The season at Mountain Top Experience generally runs each year from April through mid-November.*

* Bookings for non-ministry related stays are only available for days between June 15 through August 15 and for October. Exceptions to this can be made if guests will attend at least one hour of Christian programming during their stay in order to fulfill our ministry requirements.


Here are a few facts about the cabins to help you choose which one is right for you:

FYI:  Mountain Top Experience has total lodging space for up to 43 people (depending on availability).

Best for groups: The House of Joy (sleeps up to 23)

Cabins with Wi-fi: The House of Joy and the Solid Rock Hideaway

Cabins with full kitchens and full bathrooms: The House of Joy, the Solid Rock Hideaway, and the Redeemer Cabin

Rustic cabins: Eagle's Nest and Grace Cabin (both use the bath house showers and the toilets for Grace Cabin guests are also here). We consider these to be our "glamping" cabins, for those who want the camping feel, but also want a few of the comforts of home.  

Cabins with television: The House of Joy has a large TV that uses Roku and DVDs, and a smaller DVD TV.

                                             The Solid Rock Hideaway has 3 Roku TVs.

                                             The Redeemer Cabin has one TV that only uses DVDs.

The House of Joy  
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*  3 night minimum stay (Christian groups can check with us about exceptions to this for an additional fee if a shorter stay is needed).

*  Four family-sized rooms, two full bathrooms with showers and two half-baths. Each room has a queen size bed and a sleeping loft that provides additional sleeping space for 3. Sleeping lofts are best for young people since the loft ceiling  height is only 4 feet.Total bed space for up to 21 (this includes one person on a double-sized futon. A pull-out sofa is also available if needed).

*  Spacious wrap-around deck

*  Kitchen provided for your own food preparation

*  Dining area includes indoor seating for 21 and additional seating on the deck for 16

*  Big-screen TV for visual presentations or family movie time

*  Internet & Wi-Fi. The internet speeds are slow and has occasional down-time because that is the best that is available to us at our mountain location. Using multiple devices at once may cause excessive lag time.

*  Large campfire area with stone and wood benches surrounding it

*  Tether-ball, ladder-ball, bag toss, horse shoe games and hill-side slide
*  Collection of books, indoor games and family-friendly movies.
*  Cozy gas-log fireplace
*  Gas grill on deck
*  Small waterfall at rear of building (waterfall sometimes dries up during  dry spells).

*  Bed linens, pillows and blankets are provided. Bring your own towels, or you can use ours if you wash, dry and fold them before your departure.

 *  Front wheel drive and 4 wheel drive vehicles are best for navigating our mountain roads due to some steep sections.

The Redeemer Cabin    Pictures

  • Best suited for 4 or 5 people. Can accommodate up to 6 if one person sleeps on the futon. Sleep areas include an upstairs room with one queen bed and three twin beds. Additionally, there is a double futon in the living room.
  • Kitchenette (includes oven, stove, refrigerator, toaster and coffeemaker)
  • Full bathroom with tub/shower
  • Open deck on the back of the cabin
  • Private campfire area with picnic table behind the cabin
  • Dinnerware and some cookware are provided.
  • Additional showers and toilets are available in the bath house, just across the road.
  • No AC, internet, cable TV or landline phone. The TV uses a DVD player, and some DVD's are provided.
  • Cell phone reception is generally poor (most people can find better reception a short walk up the road).




The Solid Rock Hideaway  Pictures

Note: The Solid Rock Hideaway will not be available in 2025

  • 2 night minimum stay
  • Gorgeous mountain views off the deck
  • 3 bedrooms and 2 full bathrooms. Sleeps up to 6 (one queen bed, one double bed, and two twin beds).
  • Full kitchen, with cookware and dinnerware, dishwasher, microwave, stove/oven, full fridge, coffeemaker.
  • Wood burning fireplace, gas grill,  washer and dryer, central heat.
  • High speed internet. There are 3 TV's (one in each bedroom), which utilize a streaming service. No land-line phone.
  • A window AC unit is in the dining/living room area, but not in the bedrooms. It is generally cool at night due to our high elevation, and there are ceiling fans in each room.
  • A campfire area sits behind the cabin.



Eagle's Nest    Pictures

  • Rustic camp setting. We call it glamping! 
  • Sleeping space for four people comfortably. Sleeping for up to six is possible, if two people sleep on the double sized futon (though the space is quite tight for more than four people).
  • One full size bed, a bunk bed, and a futon.
  • A half bathroom (showers are in the bath house, a short walk down the road).
  • A small kitchenette, with an under-the-counter fridge, a microwave, and a two burner hot plate for light cooking. Dishware and some cookware is provided. 
  • A large open-air deck is at the rear of the cabin. 
  • A private fire ring is close by the cabin.

Grace Cabin      Pictures

  • Rustic camp cabin
  • Suited for up to three people (or four if two sleep on the double sized futon).
  • Two twin mattresses in upstairs loft and a double size futon in living room area.
  • There is no bathroom in Grace Cabin. The bath house is a short walk up a trail.
  • Mini-refrigerator (no kitchen)
  • Outside water spigot on the deck
  • A campfire area is nearby.
  • Cell phone reception may be poor.

Tent Area

  • Located just down the hill from the bath house
  • Room for approximately four large tents or six small tents
  • A campfire ring is nearby.