A special time…
Fall at HoneyRock is a special time with beautiful colors, cool temperatures, and a restful atmosphere around camp. This is a great time to enjoy the outdoors at an ideal time of year. We invite you to bring your group up to the North Woods and experience God’s creation in this magnificent season. Fall is a great time of year to connect within your small group or leadership team. By getting away from your normal routine of life, you can accomplish specific goals and/or set the tone for the rest of the year.
Interested in learning more or scheduling a retreat? Great! You can start by contacting us:
Grable Walls - Retreat Group Coordinator
Muhia Karianjahi- Graduate Program and Global Initiatives Manager
The fall season has lots of great activities! Options include:
- Mountain Biking
- Camp fires
- Horseback riding
- Hay Rides
- Indoor/Outdoor climbing
- Overnight trips & camp outs
- Team-building games
- Worship & devotions
We are highly committed to each group that comes to HoneyRock. We will assign a host to each group whom leads and programs your time with us. Our staff are highly trained in group development, safety, and retreat programming. We want to have a relational connection with your group while you stay at HoneyRock.
Pricing and Season
Our two base packages are a 2-night package that includes four meals for $110 per person and a 3-night package that includes seven meals for $160 per person. Both of these packages include a group specific host that will personally help plan and lead your retreat and full use of the HoneyRock facilities. We also have special pricing for Wheaton groups and families with small children.
For the 2014 Fall season we will have the following weekends open:
- September 19-23
- October 3-7 and 10-14
- November 7-11
Housing & Food
We have great housing for groups as well as meeting areas to fit your group size and needs. The new HoneyRock chapel is also open which can accommodate 240+ people and has a prayer room and two large meeting rooms. Our food is uniquely served family style, which promotes community around the table.