When some pilgrims hear the Walk to Emmaus is held at Warren Willis “Camp”, they worry about roughing it all weekend. No need for concern! While the accommodations are not quite the Ritz, they are clean, modern and comfortable. Best of all, they provide an escape into a quiet and peaceful environment that promotes spirituality and fellowship.
Pilgrims stay in lodges that can house up to 56 people. A full weekend will include 36 pilgrims, so not all beds will be occupied. Sleeping areas are split into two sides that can sleep 28 each.
Each side has 4 semi-private bunk “pods" with a dedicated bathroom. Each pod has 3 to 4 bunks; the bathroom has 2-3 sinks, toilet room and large, private shower. Bring your own towel, washcloth and toiletries. Floors are carpeted except bathrooms.
Bed mattresses are thick, but plastic coated, so a mattress cover is recommended. There are limited places to hang clothes, but one large drawer per bed. Some units also have a small bookshelf for storage. A pilgrim can bring "Over the door" hooks that work perfectly to hand clothes at the end of a bunk bed. The accommodations are clean and water is hot.