CABIN - EXTERIOR
CABIN - BUNK ROOM
CABIN - BATHROOM 1
CABIN - BATHROOM 2
INFIRMARY - EXTERIOR
INFIRMARY - BEDROOM 1
INFIRMARY - BEDROOM 2
LODGE - EXTERIOR
LODGE - BEDROOM
LODGE - BATHROOM
LODGE - DOWNSTAIRS
LODGE - KITCHEN
ADVENTURE CAMP 1
ADVENTURE CAMP 2
In our quest to provide radical hospitality to all guests and retreat groups, it is vitally important to our mission that we seek to provide comfort and relaxation for the duration of your stay with us. The lodging options include:
- Twenty-four air-conditioned cabins, with each cabin including four bunk beds, two showers, two sinks, and two restroom stalls.
- Clyde and Mary Hall Lodge and Louise Sharpe Health Center, both of which contain two private rooms that include two single beds and a private bathroom.
- “The Resting Place”, a place of Sabbath and solitude for all church workers and leaders to come and retreat, with no fee required.
- Adventure Camp treehouse cabins, which are equipped with 30 total beds, several restrooms, outdoor showers, and its own kitchen and dining hall space. Adventure Camp is open-air and solar powered, offering a more rustic camp experience.
As you consider the type of meeting space you would like to have for your event as well as the needs of your group, whether it be a youth retreat, staff meeting, or school field trip, just know that a variety of spaces are available for your group to benefit from.
- The Chapel is a popular worship venue that holds 250-300 people and includes bathrooms, a kitchenette, sound and video systems, and a back patio containing a fire pit perfect for bonfires and s’mores.
- The Lodge, which holds 50-70 people, contains private rooms, an upstairs and downstairs meeting space, bathrooms, as well as a fully-functioning kitchen.
- JC Taylor Conference Room and the Sally J. Stephens Dining Hall, where meals prepared by our amazing food service staff are served to your pleasure.
- Vesper Hill, a beloved space at camp that has served as the primary place of outdoor worship for summer campers and staff members for nearly 75 years.
CHAPEL - EXTERIOR
CHAPEL - MAIN ROOM
CHAPEL - FOYER
CHAPEL - BACK PATIO
CHAPEL - FIRE PIT
CONFERENCE ROOM - EXTERIOR
CONFERENCE ROOM - INTERIOR
DINING HALL - EXTERIOR
DINING HALL - INTERIOR
HIGH ROPES COURSE
LOW ROPES COURSE
CANOEING & KAYAKING
QUAY'S PLACE GIFT SHOP
QUAY'S PLACE GIFT SHOP
Another important aspect of designing your own retreat experience is to determine what camp amenities you would like to be included. Activities include:
- The High Ropes Course, which consists of a climbing wall, play pen, rappelling tower, and four elements.
- The Low Ropes Course, which is designed to build community and encourage team-building amongst groups, consists of eight elements.
- Lake activities such as zip lining, canoeing, and kayaking.
- Other amenities include an athletic field, archery range, seasonal swimming pool, bonfires, and hayrides.
- As you seek to build onto your retreat experience for your group, you may also choose to visit the Quay’s Place gift shop or the Snack Shack. The Snack Shack area contains several fun activities, such as basketball, 4-square, ping pong, checkers and chess sets, corn hole, and gaga ball.
All guest groups must fill out an Event Contract as well as abide by the Guest Group Policies. After reviewing the group policies, we also ask groups to sign the Policy Acceptance Form.
For more information on rates and how to book your event, email email@example.com.
“The staff was great and the food they prepared was delicious.”
Guest Group Member