Designed by James Hubbell, the Chapel of the Transfiguration was rebuilt after the 2007 fire, and is now a bright, welcoming space for groups or private mediation. A nearby labyrinth is open for individual use at any time.
Archery, Swimming, Hiking Trails, Climbing Wall, Ropes Courses, Campfires, Arts and Crafts, Garden Tours.
This comfortable facility was completed in 1987 and features a beautiful James Hubbell stained-glass window that spans the length of the entry alcove. Upstairs there is a large meeting room that can accommodate up to 150 guests. It can be divided into 3 smaller meeting spaces if needed. The lodge also includes 2 fireplaces, 3 pianos, a small kitchenette for snacks, and a library that may also be used as meeting space. Restrooms and the coffee bar, located in the entry alcove, are accessible from each of the meeting areas.
The lower floor of Blum Lodge sleeps 48 persons in 8 rooms. Each room is fitted with 3 wooden bunk beds. There are large, wheelchair accessible men's and women's restrooms located across the hallway.