Council Grove Accommodations

Accommodations in Council Grove

Bedroom
Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
The SpaceA converted sample house on the Santa Fe Trail, this 600 sq. ft.cottage is the perfect romantic getaway. In this one of a kind cottage, you will enjoy a HUGE Whirlpool tub, Large shower stall, and bidet, along with a King size bed and kitchenette. Guest Access24/7 access to the Main Lobby and Breakfast/Hospitality room. Owners always on site Interaction with GuestsYou will be given complete privacy during your stay. If you need us we are only a phone call away The NeighborhoodThis beautiful little cottage is located 1 block off main street. Council Grove is located in the magnificent Flint Hills of Kansas, and just 15 miles North of the Tallgrass Prairie Preserve. Also enjoy 24 historic sites located here in town. Our lovely little town is also on the National Historic Downtown Register! Getting AroundYou are within walking distance of almost all attractions! Other Things to NoteWe offer Dinner either in the main dining room or in the comfort of your cottage. Dinner is $100 per couple, if you have dietary restrictions, just let us know. Breakfast is also available to be served in your cottage for just $20.
Home/Apartment
2br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Parking
  • Swimming Pool
The SpaceStone cabin with plenty of natural light in the lobby and scenic views. A rustic feel with modern luxuries such as heating, air-conditioning, private bathrooms and small kitchen area. You’ll feel like you’ve stepped back in time to your first day of summer camp – The only differences being that no one here is telling you when to go to bed and they probably didn’t allow alcohol at your summer camp! Though, naps are still encouraged! Many come for the serene, spiritual atmosphere and others come to take part in our outdoors amenities. There are two sleeping rooms with 8 bunk beds each + 2 bathrooms with two sinks, toilet and shower. Large windows in adjoining living area w/sm kitchen. What the cabin’s lack in flare, we make up for with amenities and Guest Access. 6 sets of linens, cooking and eating utensils, coffee and coffee pot, grilling utensils and charcoal grill (bring your own charcoal), indoor fireplace, outdoor fire pit with firewood (bring your own matches), extra stacking chairs, and more! Some cabins have better wifi than others. Our main buildings and outdoor patio have good internet access. This is a non-profit summer camp location with capacity for up to 96 people for overnight lodging. There are four small cabins that each house up to 16 guests. One additional cabin that houses up to 32 guests and an apartment that houses 2-6 people. You’ll fall in love with all of the natural beauty of the lake and flint hills landscape. It's a wonderful place to hike, relax, play and unwind. Guest Access1. You are welcome to wander our 168 acres of land and over 3 miles of lakeshore. 2. Your cabin rental includes access to the in-ground swimming pool when in season. You can swim in our cove as long as you wear a lifejacket for safety. You may put your boat in the water at the marina and tie it up to our dock. If you’ve got a state fishing license, feel free to try your lock as you’ve got plenty of lake access. 3. For those wishing to relax or get in touch with nature, we have a few hiking trails, 8 fire pits, outdoor observation tower, pavilion, outdoor chapel, small stone labyrinth, picnic area and amphitheatre. 4. We provide some basic sports equipment and outdoor games to compliment our Gaga Pit (AKA Octaball or Israeli Dodgeball), sand volleyball pit, basketball court, kickball/softball backstop, playground, tetherball, horseshoes, shuffleboard, cornhole, ladder golf and giant jenga. Please have fun challenging your fellow travelers to some friendly competition. 5. You may also choose to rent discs to play our 9-hole disc golf course, or bring your own. 6. Schedule your group to challenge our low ropes course, high ropes challenge course and ZIPLINES! We charge extra for this. 7. You may decide to book certain activities ahead of time such as kayaks/canoes, archery, Pontoon boat rides, Prairie surfing, hayrack rides, movie night, game night, counselor-facilitated activities, s’mores kits, and more. Interaction with GuestsAs host and director of the camp, I live in a house on the grounds. I’ll be here to check you in, or one of our friendly staff will help you get settled. During your stay, either I or one of our staff (who live only a few miles away) will be on call to assist you with anything you might need. I’m very easy going and enjoy getting to know the interesting people that pass through here. Though I generally keep to myself so you can enjoy taking in the sights, don’t hesitate to say “hello!” or ask about our camp. I’d be happy to facilitate any activity for your group with enough prior notice. You can reach me by Airbnb messages, e-mail or my cell phone (text or call). The NeighborhoodThe neighborhood consists of some deer, birds, fish and other critters. How can we complain about that?! This is a beautiful country setting right in the middle of Council Grove Reservoir in the heart of the Kansas Flint Hills. Our cabins are spaced so that, even if there are other guests, you’ll have plenty of space and a feeling of seclusion. You can barely hear the highway. 