LEAF Retreat Lodging

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Lodging for Spring LEAF Retreat.
Does NOT include Tickets.
May 9 -12, 2024

Private Camp Cabins:
Set amongst the woods, 30 very rustic campy cabins w/ bunk beds, screen windows, outlets & nearby shower houses.
Cabin Pricing:
Private Cabin $556 -sleeps 9 (Cabins 19 – 44),
Large Private Cabin $610 -sleeps 12 (Cabins 13 – 18)

Lodge Room
Two big camp lodges with lodge rooms for families or large groups. The small 5-Person lodge rooms downstairs are semi-private sharing a dressing area, sink, and private toilet with adjacent room. Upstairs Large 16-Person rooms have a private toilet/sink. The bathhouse is between the lodges.
Lodge Room Pricing:
Small Lodge Room: $556 – sleeps 5 (Noted w/ A or B),
Large Lodge Room: $1,568 – sleeps 16 (5,6, & 11)
Individual Bunk in Room 12 – $159 **Note this is the price per bunk in shared room for 16**


  • All Cabin and Lodge room rentals are valid for Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights with Sunday Checkout by 6pm. You MUST have a Weekend/Weekend Plus ticket to stay overnight in lodging or tent camping.
  • Bring warm bedding, towel, and combo lock. Pack to unload at the parking area, not a cabin or lodge room.
  • Space Heaters are NOT allowed.
  • Parking is NOT included.
  • If you have additional questions please email Info@theLEAF.org

LODGING CREDIT POLICY: If you’re unable to use your lodging, credit for future LEAF events can be applied IF we re-book your lodging ($18 service fee per item). To receive credit, notify LEAF in writing by EMAIL (info@theLEAF.org)  at least 7 days prior to the start of the event. Credit is valid for 3 years and may be transferred to another person. The credit is a dollar amount that can be applied towards any LEAF event purchase in advance. CALL LEAF office to redeem your credit in advance. No refunds. Note- NO credit on lodging reservations (Lodge Rooms/Cabins/Bunks/ETC) unless lodging can be re-booked.

Mayani is a Maasai boy from longido Arusha. He went to boarding school at 6 years old and lost his Maasai language and tradition. Since joining the LEAF program, he has learned to sing Maasai songs, practiced the ‘jump’ tradition and wear Maasai shukas (traditional clothing). Mayani is extremely happy and is currently teaching other youth the culture.