Sunny Hill Golf CourseThis same year the remodeling of the Main House and Annex took place. These were part of the original property. Furnishings were updated and the exterior of both buildings were resurfaced. They were renamed the Viking Main and Viking Annex in honor of the family's Norwegian heritage.
For the 1969 season, Bungalow B and the old Arendal Motel were taken down and were replaced by a new 8 unit Arendal which was named after Peter Nicholsen's hometown in Norway.
The 70’sIn 1972-73 Bungalow E was demolished and replaced with the Country Squire motel. This was the last accommodation constructed giving Sunny Hill exactly 100 rooms. It was named after the surrounding area.
The next five years proved to be difficult with the State of New York mandating waste treatment plants, costing Sunny Hill valuable land and a great deal of money which halted the implementing of new projects.
The 80’sIn the mid 80's, New York State mandated new standards for water filtration. For 5 years now, Sunny Hill has had to conform with new regulations and expensive new equipment to meet those standards each year. All this work has been at a cost of over $150,000.00 and is still ongoing.
Further along came the picnic Pavilion at Lake Loree, the Sunny Hill Trolley, the Fire Engine, the Merry Go Round, the Doodle Bug and new buses to transport our guests to and from various day trips.
For our fitness minded guests, there is a hiking trail around Lake Loree, about a half mile long.
The Entertainment Center, under the GarWayne Hall, is complete with miniature golf, bocci ball courts, video games and a pool table.