23 minutes down the gravel road you’ll find the historical town of Council Grove – home of the Hays House, the Flint Hills Discovery Center, plenty of trails and the river walk – just to name a few. They have a few fast food places and local diners, but not much in the way of nightlife. You’ll have to travel a 45 minutes to Manhattan for that. Getting AroundWMC is located on the peninsula surrounded by the Council Grove Reservoir across from the Council Grove Marina and Riche Cove. Take Hwy 177 until you reach Ave. K. Head West on Avenue K for 1.5 miles until you reach 1050 Rd (there’s an old schoolhouse on the corner and a sign reading “White Memorial Camp 4.2 miles”) Drive south on 1050 road for 4.2 miles, past the “Dead End” sign and follow that road into camp. WMC is the dead end. TAKE CARE OF YOUR TIRES. PLEASE DRIVE SLOWLY DOWN THE GRAVEL ROADS. Given the nature of the roads, covered in sharp flint rocks, you don’t want to risk a flat tire by driving too fast. We have seen our fair share of tire troubles. You’re almost here! You’ll drive past a stone gate and follow the curved road toward the right. As you drive into camp, you’ll pass the director’s house, which will be on your left, you’ll go right along the forked road and continue into the camp. On your right will be an outdoor chapel area. You’ll reach a fork in the road with a wooden “Parking” sign. Don’t park there yet! Turn left and head to the office down the gravel road (northeast). You’ll see 2 large buildings. The one on your right is our Dining hall. The one on the left is our office building and there is a sign out front labeling it as such. This is where you will go to check in. All of these reference points are very close together so it can be easy to miss. Feel free to call the Director or the Office if you need directions. Please check out our map online, or have one sent to you. Once you’ve arrived, please check in at the Office before heading to your cabin or using the facilities. My favorite part of driving to the cabins is popping up over a hill when you're almost here and seeing the lake on all three sides of you. Breathtaking! Other Things to NoteDon’t feel like cooking? Let us do it for you! Our cooks can whip up your favorite meals in our dining hall. As a camp and retreat center we are used to catering large groups, and small private meals. If you’re interested in meals, we’ll need at least a week’s notice so we can plan the menu and order food. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit camp and we use money earned from these activities to help fund our summer programming for youth of all ages and adults with intellectual disabilities and developmental disabilities. As one of our cabin’s is Pet Friendly, there is a chance that there there may be a small dog on campus during your stay though it should remain on a leash so as to not interrupt your visit.
Home/Apartment
2br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Parking
  • Swimming Pool
The SpaceStone cabin with plenty of natural light in the lobby and scenic views. A rustic feel with modern luxuries such as heating, air-conditioning, private bathrooms and small kitchen area. You’ll feel like you’ve stepped back in time to your first day of summer camp – The only differences being that no one here is telling you when to go to bed and they probably didn’t allow alcohol at your summer camp! Though, naps are still encouraged! Many come for the serene, spiritual atmosphere and others come to take part in our outdoors amenities. There are two sleeping rooms with 8 bunk beds each + 2 bathrooms with two sinks, toilet and shower. Large windows in adjoining living area w/sm kitchen. What the cabin’s lack in flare, we make up for with amenities and Guest Access. 6 sets of linens, cooking and eating utensils, coffee and coffee pot, grilling utensils and charcoal grill (bring your own charcoal), indoor fireplace, outdoor fire pit with firewood (bring your own matches), extra stacking chairs, and more! Some cabins have better wifi than others. Our main buildings and outdoor patio have good internet access. This is a non-profit summer camp location with capacity for up to 96 people for overnight lodging. There are four small cabins that each house up to 16 guests. One additional cabin that houses up to 32 guests and an apartment that houses 2-6 people. You’ll fall in love with all of the natural beauty of the lake and flint hills landscape. It's a wonderful place to hike, relax, play and unwind Guest Access1. You are welcome to wander our 168 acres of land and over 3 miles of lakeshore. 2. Your cabin rental includes access to the in-ground swimming pool when in season. You can swim in our cove as long as you wear a lifejacket for safety. You may put your boat in the water at the marina and tie it up to our dock. If you’ve got a state fishing license, feel free to try your lock as you’ve got plenty of lake access. 3. For those wishing to relax or get in touch with nature, we have a few hiking trails, 8 fire pits, outdoor observation tower, pavilion, outdoor chapel, small stone labyrinth, picnic area and amphitheatre. 4. We provide some basic sports equipment and outdoor games to compliment our Gaga Pit (AKA Octaball or Israeli Dodgeball), sand volleyball pit, basketball court, kickball/softball backstop, playground, tetherball, horseshoes, shuffleboard, cornhole, ladder golf and giant jenga. Please have fun challenging your fellow travelers to some friendly competition. 