Designed by architect Ken Kern and built in the late '60s, the Stone House is ideal for small retreats and meetings or as part of larger gatherings. A round building with stone walls, seven bedrooms with semi-private bathrooms, a large central room with a hearth in the middle, a carpeted living room, and a small kitchen, the Stone House has an overnight capacity of 17 and a meeting capacity of 25. Bedrooms can either be fully made with linens and towels or left bare, depending on the needs of the group. Some rooms have bunk beds, others have two twin beds, and one has a double bed. Click here for the floor diagram.
For individuals and families: Individual rooms in the Stone House can be rented for personal and family retreats. Click here for more information.
The Stone House can be rented on its own for small groups or together with other facilities for larger gatherings and events. Our A-frame Cabins are located close to the Stone House, so for example, if you have a group of 24 people, 17 can stay in the Stone House, 4 can stay in A-frame Cabins, and 3 can camp on our grounds.