Venues

great room at the cedar gate

The Lodge

Comfortably sleeps 4-8 guests

Your stay at the Lodge will be a one-of-a-kind experience. Originally built as a legacy home for the Hill family, the Lodge incorporates hand-hewn woodwork, global artifacts and modern amenities.

Event & Meeting Venues

event center

Tribal Council Room

accommodates 22

22-person board table / Commercial kitchenette / Restroom
Picture windows open the room up to views of the pond and fire pit. An energizing setting for your next corporate retreat.

event center

Event Center

accommodates 220

Commercial kitchen / Commercial bathrooms / Dressing rooms
Retractable glass walls open fully to bring your event outdoors. A beautiful, rustic backdrop for weddings and special gatherings.

Lodging

cabin interior

Luxury Cabins

Each of the five cabins sleeps 6 comfortably

The cabins are situated in a village setting, but are far enough apart from each other to allow privacy.

bunk beds

Bunkhouses

Twin bunk beds sleep up to 20

These beautiful and spacious buildings give everyone plenty of room to move around.

old farm implement

The Grounds

The perfect setting for a walk or a picnic, The Cedar Gate has eight ponds, three of which are stocked with trout. The dock at the lake nearest the house is a popular place to gather and visit. There is also a hunting tower that is currently being used as an observatory.

Just outside the lodge is a massive charcoal “grill wagon” for gatherings. There are also relaxing hammocks, a fireplace surrounded by Adirondack chairs, swings and a hot tub.

wooden door

Heirlooms & Artifacts

Many of the doors inside the lodge are antiques from India. Indian accents are found throughout the house, evoking memories of a mission trip the Hill family took. Click the button below to see more heirlooms and artifacts across the property.

kitchen

Building The Cedar Gate

The property has been a part of the Hill family for decades. Brian’s parents, Gene and Roberta Hill, leased the property for 40 years and had created many happy memories there: picking berries and sandplums; hunting quail and dove; and picking their Christmas trees each year.

The Hills offered to buy the property many times through the years. When it finally was put up for sale in 2004, they immediately made an offer and got to work.