Our ten Point Cabins form a rough horseshoe around the narrow peninsula, allowing each cabin a gorgeous view of the water. These one-room cabins are carpeted, heated, and furnished with bunks, bookcases, chairs, and table. Standard maximum occupancy is 8. Roll-away beds or cribs can be added to accommodate a larger number, though this does make sleeping quarters tighter. The cabins are non-winterized and measure 18 x 24 feet. Centrally located in the peninsula, our new washhouse provides modern showers and restrooms.
Point Cabins 1 and 2 are wheel-chair accessible, connecting to the washhouse by sidewalk. A boardwalk also connects them to the meeting house and dining hall.
One of four corners in the usual sleeping configuration. Point Cabins can also be set up for couples or families.
Point Cabins now have a deck looking onto the bays.
The new washhouse was completed in the spring of 2017, featuring 8 individual showers stalls, a men's restroom, a women's restroom, and two family restrooms.
Inside the washhouse.
Prayer Beach is a prime example of the scenic views on the peninsula. It's a perfect place to catch the sunrise, and it's not uncommon to see freighters crossing the horizon. Point Cabin guests also have easy access to the hiking trail on "Whitefish Point."