When some pilgrims hear the Walk to Emmaus is held at “Camp” Horizon, 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. The camp is located on beautiful Lake Harris and has paved walkways throughout the grounds.
Pilgrims stay in lodges that house up to 20 people. Sleeping areas are split into two sides.
Each side has a dedicated bathroom with 2-3 sinks, toilet room and large, private showers. Bring your own towel, washcloth and toiletries. Bed mattresses are thick, and comfortable. You may want to bring a blanket, just in case to sleeping room is cool. There are lockers with limited space to store belongings and hang clothes. 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. The buildings have both heat and air conditioning. Electrical outlets are available for plug-in items, such as CPAPs, but they must be shared so please keep electrical items to a minimum.