Pecometh can provide hospitality and programming for Church and youth groups, school groups, non-profits, community organizations and government agencies. The intentional community created by our retreat setting deepens learning, increases cooperative efforts and fosters personal and spiritual growth.
Pecometh can accommodate groups from 8 to 250. If you are camping or staying in the cabins, meals can be prepared for you in our camp Dining Hall located at the center of camp.
We’ll work with you to understand your program goals and can provide resources and programming, if desired, to help you get there.
Here’s a step-by-step guide to getting started on your group’s retreat:
You can also download our Reservation Guide for more detailed step-by-step instructions.
Pecometh has several lodging options for groups. They include tent sites, rustic cabins with bunk beds, dorm-style retreat houses, and The Riverview Retreat Center. Lodging areas are located throughout the site so that our guests have a sense of isolation, even as they are sharing this beautiful property with others.
Riverview Retreat Center
The RRC has 24 hotel-style bedrooms with private bathrooms. Fully equipped meeting rooms are available in 600 and 1200 square foot configurations. Buffet-style meals with fresh ingredients and healthy options, the comfortable common areas and the inspiring water views make the RRC a retreat and meeting experience to remember.
Pecometh has three climate-controlled, dorm-style retreat houses. Guest groups have the option of cooking their own meals or arranging for dining hall meals.
Faith and Grace House each have two 18-bed dorm wings (36 beds per house) with bathrooms, a central meeting/dining area, and full kitchen.
The Talley House has two 12-bed dorms (24 beds total) with bathrooms and a central meeting/dining/kitchen area.
Pecometh has four different rustic cabin areas ranging from 48-96 beds in each. Each area has a washhouse and fire ring, making them perfect for the “classic” camp experience. Cabins are available for guest groups from April to October.
Our camping area is perfect for scouts and other groups that want the tent camping experience. The camping area has its own fire-ring and access to the Grove area wash house. There are four electric/water hookups (no sewer).
Church and community picnics are a Pecometh tradition. Our Pool Pavilion and Picnic Tent are available during the warm weather months and include complimentary charcoal grills. Picnics can be combined with pool use from Memorial Day to Labor Day.
Meetings and Day Use
Pecometh has a variety of facilities available for meetings. These can be for day use only or can be rented for exclusive use in conjunction with overnight stays. Day use fees are charged for guests who attend group retreats but do not stay overnight or for picnic groups which exceed the 100 person capacity.
Our wide variety of outdoor programs enables our guests to fully experience the beauty of Pecometh. Activities can be purely recreational or can be focused on meeting specific retreat objectives. Whether it’s a day meeting, picnic, youth retreat or adult retreat, we can help you to get the most out of your time at Pecometh.
A well-designed challenge course program can help persons of all ages to learn how to work together, build trust, gain confidence and improve communication. Using the “challenge by choice” approach, Pecometh will design a program for your group to meet them where they are and so they can get where they need to go.