5. You may also choose to rent discs to play our 9-hole disc golf course, or bring your own. 6. Schedule your group to challenge our low ropes course, high ropes challenge course and ZIPLINES! We charge extra for this. 7. You may decide to book certain activities ahead of time such as kayaks/canoes, archery, Pontoon boat rides, Prairie surfing, hayrack rides, movie night, game night, counselor-facilitated activities, s’mores kits, and more. Interaction with GuestsAs host and director of the camp, I live in a house on the grounds. I’ll be here to check you in, or one of our friendly staff will help you get settled. During your stay, either I or one of our staff (who live only a few miles away) will be on call to assist you with anything you might need. I’m very easy going and enjoy getting to know the interesting people that pass through here. Though I generally keep to myself so you can enjoy taking in the sights, don’t hesitate to say “hello!” or ask about our camp. I’d be happy to facilitate any activity for your group with enough prior notice. You can reach me by Airbnb messages, e-mail or my cell phone (text or call). The NeighborhoodThe neighborhood consists of some deer, birds, fish and other critters. How can we complain about that?! This is a beautiful country setting right in the middle of Council Grove Reservoir in the heart of the Kansas Flint Hills. Our cabins are spaced so that, even if there are other guests, you’ll have plenty of space and a feeling of seclusion. You can barely hear the highway. 23 minutes down the gravel road you’ll find the historical town of Council Grove – home of the Hays House, the Flint Hills Discovery Center, plenty of trails and the river walk – just to name a few. They have a few fast food places and local diners, but not much in the way of nightlife. You’ll have to travel a 45 minutes to Manhattan for that. Getting AroundWMC is located on the peninsula surrounded by the Council Grove Reservoir across from the Council Grove Marina and Riche Cove. Take Hwy 177 until you reach Ave. K. Head West on Avenue K for 1.5 miles until you reach 1050 Rd (there’s an old schoolhouse on the corner and a sign reading “White Memorial Camp 4.2 miles”) Drive south on 1050 road for 4.2 miles, past the “Dead End” sign and follow that road into camp. WMC is the dead end. TAKE CARE OF YOUR TIRES. PLEASE DRIVE SLOWLY DOWN THE GRAVEL ROADS. Given the nature of the roads, covered in sharp flint rocks, you don’t want to risk a flat tire by driving too fast. We have seen our fair share of tire troubles. You’re almost here! You’ll drive past a stone gate and follow the curved road toward the right. As you drive into camp, you’ll pass the director’s house, which will be on your left, you’ll go right along the forked road and continue into the camp. On your right will be an outdoor chapel area. You’ll reach a fork in the road with a wooden “Parking” sign. Don’t park there yet! Turn left and head to the office down the gravel road (northeast). You’ll see 2 large buildings. The one on your right is our Dining hall. The one on the left is our office building and there is a sign out front labeling it as such. This is where you will go to check in. All of these reference points are very close together so it can be easy to miss. Feel free to call the Director or the Office if you need directions. Please check out our map online, or have one sent to you. Once you’ve arrived, please check in at the Office before heading to your cabin or using the facilities. My favorite part of driving to the cabins is popping up over a hill when you're almost here and seeing the lake on all three sides of you. Breathtaking! Other Things to NoteDon’t feel like cooking? Let us do it for you! Our cooks can whip up your favorite meals in our dining hall. As a camp and retreat center we are used to catering large groups, and small private meals. If you’re interested in meals, we’ll need at least a week’s notice so we can plan the menu and order food. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit camp and we use money earned from these activities to help fund our summer programming for youth of all ages and adults with intellectual disabilities and developmental disabilities. As One of our cabin’s is Pet Friendly, there is a chance that there there may be a small dog on campus during your stay though it should remain on a leash so as to not interrupt your visit.
Home/Apartment
4br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Parking
  • Swimming Pool
The SpaceExplore the scenic prairie surrounded by a beautiful reservoir. Located in the heart of the Flint Hills, our quaint cabins each house up to 16 people in bunk beds and provide comfortable spacious lobbies for gathering. Great for small parties, families, or weekend retreats. Stone cabin with plenty of natural light in the lobby and scenic views. A rustic feel with modern luxuries such as heating, air-conditioning, private bathrooms and small kitchen area. You’ll feel like you’ve stepped back in time to your first day of summer camp – The only differences being that no one here is telling you when to go to bed and they probably didn’t allow alcohol at your summer camp! Though, naps are still encouraged! Many come for the serene, spiritual atmosphere and others come to take part in our outdoors amenities. There are four sleeping rooms with 8 bunk beds each + 4 bathrooms with sinks, toilet and shower. Large windows in adjoining living area w/sm kitchen. This cabin has a large firepit. It has a full kitchen and plenty of activity room. What the cabin’s lack in flare, we make up for with amenities and Guest Access. 6 sets of linens, cooking and eating utensils, coffee and coffee pot, grilling utensils and charcoal grill (bring your own charcoal), indoor fireplace, outdoor fire pit with firewood (bring your own matches), extra stacking chairs, and more! Some cabins have better wifi than others. Our main buildings and outdoor patio have good internet access. This is a non-profit summer camp location with capacity for up to 96 people for overnight lodging. There are four small cabins that each house up to 16 guests. One additional cabin that houses up to 32 guests and an apartment that houses 2-6 people. You’ll fall in love with all of the natural beauty of the lake and flint hills landscape. It's a wonderful place to hike, relax, play and unwind. Guest Access1. You are welcome to wander our 168 acres of land and over 3 miles of lakeshore. 