Guest Groups

at hume lake

Overview

We serve you so you can focus on your retreat goals and create the perfect experience for your group.

FAQ

IMPORTANT
Some older mapping services will suggest you take the 245. It is a curvy, winding road that will take you at least an additional hour. DO NOT take 245!

We provide:

Dinner the first day of the retreat

All meals each full day of the retreat

Breakfast and lunch the last day of the retreat

We do not offer free guest WiFi at this point in time. We do offer Internet for a fee; however, the speeds here are not fast. Purchase at your own risk.

Hume Ministries is a non-denominational, non-profit organization.

We can accommodate groups of up to 1500 guests, depending on the season. The minimum group size we accommodate is 50, but we are always open to discussing a smaller group on a case-by-case basis.

Hume Ministries is known for it’s programmed camps and retreats. We provide the program (speakers, worship, lead all meetings), activities (including recreation games), meals, and lodging.

For guest groups, we provide meals, lodging and facilities and let you plan the programming and schedule. Activities are provided for additional fees.

Lodging

Economy Lodging

The Camp Experience

50 Rooms

Up to 6 people per room

300-500 people

  • Standard cabins and dorms
  • Sleeps 5-10 guests comfortably
  • Linens provided
  • Bathroom attached or within walking distance

Standard Lodging

The Dorm Experience

60 Rooms

Up to 6 people per room

120-550 People

  • Similar to a large dorm room
  • Sleeps 5-10 guests comfortably
  • Linens provided
  • Full bathroom

Deluxe Lodging

The Hotel Experience

31 Rooms

Up to 4 people per room

62-124 People

  • Similar to a hotel room
  • Sleeps 4 guests comfortably
  • Linens Provided
  • Coffee maker, phone, refrigerator
  • Full bathroom

Things to Do Near Hume

Sequoia/Kings Canyon National Parks

This dramatic landscape testifies to nature’s size, beauty, and diversity–huge mountains, rugged foothills, deep canyons, vast caverns, and the world’s largest trees. These two parks lie side by side in the southern Sierra Nevada east of the San Joaquin Valley. Weather varies a lot by season and elevation, which ranges from 1,370′ to 14,494′.

Cat Haven

Project Survival’s Cat Haven promotes the conservation and preservation of wild cats in their native habitat by educating visitors and publicizing the work done by Project Survival Cat Conservation Group.

Jennie Lakes Wilderness

The 10,500-acre Jennie Lakes Wilderness is a lovely mixture of lakes, meadows, forests, and streams. Mostly above 7,000 feet in elevation, this wilderness contains scenic variations of alpine and sub-alpine forest with an abundance of wildflowers in the Spring and Summer. The summit of Mitchell Peak is the highest point at 10,365 feet. Four trailheads access 26 miles of trails within the wilderness. Several of these trails also connect to Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Park’s enormous backcountry.

Horseback Riding

Dozens of horseback riding trails lead high into the Sierra Nevada in Kings Canyon National Park and the neighboring Giant Sequoia National Monument. Both places offer day rides and overnight saddle and pack trips that will knock your socks off with their mountain vistas, giant sequoia trees, and alpine lakes and peaks.

Hume Lake Ranger District

Hume Lake Ranger District in the northern portion of the Giant Sequoia National Monument is a favorite year-round recreation destination where visitors can enjoy many recreational opportunities.

Questions?

Please contact Kevin Gerber // kgerber@hume.org // (559) 305-7629

Please contact Kevin Gerber
kgerber@hume.org // (559) 305-7629

Please contact
Kevin Gerber
kgerber@hume.org
(559) 305-7629

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