Come Home to Us
Our "one of a kind" homelike atmosphere offers your group, organization, or family a peaceful and private space for whatever event you have in mind. We are nestled on nearly 20 acres of walkable forest and level grounds in the heart of New York's beautiful Finger Lakes. Groups gather to learn, work, or celebrate together inside and outside, comfortably undisturbed, surrounded by nature, beautiful cathedral ceilings and comfy seating.
Your group may come on your own, with your own facilitator, or let us help you design and facilitate your retreat/meeting day(s). We can provide highly experienced and skilled dynamic facilitators associated with our consulting firm, Highland Consulting Group, Inc.
Private events are also welcome at Highland Lodge Center.
From Ithaca through Trumansburg:
96 North to Trumansburg - pass the Rongovoian Embassy and row of shops in Trumansburg Village, pass the Post Office on left. Take the first LEFT after the Post Office onto Rte 227 and drive 2.6 miles to Indian Fort Rd. Turn left. Half mile and second mailbox on left. 5176 Indian Fort Rd. See blue Highland Lodge Center sign on left.
Alternative Route to avoid Trumansburg.
96 North past hospital. Turn left on Perry City Road at Rascals Restaurant. Go 4.0 miles and turn right on Waterburg Rd. Continue on Waterburg over one lane bridge. At the next junction, Waterburg becomes Indian Fort Rd. Go straight - do not turn right on Waterburg after the bridge. Less than half a mile on right is 5176 Indian Fort Rd. See mail box and large Highland Consulting and Highland Lodge sign.
Park in lot immediately to left. About 30 yards to the Lodge which is on the left side of the main building - see entrance sign and walkway. People needing assistance or wheelchair access may park at the top of the drive near the building as it is wheelchair accessible into the Lodge from the entrance.
From Geneva or north of Trumansburg:
Rt. 96 South to Rt. Turn Right on 227 just BEFORE the Post Office, then follow the first set of directions.
For alternative routes/directions and any general inquiries please contact George Hewertson at 607-387-9333 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org