2. Your cabin rental includes access to the in-ground swimming pool when in season. You can swim in our cove as long as you wear a lifejacket for safety. You may put your boat in the water at the marina and tie it up to our dock. If you’ve got a state fishing license, feel free to try your lock as you’ve got plenty of lake access. 3. For those wishing to relax or get in touch with nature, we have a few hiking trails, 8 fire pits, outdoor observation tower, pavilion, outdoor chapel, small stone labyrinth, picnic area and amphitheatre. 4. We provide some basic sports equipment and outdoor games to compliment our Gaga Pit (AKA Octaball or Israeli Dodgeball), sand volleyball pit, basketball court, kickball/softball backstop, playground, tetherball, horseshoes, shuffleboard, cornhole, ladder golf and giant jenga. Please have fun challenging your fellow travelers to some friendly competition. 5. You may also choose to rent discs to play our 9-hole disc golf course, or bring your own. 6. Schedule your group to challenge our low ropes course, high ropes challenge course and ZIPLINES! We charge extra for this. 7. You may decide to book certain activities ahead of time such as kayaks/canoes, archery, Pontoon boat rides, Prairie surfing, hayrack rides, movie night, game night, counselor-facilitated activities, s’mores kits, and more. Interaction with GuestsAs host and director of the camp, I live in a house on the grounds. I’ll be here to check you in, or one of our friendly staff will help you get settled. During your stay, either I or one of our staff (who live only a few miles away) will be on call to assist you with anything you might need. I’m very easy going and enjoy getting to know the interesting people that pass through here. Though I generally keep to myself so you can enjoy taking in the sights, don’t hesitate to say “hello!” or ask about our camp. I’d be happy to facilitate any activity for your group with enough prior notice. You can reach me by Airbnb messages, e-mail or my cell phone (text or call). The NeighborhoodThe neighborhood consists of some deer, birds, fish and other critters. How can we complain about that?! This is a beautiful country setting right in the middle of Council Grove Reservoir in the heart of the Kansas Flint Hills. Our cabins are spaced so that, even if there are other guests, you’ll have plenty of space and a feeling of seclusion. You can barely hear the highway. 23 minutes down the gravel road you’ll find the historical town of Council Grove – home of the Hays House, the Flint Hills Discovery Center, plenty of trails and the river walk – just to name a few. They have a few fast food places and local diners, but not much in the way of nightlife. You’ll have to travel a 45 minutes to Manhattan for that. Getting AroundWMC is located on the peninsula surrounded by the Council Grove Reservoir across from the Council Grove Marina and Riche Cove. Take Hwy 177 until you reach Ave. K. Head West on Avenue K for 1.5 miles until you reach 1050 Rd (there’s an old schoolhouse on the corner and a sign reading “White Memorial Camp 4.2 miles”) Drive south on 1050 road for 4.2 miles, past the “Dead End” sign and follow that road into camp. WMC is the dead end. TAKE CARE OF YOUR TIRES. PLEASE DRIVE SLOWLY DOWN THE GRAVEL ROADS. Given the nature of the roads, covered in sharp flint rocks, you don’t want to risk a flat tire by driving too fast. We have seen our fair share of tire troubles. You’re almost here! You’ll drive past a stone gate and follow the curved road toward the right. As you drive into camp, you’ll pass the director’s house, which will be on your left, you’ll go right along the forked road and continue into the camp. On your right will be an outdoor chapel area. You’ll reach a fork in the road with a wooden “Parking” sign. Don’t park there yet! Turn left and head to the office down the gravel road (northeast). You’ll see 2 large buildings. The one on your right is our Dining hall. The one on the left is our office building and there is a sign out front labeling it as such. This is where you will go to check in. All of these reference points are very close together so it can be easy to miss. Feel free to call the Director or the Office if you need directions. Please check out our map online, or have one sent to you. Once you’ve arrived, please check in at the Office before heading to your cabin or using the facilities. My favorite part of driving to the cabins is popping up over a hill when you're almost here and seeing the lake on all three sides of you. Breathtaking! Other Things to NoteDon’t feel like cooking? Let us do it for you! Our cooks can whip up your favorite meals in our dining hall. As a camp and retreat center we are used to catering large groups, and small private meals. If you’re interested in meals, we’ll need at least a week’s notice so we can plan the menu and order food. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit camp and we use money earned from these activities to help fund our summer programming for youth of all ages and adults with intellectual disabilities and developmental disabilities. As One of our cabin’s is Pet Friendly, there is a chance that there there may be a small dog on campus during your stay though it should remain on a leash so as to not interrupt your visit.
