Cozy Room in a Wooded Landscape for a Peaceful Retreat, near Kansas City, Kansas
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Guests will have access to a shared kitchen with everything they might need to feel at home during their stay, as well as a communal dining area. Guests will have Wi-Fi, a large library of books to choose from, heating and air conditioning, and parking onsite.
Outside, glampers will find themselves on 35 acres of tranquil woodland. There are friendly farm animals roaming the property and guests can relax with a cup of tea or snack as they watch the sunset after a day of healing activity.
If you cancel 24 hours or more prior to check-in.
- Bunk bed
- Linens and pillows
- Air conditioning
Location + Surroundings
Glampers will enjoy learning about renewal, growing healthier foods, cultivating spiritually, and developing close relationships. The property is a beautiful rustic retreat and learning center, as well as headquarters for a volunteer outreach program in South Africa. All programs are held in a 120-year-old converted barn featuring many interwoven projects.
Guests seeking to leave the property and explore the surrounding area will be a short drive from neighboring Baldwin City, Lawrence, and Gardner. Baldwin City began as a stop on the Santa Fe Trail named “Palmyra” and remains steeped history and culture to this day. A drive through Baldwin City’s charming neighborhoods and gardens will give glampers a glimpse of the welcoming community. The city is home to Baker University, multiple museums and historical sites, and unique local shops and restaurants.
This property is ideal for guests seeking a spiritual escape into nature with the option of modern entertainment and conveniences nearby.
- Wildlife watching
Glampers looking for a peaceful, restorative, and spiritual escape will find everything they need to relax on this beautiful property. The property is a beautiful rustic retreat and learning center, as well as headquarters for a volunteer outreach program in South Africa. For twenty years, it has offered a wide range of small group retreats and workshops focusing on a variety of ways for spiritual healing and self-development. All programs are held in a 120-year-old converted barn featuring many interwoven projects. Glampers will enjoy learning about renewal, growing healthier foods, cultivating spiritually, and developing close relationships.
Guests seeking to leave the property and explore the surrounding area will be a short drive from neighboring Baldwin City, Lawrence, and Gardner. Baldwin City is known for its gorgeous gardens, rich history, and welcoming locals. Glampers can take a stroll through the impressive gardens in Tom Swan Park, where they will find information about horticulture practices related to trees, flowers, gardening, and composting. It's a wonderful opportunity to observe nature and take away valuable knowledge about the beauty of these gardens.
Guests visiting in the fall might be lucky enough to attend Baldwin City’s Maple Leaf Festival, held every year since 1957 on the third full week in October. It is the largest family event in the area and features a parade, arts and crafts, quilt shows, theatrical performances, history tours, train rides, and live music. The city is also home to the historic Nationally Registered 1906 Santa Fe Depot, the only remaining depot of Kansas’ first railroad south of the Kansas River. Baldwin City, Lawrence, and Gardner all offer delicious local cuisine at restaurants and bars, fascinating historical sites and museums, and unique local shops.
Check-in: 04:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
Some spaces are shared
Guests are asked to bring their own water and camping supplies. Insect spray is advised during tick and chigger season. A shovel will be provided and the host asks that any waste left in the woods be well buried, including toilet paper.