Geneva Point Center features a variety of rustic overnight options to choose from. Accommodations range from basic tent camping sites to summer camp bunk cabins and small family cottages or private lodge rooms by the lake. Most Geneva Point lodging is available only during the summer and fall seasons (June through October). However, Gibbes House is available all year.
Innkeeper’s Note: Geneva Point is an historic (founded in 1919) nonprofit camp and conference center with rustic accommodations set in a specular natural setting. We work hard to consistently provide overnight accommodations that are functional, safe, clean, pleasant, affordable and appropriate for the events we host and present, but not fancy. Nor, do we intend to be fancy. Most of the accommodations here are more like camping in the woods than staying at one of the many outstanding for-profit resorts and hotels in New Hampshire’s lakes region. While not fancy, all GPC accommodations do come with exceptional vistas, beaches, wooded trails, campfire circles, an ice cream shop and other tangible and intangible qualities that all add up to what many of our guests simply call, “Geneva Point Magic.”
Lake View Lodge
Each of the Lodge's ten rooms offers a spectacular view of the lake and the Ossipee Mountains from a shared front porch. The rooms have heat, carpeting, a bathroom with a shower, a private entrance from the porch and two double beds. Rollaway beds may be added in the rooms. The Lodge also has a common room with lake views, a kitchen and a wood stove.
Emily Gibbes House (Available All Year)
Located near The Green and The Chapel, each of the Cottage's three units has two twin beds, heat, carpeting and a bathroom with a shower. All the units have space for a rollaway bed.
Lake View Cabins
Chapel Line Cabins
The Winnipesaukee Inn
Our historic, 19th century Inn is the hub for daily activities at Geneva Point Center. For generations, people have enjoyed the Inn's wide porch lined with rocking chairs and views of Lake Winnipesaukee and the Ossipee Mountains. The Inn has twenty-nine rooms that share several common bathrooms and seven rooms that offer a half bath. The Inn continues to be among the most affordable places to stay at GPC.
Half Bath-- Second Floor; Each of the seven rooms has carpeting, hot water lavatory, and six rooms have a double bed. First floor has one room with 1 twin bed.
Common Bath-- Second Floor; Each of the twelve rooms has carpeting and use a common men's or women's bath. One room has a double bed, and eleven rooms have two twin beds.
Common Bath-- Third Floor; Each of the seventeen rooms has two cot-size beds. They all use a common men's or women's bath on the third floor with a shower in the hallway.
Peat and Repeat
Tucked away in the trees, these two rustic bunk houses provide very affordable per/person lodging for up to seven people. Each cabin has heat, a half-bath (with hot water), three built-in double bunks and one single bunk. The Shower House is just a short walk away.
State Line Cabins
Newly refurbished and reconfigured in 2012, State Line features four pleasant cabins that are especially attractive to couples, but also nicely adaptable for small families of three to four. The cabins each have a refurbished half bath, one queen bed, a built-in double bunk and small sitting area. State Line has it's own Shower House (also new in 2012) just a few steps from each guest cabin.
College Row Cabins
College Row is a group of six rustic summer camp bunk houses located near the Meeting House. Each cabin has three built-in double bunks (six beds total) and cold water half-bath. Hot showers are available just a few steps away in the Shower House.
Dock Road Cabins
Dock Road is a group of nine rustic summer camp bunk houses located next to College Row. Each cabin has three built-in double bunks and one single bunk (seven beds total) and a cold water half-bath. Hot showers are available just a few steps away in the Shower House.
Apple/Birch and Dogwood/Cedar are collectively known as the Tree Cabins. These two duplexed cabins are very pleasant and are located behind the Chapel, but still very close to the center of Geneva Point’s campus. Apple and Birch each have two sets of double bunks (four beds total), making them great bunk houses. Cedar and Dogwood have custom-built bunk systems that make them great for a couple or small family. All four units have their own private bathroom with hot shower.
Cabin Z is located near the Meeting House and looks out over The Green. The cabin has two twin beds, heat, carpeting, a bathroom with a shower and space for a rollaway bed.
Pastureline are two rustic summer camp bunk houses located nestled in the woods. Each cabin has five built-in double bunks (ten beds total) and two cold water half-baths. The cabins are designed with a divider so they can be split with three double bunks on one side and two double bunks on the other with each having their own cold water half bath. Hot showers are available at the Shower House.