Home/Apartment
2br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Parking
  • Swimming Pool
The SpaceExplore the scenic prairie surrounded by a beautiful reservoir. Located in the heart of the Flint Hills, our quaint cabins each house up to 16 people in bunk beds and provide comfortable spacious lobbies for gathering. Great for small parties, families, or weekend retreats. Stone cabin with plenty of natural light in the lobby and scenic views. A rustic feel with modern luxuries such as heating, air-conditioning, private bathrooms and small kitchen area. You’ll feel like you’ve stepped back in time to your first day of summer camp – The only differences being that no one here is telling you when to go to bed and they probably didn’t allow alcohol at your summer camp! Though, naps are still encouraged! Many come for the serene, spiritual atmosphere and others come to take part in our outdoors amenities. There are two sleeping rooms with 8 bunk beds each + 2 bathrooms with two sinks, toilet and shower. Large windows in adjoining living area w/sm kitchen. What the cabin’s lack in flare, we make up for with amenities and Guest Access. 6 sets of linens, cooking and eating utensils, coffee and coffee pot, grilling utensils and charcoal grill (bring your own charcoal), indoor fireplace, outdoor fire pit with firewood (bring your own matches), extra stacking chairs, and more! Some cabins have better wifi than others. Our main buildings and outdoor patio have good internet access. This is a non-profit summer camp location with capacity for up to 96 people for overnight lodging. There are four small cabins that each house up to 16 guests. One additional cabin that houses up to 32 guests and an apartment that houses 2-6 people. You’ll fall in love with all of the natural beauty of the lake and flint hills landscape. It's a wonderful place to hike, relax, play and unwind. Guest Access1. You are welcome to wander our 168 acres of land and over 3 miles of lakeshore. 2. Your cabin rental includes access to the in-ground swimming pool when in season. You can swim in our cove as long as you wear a lifejacket for safety. You may put your boat in the water at the marina and tie it up to our dock. If you’ve got a state fishing license, feel free to try your lock as you’ve got plenty of lake access. 3. For those wishing to relax or get in touch with nature, we have a few hiking trails, 8 fire pits, outdoor observation tower, pavilion, outdoor chapel, small stone labyrinth, picnic area and amphitheatre. 4. We provide some basic sports equipment and outdoor games to compliment our Gaga Pit (AKA Octaball or Israeli Dodgeball), sand volleyball pit, basketball court, kickball/softball backstop, playground, tetherball, horseshoes, shuffleboard, cornhole, ladder golf and giant jenga. Please have fun challenging your fellow travelers to some friendly competition. 5. You may also choose to rent discs to play our 9-hole disc golf course, or bring your own. 6. Schedule your group to challenge our low ropes course, high ropes challenge course and ZIPLINES! We charge extra for this. 7. You may decide to book certain activities ahead of time such as kayaks/canoes, archery, Pontoon boat rides, Prairie surfing, hayrack rides, movie night, game night, counselor-facilitated activities, s’mores kits, and more. Interaction with GuestsAs host and director of the camp, I live in a house on the grounds. I’ll be here to check you in, or one of our friendly staff will help you get settled. During your stay, either I or one of our staff (who live only a few miles away) will be on call to assist you with anything you might need. I’m very easy going and enjoy getting to know the interesting people that pass through here. Though I generally keep to myself so you can enjoy taking in the sights, don’t hesitate to say “hello!” or ask about our camp. I’d be happy to facilitate any activity for your group with enough prior notice. You can reach me by Airbnb messages, e-mail or my cell phone (text or call). The NeighborhoodThe neighborhood consists of some deer, birds, fish and other critters. How can we complain about that?! This is a beautiful country setting right in the middle of Council Grove Reservoir in the heart of the Kansas Flint Hills. Our cabins are spaced so that, even if there are other guests, you’ll have plenty of space and a feeling of seclusion. You can barely hear the highway. 23 minutes down the gravel road you’ll find the historical town of Council Grove – home of the Hays House, the Flint Hills Discovery Center, plenty of trails and the river walk – just to name a few. They have a few fast food places and local diners, but not much in the way of nightlife. You’ll have to travel a 45 minutes to Manhattan for that. Getting AroundWMC is located on the peninsula surrounded by the Council Grove Reservoir across from the Council Grove Marina and Riche Cove. Take Hwy 177 until you reach Ave. K. Head West on Avenue K for 1.5 miles until you reach 1050 Rd (there’s an old schoolhouse on the corner and a sign reading “White Memorial Camp 4.2 miles”) Drive south on 1050 road for 4.2 miles, past the “Dead End” sign and follow that road into camp. WMC is the dead end. TAKE CARE OF YOUR TIRES. PLEASE DRIVE SLOWLY DOWN THE GRAVEL ROADS. Given the nature of the roads, covered in sharp flint rocks, you don’t want to risk a flat tire by driving too fast. We have seen our fair share of tire troubles. You’re almost here! You’ll drive past a stone gate and follow the curved road toward the right. As you drive into camp, you’ll pass the director’s house, which will be on your left, you’ll go right along the forked road and continue into the camp. On your right will be an outdoor chapel area. You’ll reach a fork in the road with a wooden “Parking” sign. Don’t park there yet! Turn left and head to the office down the gravel road (northeast). You’ll see 2 large buildings. The one on your right is our Dining hall. The one on the left is our office building and there is a sign out front labeling it as such. This is where you will go to check in. All of these reference points are very close together so it can be easy to miss. Feel free to call the Director or the Office if you need directions. Please check out our map online, or have one sent to you. Once you’ve arrived, please check in at the Office before heading to your cabin or using the facilities. My favorite part of driving to the cabins is popping up over a hill when you're almost here and seeing the lake on all three sides of you. Breathtaking! Other Things to NoteDon’t feel like cooking? Let us do it for you! Our cooks can whip up your favorite meals in our dining hall. As a camp and retreat center we are used to catering large groups, and small private meals. If you’re interested in meals, we’ll need at least a week’s notice so we can plan the menu and order food. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit camp and we use money earned from these activities to help fund our summer programming for youth of all ages and adults with intellectual disabilities and developmental disabilities. As One of our cabin’s is Pet Friendly, there is a chance that there there may be a small dog on campus during your stay though it should remain on a leash so as to not interrupt your visit.
