When your special meeting needs a special meeting place …
Look to the mountains in the beautiful and historic Laurel Highlands in Southwestern Pennsylvania…
Treat yourself to a mountaintop experience at Jumonville
So relax… Renew… Refresh…
Experience the difference at Jumonville.
Look to Jumonville, a Camp, Conference, and Retreat Center located just 50 miles south of Pittsburgh. For almost 60 years we’ve helped group leaders to experience the difference at Jumonville in our relaxed, refreshing atmosphere. Experience the difference in our stunning scenery, in our warm, caring staff, in our lodging, meeting, adventure, and recreational facilities. Jumonville is a non-profit Christian organization whose meeting and recreational facilities are available to groups, families, and individuals. Each year we serve over 600 groups and more than 10,000 guests in groups from two to over 300.
They represent human service agencies, church related organizations, youth groups, senior citizen groups, educational institutions, family groups & many others. Our guests come for conferences, meetings, retreats, seminars, workshops, and special events. They come back again and again, generation after generation.
Over 75% of our groups are return groups. And for good reason, there is nothing ordinary about Jumonville. From the well maintained campus area, to a history that includes George Washington’s first battle, and a Soldiers Orphans School following the Civil War. With a heritage of almost 70 years as an outstanding camp and retreat center, you can truly experience the difference at Jumonville. Our 270 acres are dotted with over 40 buildings, from comfortable cabins to appealing lodges.
- Lodging Facilities
- Meeting Facilities
- Asbury Dining Hall
- Adventure Facilities
- Receation Facilities
- Welcome Center
- Cross of Christ
- Overnight Retreat Rates
If we could bring the “Jumonville experience” back to those who did not come…
“Those who attended the retreat at Jumonville, always come back enthusiastic and renewed. If we could bring the “Jumonville experience” back to those who did not come, our church would be so much stronger and Spirit filled!”