Examples of late 19th century architecture – typified by profuse gingerbread trim, scroll leaf designs, lace wood trim and gracefully pointed scroll work are typical of our cottages. Occupants came needing only the fewest essentials in the 19th century 10-day camp meetings. Cottagers slept on the second floor on straw mats or pallets. Nonperishable food was brought from home; meat and groceries were purchased at several temporary stores on the grounds with meals being served in the dining tent. Many of the cottages have been owned by the same families for generations, so our residents have a keen appreciation for the special traditions and rich history of which they are a part.

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