialties such as wild game and fresh fish. Meeting facilities will be provided for small groups conducting executive retreats and workshops. Excursions will also be available to local attractions, such as tours of the Timmins Underground Gold Mine Tour and the Shania Twain Centre. As important as the luxuries will be, Resort Exodus will offer something unique to their guests. Lifelong memorable experiences will set Exodus apart from other resorts. Guests will be encouraged to try new unusual sporting activities, to experience the local North American Native culture, and get into nature. Specialization and innovative programming will be the unique selling point that leads to the success of Resort Exodus. Aggressive promotion guidelines for the programs to be offered are described further in the Marketing Plan.
A Plan to Enhance Facilities at Wawaitin Holiday Park
A proposal is being considered by the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resource for the purchase of additional lands adjacent to those now owned by this firm.
The purpose is as stated above, enhancements are generally to include overnight roofed accommodations for 40-60 guests and related facilities.
An additional 20 - 40 hectares of land will be required to fulfill the building and servicing needs of the proposed enhancements.