Large Group Retreats
Tecumseh & Osceola Lodges– Hotel Style Rooms
- Central AC/Heat
- Private Bath
- Linens & Towels
- Alarm Clock
- Osceola 8 Rooms = up to 60 people
- Tecumseh 8 Rooms = up to 45 people
Our hotel-style rooms are a great option for family retreats, men and women’s events, couples’ retreats, young adult retreats, family reunions and outdoor adventure groups. You will find the rooms to be clean and comfortable. Both lodges offer a large common room for groups to gather.
We can accommodate up to 105 people in our lodges, and we only require a minimum of 20 people. All of our lodges are carpeted and have air conditioning, heat, televisions, telephones, private baths with showers.
The Osceola Lodge has a total of eight rooms – six rooms will sleep up to 9 people (1 double bed, 1 twin bed, 3 bunk beds) one room sleeps up to 7 people (1 double bed, 1 twin bed, and 2 bunk beds) and one room that sleeps 2 (1 double bed).
Osceola Layout (PDF)
Tecumseh Lodge has a total of eight rooms as well – two rooms will sleep up to 7 people (1 double, 1 twin, 2 cots, and 1 bunk) three rooms will sleep up to 6 people (1 double bed, 1 twin, 1 cot, and 1 bunk) one room will sleep up to 5 people (1 double, 1 twin and 1 bunk) and two that will sleep up to 4 people (2 twins and 1 bunk).
Tecumseh Room Layout (PDF)
Tecumseh & Osceola RENTAL RATES cover up to 4 persons in the room per night.
Minimum 2 night stay is required on weekends. Units are rented 5-days mid-week (Sunday – Thursday)
Rates include: general outdoor recreation spaces (seasonally – sports fields, hiking and mountain biking trails, tennis courts, Tohkomeupog waterfront, canoes, kayaks, and row boats, cross country ski & snowshoe trail pass, ice skating) Linen and Towels for the rooms.
Rates Do NOT INCLUDE additional on site activities, i.e. climbing wall, archery, indoor pool, grills, ski tickets, rentals, lessons, etc.
All facilities are NON-SMOKING and NO PETS are permitted.
Please inquire about group discounts on ski lift tickets, lessons, rentals and snow tubing through King Pine group coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org