house
1br house
    Located in Bend’s Historic Westside, walking distance to beautiful Drake Park and downtown with its great dining, coffee shops, bakeries, gourmet grocery stores and many other conveniences. This newly-remodeled, clean and spacious, one bedroom house sleeps up to four people in a relaxing and private setting. A new fence around the entire property creates privacy. Your getaway is located on a residential street with on-site parking. You will find it light, bright and updated with all the amenities you need for a comfortable home-away-from-home stay. Enjoy a gas fireplace, 32-inch cable television and DVD library, free high-speed wireless internet acces, games, books, fully stocked kitchen, washer/dryer and all the little things that make you feel at home. Whether you're headed to a concert at the Les Schwab Amphitheater, dining at one of Bend's incredible restaurants, enjoying the Munch and Music concert series in the park, attending Indie films at the BendFilm Festival, or enjoying one of our other outdoor festivals, you can do it all without getting into your car. Additional amenities include: games, video library:, outdoor features, ...more, broadband access:, in-house modem with wireless router, direct (wired) connection available., additional 40-square-foot storage room allows you to keep you bicycles, skiis, snowboards or any other gear with you in the house, but out of your way!, wireless internet:, communications, queen size beds (1) brand new sealy posturepedic, sleep sofa or futons (1) queen size futon couch converts easily into a comfortable queen bed. (real queen mattress), fully fenced yard, hi-speed, dedicated, secure, wireless internet access., garden chairs:, lawn / garden, 4. Located in Bend’s Historic Westside, walking distance to beautiful Drake Park and downtown with its great dining, coffee shops, bakeries, gourmet grocery stores and many other conveniences. This newly-remodeled, clean and spacious, one bedroom house sleeps up to four people in a relaxing and private setting. A new fence around the entire property creates privacy. Your getaway is located on a residential street with on-site parking. You will find it light, bright and updated with all the amenities you need for a comfortable home-away-from-home stay. Enjoy a gas fireplace, 32-inch cable television and DVD library, free high-speed wireless internet acces, games, books, fully stocked kitchen, washer/dryer and all the little things that make you feel at home. Whether you're headed to a concert at the Les Schwab Amphitheater, dining at one of Bend's incredible restaurants, enjoying the Munch and Music concert series in the park, attending Indie films at the BendFilm Festival, or enjoying one of our other outdoor festivals, you can do it all without getting into your car. Additional amenities include: games, video library:, outdoor features, ...more, broadband access:, in-house modem with wireless router, direct (wired) connection available., additional 40-square-foot storage room allows you to keep you bicycles, skiis, snowboards or any other gear with you in the house, but out of your way!, wireless internet:, communications, queen size beds (1) brand new sealy posturepedic, sleep sofa or futons (1) queen size futon couch converts easily into a comfortable queen bed. (real queen mattress), fully fenced yard, hi-speed, dedicated, secure, wireless internet access., garden chairs:, lawn / garden, 4.
