Located in Merom, Indiana is a beautiful 5 story building built in 1859 that was once Union Christian College and is now a camp and retreat center. The campus facilities are now used for meetings, town gatherings, church retreats, weddings, family reunions, receptions, athletic conditioning camps, Nature’s Classroom and much more.
Listed on the National Register of Historical Places, this is a place you will want to visit, stay awhile, and explore. It has a great historical past that you will find interesting. Some of the most unique finds are the spiral staircase that leads up to the top of the cupola that allows you to see for miles around and great views of the Wabash River below. Also, the Holt Hall Mural that was painted in the 1940’s by Thomas C. Steger, a member of the Civilian Public Service Camp No. 14.
Join the Live Long and Love it (LLALI) luncheons on Wednesdays from August thru May for good conversation and social gatherings. Call ahead for reservation.
The Merom Camp and Retreat Center is a non-profit organization and is always willing to accept your donations to assist in the upkeep of the grounds and facility.
For tours or inquiries about renting the facility call the number listed.