Retreat Buildings and Camping
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Koinonia is a place that renews and feeds both body and soul. We tailor your experience to meet your specific needs. You are also welcome to develop your own plan for your time here.
Family Centers 1 and 2
The Family Center (also known as Two Family Camp) consists of two adjoining private cabins, conveniently located on the trail leading to the Chapel in the Pines, the campground and waterfront areas. Each cabin has ten bunk beds and a cozy living room with a fireplace and has individual privacy. For large groups or families, there is an adjoining door that can be opened to accommodate a larger number of people.
Across from the beach, this cabin is in a lovely secluded spot, on a hill overlooking the lake. The Lakeside has 12 beds and three bathrooms, and is wonderful for a slightly larger group.
The building includes a full basement space for programs and games, and space for outdoor relaxing on the deck or having meals on the picnic table.
The options are endless in this great cabin.
The Asdal House
The Asdal House, built in 1963 to house Koinonia's Resident Manager, John Asdal and his wife, Dorothy, has undergone various improvements over the years, and recent renovations have restored it to a lovely building with a home-like atmosphere. The house has three bedrooms, a large living room with fireplace, full bath, and a roomy kitchen with all modern amenities and a dining area for plenty of guests. There's an outdoor patio connected to the kitchen, and the house is conveniently close to the main entrance.
Camping in Family Camp
Are you looking for that "back to basics" experience? Our family campground is the place for you! We have 10 sites available at a cost of $30 per night. Each site comes equipped with a fire ring, a picnic table, and water access, bring your own tent. Outhouses and a Shower House are available. Access to our beautiful 1,200 acres for hiking and exploring, and the lake, with boating, fishing, swimming, and kayaking, are included in the campground rates! Our sites are considered primitive camping.