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After the death of her mother, teenager Skye returns with her father to North Star Lodge, the family-owned hotel where her mother was raised years earlier, to get a fresh start. She quickly makes friendships with the locals who live in and work at the country lodge. Skye must rely on her new friends for help when she finds out that her father plans on selling the lodge. Because it contains so many memories for her family, Skye becomes determined to change her dad's mind and keep the hotel in the family.

Latest episodes

aired 744 days ago
Skye works hard to pull off the big concert that could ultimately save the lodge, and Sean tries to rebuild his friendships.
aired 745 days ago
Ben finds out that Sean is trying to convince Skye to sell the lodge, and races off to warn her.
aired 750 days ago
Now that "My Amazing Life" is no longer filming at the lodge, Skye decides to take her friends on a camping trip; meanwhile, Oz reveals a secret about Kaylee.
aired 750 days ago
When Ben quits working at the lodge, Skye decides to stop filming for "My Amazing Life."
aired 754 days ago
Skye and Sean try to keep a secret from everyone but Danielle learns the truth; Kaylee hits it off with Oz but Noah is suspicious.
aired 761 days ago
Sean and Ben enter the regional mountain bike qualifiers and Josh and Skye cheer them on; Noah and Kaylee hold concert auditions.
aired 768 days ago
Ben's ex shows up at the lodge and Danielle arranges a double date to sabotage Skye and Ben's "relationship."
aired 775 days ago
Ben and Skye pretend to date; Skye offers Sean a part time job at the lodge; Grandpa Patrick gives Skye her mom's diary.
aired 777 days ago
After the loss of her mother, 15-year-old Skye returns with her father to North Star Lodge, the family-owned country hotel where her mother was raised years ago.
aired 778 days ago
Skye talks her dad into postponing the sale of the lodge and enlists the help of her new friends to give it a makeover.

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