    Bedroom
    2br Bedroom
    • Wifi
    • Parking
    • Swimming Pool
    The SpaceA modern, rustic, cozy apartment with full kitchen, central air and heating and surrounded by scenic views. 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, living room and kitchen. Each room can sleep up to 3 as they have a full size bed with a twin size bed lofted above. Each room has a closet. Linens are provided and wifi is available. The bathroom has sink, toilet and bathtub/shower. Many come for the serene, spiritual atmosphere and others come to take part in our outdoors amenities. Cooking and eating utensils, coffee and coffee pot, grilling utensils and charcoal grill (bring your own charcoal), outdoor fire pit nearby with firewood (bring your own matches), and more! This is a non-profit summer camp location with capacity for up to 96 people for overnight lodging. There are four small cabins that each house up to 16 guests. One additional cabin that houses up to 32 guests and an apartment that houses 2-6 people. You’ll fall in love with all of the natural beauty of the lake and flint hills landscape. It's a wonderful place to hike, relax, play and unwind. Guest Access1. You are welcome to wander our 168 acres of land and over 3 miles of lakeshore. 2. Your cabin rental includes access to the in-ground swimming pool when in season. You can swim in our cove as long as you wear a lifejacket for safety. You may put your boat in the water at the marina and tie it up to our dock. If you’ve got a state fishing license, feel free to try your lock as you’ve got plenty of lake access. 3. For those wishing to relax or get in touch with nature, we have a few hiking trails, 8 fire pits, outdoor observation tower, pavilion, outdoor chapel, small stone labyrinth, picnic area and amphitheatre. 4. We provide some basic sports equipment and outdoor games to compliment our Gaga Pit (AKA Octaball or Israeli Dodgeball), sand volleyball pit, basketball court, kickball/softball backstop, playground, tetherball, horseshoes, shuffleboard, cornhole, ladder golf and giant jenga. Please have fun challenging your fellow travelers to some friendly competition. 5. You may also choose to rent discs to play our 9-hole disc golf course, or bring your own. 6. Schedule your group to challenge our low ropes course, high ropes challenge course and ZIPLINES! We charge extra for this. 7. You may decide to book certain activities ahead of time such as kayaks/canoes, archery, Pontoon boat rides, Prairie surfing, hayrack rides, movie night, game night, counselor-facilitated activities, s’mores kits, and more. Interaction with GuestsAs host and director of the camp, I live in a house on the grounds. I’ll be here to check you in, or one of our friendly staff will help you get settled. During your stay, either I or one of our staff (who live only a few miles away) will be on call to assist you with anything you might need. I’m very easy going and enjoy getting to know the interesting people that pass through here. Though I generally keep to myself so you can enjoy taking in the sights, don’t hesitate to say “hello!” or ask about our camp. I’d be happy to facilitate any activity for your group with enough prior notice. You can reach me by Airbnb messages, e-mail or my cell phone (text or call). The NeighborhoodThe neighborhood consists of some deer, birds, fish and other critters. How can we complain about that?! This is a beautiful country setting right in the middle of Council Grove Reservoir in the heart of the Kansas Flint Hills. Our cabins are spaced so that, even if there are other guests, you’ll have plenty of space and a feeling of seclusion. You can barely hear the highway. 23 minutes down the gravel road you’ll find the historical town of Council Grove – home of the Hays House, the Flint Hills Discovery Center, plenty of trails and the river walk – just to name a few. They have a few fast food places and local diners, but not much in the way of nightlife. You’ll have to travel a 45 minutes to Manhattan for that. Getting AroundWMC is located on the peninsula surrounded by the Council Grove Reservoir across from the Council Grove Marina and Riche Cove. Take Hwy 177 until you reach Ave. K. Head West on Avenue K for 1.5 miles until you reach 1050 Rd (there’s an old schoolhouse on the corner and a sign reading “White Memorial Camp 4.2 miles”) Drive south on 1050 road for 4.2 miles, past the “Dead End” sign and follow that road into camp. WMC is the dead end. TAKE CARE OF YOUR TIRES. PLEASE DRIVE SLOWLY DOWN THE GRAVEL ROADS. Given the nature of the roads, covered in sharp flint rocks, you don’t want to risk a flat tire by driving too fast. We have seen our fair share of tire troubles. You’re almost here! You’ll drive past a stone gate and follow the curved road toward the right. As you drive into camp, you’ll pass the director’s house, which will be on your left, you’ll go right along the forked road and continue into the camp. On your right will be an outdoor chapel area. You’ll reach a fork in the road with a wooden “Parking” sign. Don’t park there yet! Turn left and head to the office down the gravel road (northeast). You’ll see 2 large buildings. The one on your right is our Dining hall. The one on the left is our office building and there is a sign out front labeling it as such. This is where you will go to check in. All of these reference points are very close together so it can be easy to miss. Feel free to call the Director or the Office if you need directions. Please check out our map online, or have one sent to you. Once you’ve arrived, please check in at the Office before heading to your cabin or using the facilities. My favorite part of driving to the cabins is popping up over a hill when you're almost here and seeing the lake on all three sides of you. Breathtaking! Other Things to NoteDon’t feel like cooking? Let us do it for you! Our cooks can whip up your favorite meals in our dining hall. As a camp and retreat center we are used to catering large groups, and small private meals. If you’re interested in meals, we’ll need at least a week’s notice so we can plan the menu and order food. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit camp and we use money earned from these activities to help fund our summer programming for youth of all ages and adults with intellectual disabilities and developmental disabilities. As One of our cabin’s is Pet Friendly, there is a chance that there there may be a small dog on campus during your stay though it should remain on a leash so as to not interrupt your visit.
