Wesley Forest Lodging
WHITE PINE and HEMLOCK LODGES
Each lodge is designed with two separate sections for sleeping and bathing, with a large meeting room in the center. Each of the two sections for sleeping includes four separate bedrooms, each room having a single bed and bunkbed. The rooms are carpeted and have individual heat control. Each lodge sleeps a total of 24. The bathroom in each section has two sinks, toilets and showers, with one of the bathrooms in each lodge being handicapped accessible. There is a large meeting room in the center of each lodge, with a fireplace and woodstove, several tables and chairs, several pieces of upholstered furniture, a small refrigerator, a snack area, and a large easel with newsprint and markers. There is a VCR and TV available for use in the adjacent dining hall.
PENNS CREEK LODGE / ANNEX
The second floor of Penns Creek Lodge has five bedrooms with three bunkbeds in each, sleeping a total of 30. Each room is individually heated. There is a bathroom, with two showers, toilets and sinks. The first floor is a meeting room with a fireplace and woodstove, cushioned furniture, a full-size refrigerator, a large easel with newsprint and markers, a VCR and TV, and a table and chairs. The second floor Annex has two bedrooms with three bunkbeds in each, sleeping a total of 12. Each room is individually heated. The first floor Annex is a bathroom, with two showers, toilets and sinks. Combined, the Lodge and Annex sleeps 42 people.
LICK RUN CABIN (at Penns Creek)
Lick Run was totally renovated in 1994. It consists of one large heated room with four bunkbeds, and a loft with two single beds. Total sleeping capacity is 10. There is a fireplace with woodstove, and a modern 3/4 bath. There are no refrigeration or cooking facilities in the cabin. If your group is less than 15 people, you may take your meals at the Mussina Dining Hall if another group is sharing the camp. Otherwise, persons staying in this cabin will need to take their meals at nearby community restaurants. If you have questions about the availability of meals, contact the office at Wesley Forest by phoning (570) 922-1348.
WEIKERT RUN CABIN (at Penns Creek)
Weikert Cabin was totally renovated in 1995. It consists of one large heated room with three bunk beds, sleeping a total of 6. It has a modern 3/4 bath. There are no refrigeration or cooking facilities in the cabin. If your group is less than 15 people, you may take your meals at the Mussina Dining Hall if another group is sharing the camp. Otherwise, persons staying in this cabin will need to take their meals at nearby community restaurants. If you have questions about the availability of meals, contact the office at Wesley Forest by phoning (570) 922-1348.
Each of the 11 unheated cabins sleep a total of nine persons, with four bunkbeds and a single bed in each cabin. Cabins are available from May 1 through May 30, and after Labor Day through October 15. A large, unheated public bathhouse is used by all guests using the cabins. Unless other groups are sharing the camp, groups of 15 or less reserving the cabins will need to take their meals at area restaurants. If another group is sharing the camp, meals may be taken at Mussina Dining Hall. If you have questions about the availability of meals, contact the office at Wesley Forest by phoning (570) 922-1348.
ADDITIONAL FACILITY SPACE
PAVILION - Our spacious open air pavilion is centrally located on Wesley Forest. It is a great spot for large group gatherings and celebrations. A charcoal grill and fire circle with benches are available for use. 15 large picnic tables are available for use and kerosene lamps will light your way during evening activities
PENNS CREEK PAVILION - This 3 sided pavilion has 6 picnic tables and a covered charcoal grill. It's near Weikert Run and Penns Creek bodies of water and near of some of the best trails on camp. Located next to the Arts and Crafts Center this pavilion could be used as additional space for any kind of event, family gathering or church picnic.
ARTS & CRAFTS CENTER - This building originally was the garage for Penns Creek Lodge. Currently 5 very large craft tables sit where the limousines used to park. This building has lots of space for crafts and other large projects. A local school group uses it at their "science lab" for their Outdoor Education class. Located next to the Penns Creek Pavilion, this space can be utilized in many ways!
DINING HALL- The Dining Hall is a large multi-purpose room. It can fit nearly 200 guests at round tables seating 7-8 each for meals. Take away the tables and it becomes a lecture hall, an indoor Movie Theater, a worship area and a rainy day recreation area. Delicious and nutritious meals are served 3 times a day with plenty of mealtime options to suit the pickiest of eaters. A large porch offers benches for the best of porch talks. Like many homes, the dining area hosts a lot of action and conversation throughout the day.
LOW ROPES CHALLENGE COURSE
Available May 1 to June 1 and September 1 to October 31. The program is led by a trained facilitator. Please contact the Wesley Forest Site Director for scheduling inquiries. Designed for 8 to 16 participants, the course is comprised of numerous stations requiring physical exertion and creative thinking to accomplish the goal of each station. The program emphasizes communication skills and group cooperation rather than individual accomplishment.
All meals will be prepared and served in Mussina Dining Hall by the food service staff. Guests will set their own tables, serve the food family style, clear and wipe clean their own tables. Dining will be with other groups who have reserved other facilities.
Please no personal pets on site. Service animals are welcome.
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