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Facilities: Blum Lodge

  • Meeting Capacity: Up to 100
  • Sleeping Capacity: 48 (8 bedrooms)
  • Constructed: 1988
  • Power: Electric & Solar
  • Temperature Controls: Heat

Our largest lodge and meeting space, the Blum Lodge features a large meeting room, which can be divided into three smaller spaces, as well as a library. The hardwood floors with rugs make it a flexible space for everything from board meetings and brainstorming sessions to dancing and worship. The Blum Lodge meeting space has two fireplaces, several comfortable couches, tables and chairs available for custom set-up by each group, three pianos, a sound system, and a full kitchen, as well as a coffee and tea bar set-up. There is a projection screen (with projector available), and also a podium and portable altar; on request, our staff can provide homemade bread for a Eucharist.

The Blum Lodge’s large foyer features a building-long stained glass design by world-renowned artist James Hubbell.

Downstairs, the Blum Lodge has 8 bedrooms, which sleep up to 6 in each room in comfortable, sturdy bunkbeds, and two shared restrooms with private stalls and handicap-accessible toilet and showers.


Facilities: Wolterstorff Lodge

  • Meeting Capacity: Up to 40
  • Sleeping Capacity: 24 (4 bedrooms)
  • Constructed: 2008
  • Power: Solar
  • Temperature Controls: Heat

Overlooking the gardens and with a spectacular view of Volcan Mountain, Bishop Wolterstorff Lodge is a bright and inviting space to gather. The meeting space features comfortable couches and chairs, and additional tables and chairs can be custom set-up by each group.  The meeting space also has a piano, kitchenette and coffee/tea bar set-up, and a large, HD television that can be used for presentations, or to display a slideshow or movie. The focal point of the meeting room is a beautiful stonework mosaic fireplace, designed and built by world-renowned artist James Hubbell, and there’s a large deck, perfect to watch the sunset reflected off Volcan Mountain.

There are four sleeping rooms, each with four lower beds and two upper beds, and two shared, handicap accessible restrooms.


Facilities: Lax-Sadler Lodge

  • Meeting Capacity: Up to 40
  • Sleeping Capacity: 28 (6 bedrooms)
  • Constructed: 2010
  • Power: Electric & Solar
  • Temperature Controls: Heat

Tucked into a quiet corner of camp, but still easily accessible to the central campus, Lax-Sadler Lodge features bedrooms with private bathrooms, a large outdoor patio, and a functional meeting space for small and medium-sized groups. Five of six lodge rooms sleep five people, in two bunkbeds and one single bed. The final room features wheelchair accessible space and shower, one bunkbed and one single bed. All lodge rooms have private bath.

The meeting space features comfortable couches and chairs, and additional tables and chairs can be custom set-up by each group.  The meeting space also has a piano, kitchenette and coffee/tea bar set-up, and a large, HD television that can be used for presentations, or to display a slideshow or movie. The focal point of the meeting room is a beautiful stonework mosaic fireplace, designed and built by world-renowned artist James Hubbell,


Facilities: Bergstrom Lodge

  • Meeting Capacity: Up to 40
  • Sleeping Capacity: 12 – 24 (8 bedrooms)
  • Constructed: 2018
  • Power: Electric & Solar
  • Temperature Controls: Heat and Air Conditioning

The newest building at camp, Bergstrom Lodge boasts meeting and sleeping spaces designed for rest and connection. The Horton Meeting Room, with hardwood floors for flexible space use, has incredible views, a coffee bar with sink and refrigerator, a Hubbell-designed fireplace, and seating for 20 with additional folding chairs for up to 40. WiFi and meeting technology are included as well. Another gathering space, the Borsch Library, can be used for personal reading or reflection or small group conversation. Seven of 8 lodge rooms include a double and a single bed with a pull-out chair, comfortably sleeping two adults or a family of 3-4. The final room features wheelchair accessible space and shower and one double bed with pull-out chair. All lodge rooms have private bathrooms.

Indoor spaces aside, Bergstrom Lodge’s prominent features are its outdoor gathering areas, including a Hubbell-designed patio with outdoor firepit, an overlook with built-in benches, and two large decks with rocking chairs.


Facilities: Dining Hall

An airy, inviting space, the Camp Stevens Dining Hall can fit up to 150 guests, at tables that seat ten. Meals are served family-style, and, when there are multiple retreat center groups on-site, the groups eat together in the Dining Hall. Camp Stevens’s food philosophy centers around tasty, hand-made meals that are sourced sustainably and locally (including, as often as possible, eggs from our own on-site chickens, as well as fruits, vegetables, and herbs from our three acres of gardens and farmland) and prepared from scratch. Guests help clear their own plates and share Dining Hall set-up and clean up responsibilities throughout their stay.


Facilities: Chapel

Easily accessible from the main campus, but set apart in the woods, the Chapel of the Transfiguration is an outdoor worship space. Designed by James Hubbell incorporating pieces of the property destroyed in the 2007 fire, and dedicated in 2011, this inviting space includes wooden benches, a baptismal font, an altar, and a labyrinth nearby.


Facilities: Grounds

Camp Stevens is situated on 256 acres of pine-oak woodland, offering scenic overlooks and miles of hiking trails. The central campus is easily walkable, and features a large lawn, pool, and volleyball court. Within a short walk of the central campus, you’ll find hiking trails, an outdoor chapel, labyrinth, tree house, woodburning cob oven, chicken coop, orchard, and two garden. We invite you to explore this peaceful place apart.

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