Geneva Hills

Organization Description: 

Nestled at the gateway of the Hocking Hills, Geneva Hills is your one place for your personal or group getaway, summer camps, outdoor education programs, experiential learning, and teambuilding.

Located just south of Lancaster in Fairfield County, Geneva Hills gives
you the opportunity to "get away without going away." Only 40 miles from Columbus, Geneva Hills is only a couple minutes from US-33.

Accommodations include two lodges, Geneva and Frontier, and two cabins, the Craft House and the Beidler House, and plenty of picnic and campsites. All buildings offer fully furnished kitchens and a fireplace or wood burning stove.

Geneva Hills is the best choice for all your retreat and conference needs. Geneva Lodge is perfect for weddings as the the dining hall overlooks the outdoor Pete White chapel.

We have many activities to choose from while you are here. We offer canoeing and kayaking on Geneva Lake, as well as fishing. Geneva Hills has over 10 miles of hiking trails each with its own unique cliffs, caves, and other rock features. Geneva Hills boast a wide variety of flora and fauna including the rare pink lady slipper and the Karner Blue Butterfly, which if you are lucky you may see once per year.

Hawk's Haven is our ropes course which is offered to individuals and groups wishing to work on team building or just challenge themselves. During summer months our pool is open to the public.
We offer what others cannot. We have all of the same natural beauty and accommodations as most state parks but without the crowds or the need to drive miles through back roads.

1380 Blue Valley Rd. Se
Lancaster, OH 43130
Mission Statement: 

Guided by our faith in Jesus Christ, Geneva Hills strives to create an environment for both Christian and secular education, through summer camps, outdoor experiential education programs, and adult retreat ministries.

Geneva Hills also provides a place of peace for inspiration, relaxation, and recovery from the daily grind for the betterment of our churches, schools,businesses, and communities.

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