|Campuestuhan Highland Resort|
|The Log Cabin|
Founded and established by businessman Ricardo “Cano” Tan just a couple of years ago, it was initially designed to be a retirement haven for Cano, his wife Nita and his family whenever they wanted to seek shelter from the hustle and bustle of city life. Later, Cano decided to open the place to the public in order for them to also avail of the cool atmosphere that they were enjoying.
The resort offer visitors, in various strategic locations within the compound, a chance to have their photos taken with cool life-size statues of movie icons such as the dinosaurs of Jurassic Park; alien cyborgs (Predator); Marvel super heroes such Superman, Spiderman and Captain America; basketball star Michael Jordan; Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs; Elvis Presley and many more.
The statue also has a spacious room inside, with bed and table, which guests may use if they so wish.
It also suddenly gives out, via a sound system, a deep, loud and throaty growl. Around the statue are several damaged replicas of aircraft such as a Huey helicopter and a United States Air Force jet fighter, destroyed by the giant gorilla while evading his captors.
|The Rope Course|
The Rope Course, another great feature, challenges guests to complete the course without falling off a series of planks, tires, ropes, etc. elevated 10 ft. from the ground.
If one slips and falls, a harness will safely catch you. Just like the zipline, sports shoes are required if one wants to try out the rope course. Horseback riding is also offered (PhP150 for 15 mins.), around a safe course, with free lessons in mounting and reining. Sports shoes are also required if one wants to go horseback riding.
|The Hanging Bridge|
|Horseback Riding Field|
The resort’s new 100 m. long hanging bridge, on suspension cables, offers a spectacular view of Bacolod City, Talisay City, Silay City and even, on clear days, the coastlines of western Negros and the far-off islands of Guimaras and Iloilo.
On its eastern side, you will enjoy the lovely mountain ranges of Mt. Patag and Mandalagan. The hanging bridge's sides are lined with 4-ft. high trusses made of huge crisscrossed ropes designed to prevent one from going off the bridge.
|The resort's pavilion|
The resort's very cozy 2-storey pavilion has a restaurant, offering a wide array of seafood and native delicacies at very reasonable prices, that can seat nearly 200 guests and and function rooms, on the second floor, that can be used to hold private events or big celebrations such as weddings and events held by business establishments.
There are two swimming pools within the resort compound. The old pool is located at the western section of the resort, near the hanging bridge. The new footprint-shaped swimming pool, situated near the giant King Kong statue, has a 4-ft. deep adult pool at the sole while the 5 toes act as the kiddie pool, with depths of 2 to 3.5 feet of water. Beside this pool is a new 2-storey shoe-shaped house which has accommodations for guests at the upper floor and a shower room and toilet at the lower floor.
|Swimming pools and the Shoe House|
|The children's playground|
The very colorful and safe Dumbo mini-train is another new attraction for both the kids and kids-at-heart (PhP20 per passenger for a 5-min. ride). Bonita Huts, a series of detached overnight accommodations, are designed to resemble the abodes of Hobbits of the Kingdoms of Middle Earth (featured in the Lord of the Rings series).
How to Get There: The 1-hr. Brgy. Alangilan route, from Bacolod City, is better than the Brgy. Concepcion, Talisay City route.