    Home/Apartment
    1br Home/Apartment
    • Pets Allowed
    Located in Bend’s Historic Westside, walking distance to beautiful Drake Park and downtown with its great dining, coffee shops, bakeries, gourmet grocery stores and many other conveniences. This newly-remodeled, clean and spacious, one bedroom house sleeps up to four people in a relaxing and private setting. A new fence around the entire property creates privacy. Your getaway is located on a residential street with on-site parking. You will find it light, bright and updated with all the amenities you need for a comfortable home-away-from-home stay. Enjoy a gas fireplace, 32-inch cable television and DVD library, free high-speed wireless internet acces, games, books, fully stocked kitchen, washer/dryer and all the little things that make you feel at home. Whether you're headed to a concert at the Les Schwab Amphitheater, dining at one of Bend's incredible restaurants, enjoying the Munch and Music concert series in the park, attending Indie films at the BendFilm Festival, or enjoying one of our other outdoor festivals, you can do it all without getting into your car. Additional amenities include: games, video library:, outdoor features, ...more, broadband access:, in-house modem with wireless router, direct (wired) connection available., additional 40-square-foot storage room allows you to keep you bicycles, skiis, snowboards or any other gear with you in the house, but out of your way!, wireless internet:, communications, queen size beds (1) brand new sealy posturepedic, sleep sofa or futons (1) queen size futon couch converts easily into a comfortable queen bed. (real queen mattress), fully fenced yard, hi-speed, dedicated, secure, wireless internet access., garden chairs:, lawn / garden, 4.
    Farmhouse
    4br Farmhouse
    • Parking
    • Wifi
    Set up for the whole family, plus Grandpa & Grandma, make memories at the lake! The full kitchen is completed with a grill on the deck. An extra refrigerator in the garage will help with groceries and cold drinks. Enjoy our neighborhood restaurant if you prefer. The two docks on the water front are your personal spaces to enjoy the water your way - enjoy the view, fish a bit or float on your tube. Bring your water shoes and life vests for lake fun. There's a rainy day option with a pool table and foosball table in the garage. Crank your favorite tunes with Pandora on the TV and cheer on your favorite team on the satellite TV. Plenty of parking is available on the green space outside the drive. There is a washer / dryer in the garage. Let us know if there is any special way we can prepare for your stay. The barn and a lake deck is handicap accessible. Check in is 3 pm and check out is 11am.
    Cabin
    2br Cabin
    • Parking
    • Wifi
    Some vacation spots take your breath away-- this one makes you take a deep breath, relax, and bask in nature's beauty at its best. The two-story cabin's ground floor has a large open concept kitchen, dining room and living room. The ground floor half-bath also offers full laundry facilities. Off the dining room, an enclosed sun porch provides gorgeous views through hardwood trees down to the water. Upstairs features two very large bedrooms (with queen size beds), and each bedroom opens onto a covered deck that runs the length of the cabin. There is also a sitting room and a full bathroom between the two bedrooms and a loft area with a daybed in the second bedroom. The cabin sleeps six comfortably. The outside stairway leads to a private dock right on the spring-fed lake where you and your guests can enjoy a full range of activities including swimming, fishing, boating, and picnic lunches while soaking up sunshine on the sparkling blue water.
    Boat
    4br Boat
    • Parking
    • Wifi
    Come and relax while you discover nature at its finest at our cabins at Lake Wabaunsee. Lake Wabaunsee is a beautiful, clear, spring-fed lake in Northeast Kansas. This cabin is a completely furnished luxury cabin that sleeps six on the upper level. The upper level features three bedrooms, two full bathrooms (including an in-suite bathroom in the master bedroom), a spacious living room, an eat-in kitchen, a laundry room with a full-size washer and dryer, a front entry porch, and a spacious back deck with a scenic lake view. An added bonus for this cabin is the boat house. This space has a rustic feel to it and features a loft with three queen-sized air mattresses. This makes an for ideal location in which teenagers can hang out. Have more than six in your group? No problem-- the lower level features an additional bedroom and bathroom, as well as a living, dining, and kitchen area. It also features covered and open-air decks which overlook the lake. The lower level can accommodate an additional four people comfortably. This cabin is located at an ideal spot on the lake to watch the slow parade of boats that cruise around the lake. This cabin and boathouse are in a 'no wake' cove across from the free swimming beach. The docks provide easy access to boats for the passengers.
    Cabin
    3br Cabin
    • Wifi
    New log cabin home with solar-heated sun porches. Comfortable and spacious, it has rustic beams, stained glass windows and a great front porch. The property is in the Flint Hills of Kansas. This is the part of the country where the 'Buffalo Roam.' It has a beautiful master bedroom with open rustic beams and a private balcony overlooking the Flint Hills , where there is not another road for 4 miles.
    Cabin
    2br Cabin
    • Parking
    • Wifi
    This is brand new 2 bedroom 2 bath log sided cabin on the lake. It has a cathedral ceiling and high beams in the living room. It has wonderful covered deck complete with an out door kitchen. It has natural gas (not propane) grill with plenty of counter space for food preparation. There are stainless steel kitchen appliances and granite counter tops. The bedrooms are large each with a private bath and tiled showers.