The Old Lodge is the oldest building on our campus, having
been built around 1928. It is a log
building constructed of old logs that were salvaged from original settlers
cabins and structures up river from Grand Oaks.
Many of the logs and all trim boards are of walnut and close inspection
reveals the scoring from the broad axes used to hew them out. The great room seats up to 50 persons and
features a large stone fireplace that is fully functional. Tables and chairs are provided and a large
covered wrap around deck sheltered by the great oaks complete the setting. Being somewhat isolated from the rest of the
campus makes this a very unique and inviting venue.
There is a small kitchenette just off the great room that
includes a small refrigerator, a stove top, sink and microwave. We also provide a Bunn coffee maker. There is vintage dishware available for use
There is also a single restroom in the space opposite the
The Old Lodge is air conditioned and heated for three season
use. The building rental is for up to a
24 hour period. Supporting churches are
charged $40.00 and other groups $50.00.