Camp Knutson Retreat Center has a variety of modern lodging options for your stay. Almost all buildings are handicapped accessible, and many have full-sized kitchens. Request a reservation today!
Construction is underway on a new cabin, built in the location of the former Crosslake Cabin. Nestled among the trees and walkways, this centrally located cabin will have easy access to all areas of Camp Knutson.
Hilltop House is the original cabin of Harold Knutson. Guests can enjoy the house’s cozy fireplace and majestic view of Lower Whitefish Lake. Hilltop House comfortably sleeps ten people.
Husby is a spacious grand lodge with a wraparound porch and views of Lower Whitefish Lake. Husby Lodge’s large windows let in plenty of natural light. Husby Lodge comfortably sleeps 16 people.
Linda Lodge is a dorm-style cabin that comfortably sleeps 32 people. Linda Lodge provides a classic camp experience with wide, comfortable bunks. Its close proximity to the dining center and large sleeping capacity makes it perfect for large groups.
Pauly’s Place greets guest as they enter the Camp Knutson grounds. Guests who prefer quieter and more intimate lodging will feel at home in this secluded cabin. Pauly’s Place comfortably sleeps three people.
Renner Cabin is a dorm-style cabin that comfortably sleeps 58 people. Renner Cabin is great for family camps, reunions and large gatherings, allowing your whole group to stay under the same roof.
Sheena Heath House is a spacious grand lodge with wraparound porch and views of Lower Whitefish Lake. With a full kitchen and laundry room, the house provides the comfort and convenience of home and comfortably sleeps 11 people.
With its open sleeping areas and one-level floorplan, Timberlane Lodge was specially designed for wheelchair accessibility. Timberlane’s great room is perfect for informal gatherings, indoor activities or group meetings. It comfortably sleeps 28 people.