Rustic cottage sleeping Up to 21 people (The web site will not go up to 21)
3 bedrooms, and 2 loft dormitory rooms, 2 baths, living room with fireplace, eat-in country kitchen, front sundeck, and grand veranda facing woods in back.
Alcohol-free premises for the whole family, and rustic cabins with beds, pillows and blankets. If you need linens (provided for a fee of $15 each) or if you do not needs linens (bringing your own), please let us know.
Up to 21 people
3 bedrooms, and 2 loft dormitory rooms, 2 bathrooms, living room with wood-burning fireplace, eat-in country kitchen with cook and eating ware, front sundeck, and long sun porch with willow bentwood chairs facing woods in back. Ideal for a family gathering or group of friends.
First floor (3 bedrooms): 2 twins, 2 twins, 2 twins
Second floor (2 bedrooms): 9 twins, 6 twins
5 minute walk down the stairs to beach waterfront on our private lake with paddleboats, tubes, swimming, and excellent fishing. Hiking trails, organic gardens, and horses on premises. Fire pit next to lodge. Great for family gatherings.
Unplug! No television, cable, or wifi on the camp (wifi available at front of camp for telecommuters and trip planning).
Guest brings sheets, towels and pillowcases. These can be provided for a $15 each bed fee, if requested prior to the Friday before your stay.
Quiet time after 10pm. Because we like them, not pets allowed.
Check in is anytime after 3 PM. Check out time is BEFORE 11 AM.
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Welcome to Ronora. This land is my home, my work, and many more things. The land is like a grandmother to me. We have preserved this camp to the best of our ability over 25 years, keeping up and maintaining most of the original construction houses. It's a diverse place with several types of buildings, types of soils, types of land (wetland, fields, forests, lake), and most importantly a wide variety of guests over the years. As Dr. Henry Tatter, the founder of the camp in the 1930s said, Ronora is a place where you can "feel Mother Earth, sense her balance and find your own."