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

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). 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 one internet/DVD TV.

                                             The Solid Rock Hideaway has 3 cable TVs.

                                             The Redeemer Cabin has one TV that only uses DVDs.

The House of Joy  Pictures


  • 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 23 (this includes a double sleeper sofa and a futon).
  • Spacious wrap-around decks
  • Kitchen provided for your own food preparation
  • Dining area includes indoor seating for 22 and additional seating on the deck for 16.
  • Chairs for up to 43 in the great room for meetings or presentations
  • Big-screen TV for visual presentations or family movie time. TV uses a DVD player and also Roku internet TV.
  • DSL internet, Wi-Fi. The internet speeds are slow because that is the only speed 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 and horse shoe games
  • Collection of books, indoor games and family-friendly movies
  • Cozy gas-log fireplace
  • Small waterfall at rear of building (may dry up during dry spells)
  • Provided: Bed linens, blankets, pillows, towels, 3 rolls of toilet paper per bathroom, 3 rolls of paper towels, dining ware, cookware.

The Redeemer Cabin    Pictures

  • MTE's newest cabin
  • Sleep areas include one open 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
  • Deck on rear of cabin
  • Bed linens, towels, cookware and dinnerware are provided
  • Additional showers and toilets are available in adjacent bath house
  • A campfire ring is nearby




The Solid Rock Hideaway   Pictures

  • 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). Bed linens and towels are provided.
  • Full kitchen, fully stocked with cookware and dinnerware, dishwasher, microwave, stove/oven, full fridge, coffeemaker.
  • Wood burning fireplace, gas grill,  washer and dryer.
  • Cable TV and high speed wireless internet. There are 3 TV's (one in each bedroom).
  • A campfire area sits behind the cabin.
  • A small downstairs apartment for two people may be available upon request for an extra fee.


Eagle's Nest    Pictures

  • Our renovation on Eagle's Nest has just been completed. 
  • Rustic camp setting. We call it glamping! 
  • Sleeping for up to six people. 
  • One double bed, a bunk bed, and a futon. Bed linens are provided. Bring your own towels. 
  • A half bath is in Eagle's Nest (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 fire ring is adjacent to the cabin.

Grace Cabin

  • Rustic camp setting
  • 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. Bed linens are provided. Bring your own towels.
  • 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.

Tent Area

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