Whether you’re coming to Highland for an individual retreat or with a group of 60-100 people, you have options for lodging and gathering at Highland. Our various facilities are spread out over our grounds, allowing a degree of privacy for groups and plenty of outdoor space with forests, trails, streams, and inspiring mountain vistas.
Keep reading for descriptions of our facilities, or jump straight to an availability calendar.
Sleeps up to 60 people in 8 bunk-style bedrooms and 1 motel-style suite. Two spacious meeting rooms; can accommodate up to 100 people when used with other sleeping areas. Heated and air conditioned for comfortable lodging year-round.
Sleeps up to 60 people in 14 motel-style rooms. Two meeting rooms are available, a smaller one for up to 20 people and a larger space for up to 60 people. Heated and air conditioned for comfortable lodging year-round.
For outdoor gatherings, choose from 3 pavilions of various sizes: Sassafras Pavilion, also known as the kitchen deck, (groups of 20-100) and the Tabernacle (groups of 30-250) in the Lower Campground, and Mt. Everett Pavilion (groups of 10-50) in the Upper Campground.
A 2-bedroom cottage located in the lower grounds, near the pool. Dogwood is complete with kitchen, bathroom, and living area, and is heated and air conditioned for comfortable lodging year-round.
Each of the 9 simple A-frame camping cabins has bunk beds for up to 12 people and offers a quaint lodging experience along the stream in the lower camp. Each cabin has electricity, a picnic table, and a fire ring, but no plumbing or AC.
Lower Highland Campground has 17 sites for tent and RV camping, and is primarily used by groups in conjunction with the Tabernacle pavilion. Upper Highland campground has 11 sites for tent and RV camping surrounding the Mt Everett pavilion, and is ideal for individuals or smaller groups.
All kinds of fun recreation options are available on the Highland grounds, from playgrounds to our disc golf course, as well as paid activities like the zip line or climbing tower. Use the buttons below to learn more about what Highland has to offer.
Use the calendar below to see which facilities are booked and which might be available. Note that seasonal facilities are not bookable over the winter, and no facilities are bookable more than 2 years in advance. These calendars are updated about once a week (usually Friday mornings), so it is possible that a facility that appears available has been recently booked. If you request a reservation or a quote, Highland staff will be able to confirm if the dates you are interested in are in fact available.