Clark Lodge was built in 1955 in memory of Harry R. Clark and Elma Clark’s parents. It contains a full service kitchen, tables and chairs, a beautiful working stone fireplace, and ample space to suit your needs. Clark Lodge is handicap accessible and will accommodate up to 120 people, which makes it the perfect gathering place for large groups and for indoor weddings. Clark Lodge does not have air conditioning or heat. Please contact us if you have specific questions about the handicap accessibility of Clark Lodge.
Quaker Knoll House
The Quaker Knoll House was erected in 1995. It is handicap accessible upstairs, except for the showers. It has four bedrooms furnished with bunk beds and trundle beds, two full bathrooms, a full service kitchen, central air conditioning and heat, a finished basement, and a large front porch. The Quaker Knoll House sleeps 20 people and is perfect for reunions, retreats, and other gatherings for small groups. Contact us if you have specific questions about the handicap accessibility of the Quaker Knoll House.
Quaker Knoll Cabins
There are a total of 10 cabins on the campgrounds. There are four cabins for boys on one side of the campgrounds, and six more cabins for girls on the other. Each cabin sleeps eight. All cabins contain bunk beds and mattresses. The cabins do not have air conditioning or heat. There is a central bathhouse on the property in between the two sets of cabins. There are separate sides for men and for women. The bathhouse contains toilets, sinks, and shower stalls on each side and does not have air conditioning or heat.
More Outdoor Fun
Amphitheater & Fire Rings
There are 2 fire rings on the Quaker Knoll property. One near Clark Lodge and the
Quaint Small Gazebo
Quaker Knoll has a gazebo near Clark Lodge that has been a popular location for outdoor weddings.