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All cleftRock cabins have a 2-night minimum stay.
The Fields Cabin, built and still owned by the family of Bob and Eddie Fields, founders of cleftRock, is the most spacious cabin on the property.. With 6 bedrooms, 4 full bathrooms, 3 living rooms and 2 full kitchens, this cabin accommodates multiple families comfortably. Two wood- burning fireplaces and a large deck provide the ideal setting for fellowship and relaxation.
The Reed Cabin is named for its original owners, Marcus and Ruth Reed, long time missionaries in Israel. While furloughing in the States in 1974, their family, along with Bob Fields, headed to the woods, cut and milled trees, and built cleftRock’s first cabin. The Reed cabin offers a full kitchen, 5 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms. Families and groups enjoy a wood-burning fireplace, large screened-in porch and inspiring views.
The Thorne Cabin was built in 1976 by furloughing missionaries Dale and Anita Thorne and designed by their architect son, John, when he was just 16 years old. This cabin features an open main floor living area with wood-burning stove and an inviting, screened-in back porch. With 4 bedrooms and 2 full bathrooms, the Thorne cabin is a perfect place for families or groups.
Built by one of cleftRock’s founders, Wayne Moore, who named this cabin after his wife Rita. Families and couples will find this cabin perfect for getting away for quality time together and being immersed in nature. A bit more removed from the other cabins, Rita’s Rest is ideal for solitude. This cabin features a fully equipped kitchen, dining area and spacious living room. There is a beautiful large front porch and swing along with a wrap around back deck with a grill and eating area. A fire pit outside is the perfect place to end the evening with s’mores.
Our smallest cabins, the Abidings, are duplexes perfect for couples or individuals. Each duplex includes 2 private suites, each with en suite bathroom and screened-porch private entrance. The suites are connected by a shared, small kitchen. Each side of the duplex can be locked and used privately or opened and shared by a family.
Built in 1983, Brookfield Lodge, our meeting and dining hall, is named after long time cleftRock supporters, Bill and Lorraine Brooks, and cleftRock founders, Bob and Eddie Fields. The lodge has a commercial kitchen, a dining room with seating for 36, and a very inviting lounge/meeting area with wood burning fireplace; it also has wall to wall windows overlooking a patio with beautiful wooded mountain views. Outside is a fire pit, a small playground, a covered pavilion with picnic tables, a half court basketball, and a volleyball court.