FARMINGTON, Pa.—A southwestern Pennsylvania resort has broken ground on a new, larger ski lodge to replace one destroyed in a February fire.

Officials at Nemacolin Woodlands Resort say the new Sundial Ski Lodge at Mystic Mountain will be 6,000 square feet larger than the lodge that burned on Feb. 12. The new lodge will include bowling alleys, arcade games and a larger restaurant.

The ski lodge is but a small part of the sprawling 2,000-acre resort in Fayette County, about 40 miles south of Pittsburgh. The resort includes two golf courses, two five-star hotels, condos, townhouses, dining and a private airstrip.

Nemacolin officials hope to open the new lodge in December.