Dining Hall

Our lodge-style dining hall has beautiful dark walnut open-beam construction and offers an wonderful view of the lower lake and covered walking bridge. The dining room will seat up to 200 guests. All meals are served buffet-style by our staff and there are two soda fountains for self-serve refreshments. Coffee is brewing and available at all meal times. Dining options are available upon request.

Cabins & Lodging

Lodging at Twin Lakes consists mainly of split level cabin buildings (top left and lower photos) with two cabin rooms each - there is an outside entrance for each room (Timber and Evergreen Cabins). All cabin-style lodging also features shared fire rings with surrounding patio seating for guests to relax in the evenings.

Additional rooms are within the lodge building (top right), connected to the dining hall and Bridgeview Chapel (Orchard Cabins). About 20 cabin rooms including bathrooms are available for guest group use. All rooms typically accommodate 6-8 adult guests.

Check out our facility map for cabin and lodging placement.


The ARC is the newest facility to Twin Lakes and where you'll likely find your group wanting to hang out! With the Clifty Creek Cafe, Blue Heron Camp Store, gym & Eagles Nest Game Room, there isn't much this building is missing for a great time. The ARC is also where group sessions can be held for larger retreats. Store and coffee shop hours are flexible to your retreat schedule and can be open upon request. A collection of board and card games are also available in the café area for guest use.

Bridgeview & Beechwood Chapels

Bridgeview and Beechwood Chapels provide a smaller setting for group sessions. Bridgeview Chapel, which holds about 100 people, is located within the same building as the dining hall and Orchard Cabins, while Beechwood is next to the Woods Cabins, holds about 60 people and is closer to the hiking trails and Challenge Mountain.

Reach out to us with more questions about our facilities or about planning a retreat!

Explore Twin Lakes

    • Hiking Trails - Twin Lakes has a little over 3 miles of hiking trails including a self-guided prayer walk on property. The trails are perfect for a group hike or a solitary moment during a busy retreat. Guided night hikes are a favorite of campers and retreat guests at Twin Lakes.
    • Lake Activities - Paddle boats and canoes are available to guests at Lower Lake, near the dining hall and covered bridge. Both Upper and Lower Lakes are also full of great fishing spots to enjoy alone or with a friend.
    • Café and Store - Go and visit the Blue Heron Camp Store or Clifty Creek Café where you can grab camp gear, a snack and coffee. Stay a while and choose from a selection of board or card games to play with friends.
    • Challenge Mountain - Make sure to make room for this adventure in your schedule! Complete with high and low ropes courses, a zip line, climbing tower and more, Challenge Mountain has thrills and challenges you won't want to miss!

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