Escape to Your Cabin in the Woods

Our simple, wood-heated cabins are on the edge of central campus, footsteps away from trails that snake through our 230 acres of woods and meadows. Similar to cabins you might find in Yosemite or California State Parks, or at an old-fashioned family camp, our cabins are rustic and cozy.

Our West Side Cabins can accommodate up to six people each, in bunk beds and a couch futon.  Each have a wood burning stove. Picnic tables are scattered about for your meals.These are perfect for a family or group of friends to retreat to after a day on the river or hiking in the Sierra.

Our A-Frame Cabins are on the East Side of campus, steps away from the Stone House. Each A-Frame can accommodate two people in twin beds on either side of the central wood stove. Each A-frame has two small desks with chairs and shelves built into the slanted walls. These are popular for private retreats for individuals or couples, seeking a quiet, woodsy break from the busy world.

Both groups of cabins (East and West Sides) have shared bathhouses a few steps away.

For individuals and families: West Side Cabins and A-frames can be rented for personal and family retreats though HipCamp.

For Retreats and other group rentals: We have eight West Side Cabins and twelve A-Frames, for a total of 64 beds. Cabins and A-frames can be rented individually or as one unit, depending on the size and needs of your group.

These cabins were once dorms for students of John Woolman School and the Woolman Semester School.  Today they are enjoyed by folks who are looking for an escape from the city to a quite place in the woods, and as a base camp for Sierra recreation.