Here’s what some of our guests have said about their time at Bunker Hill.
Some of my favorite childhood memories are staying at Bunker Hill. My Mother was a Missouri School teacher which allowed us to enjoy this amazing place for a week in most summers in the late 60s early 70s. We now live in Michigan and my Mother and Father are both in their eighties. I am hoping to bring them to Bunker Hill one more time. It is an amazing place to be!!!!
My family and extended family have been going to Bunker Hill annually for over 50 years. In 2015 we had a 50th Annual Family Reunion and filled the entire camp with over 100 family members, including members of the original family in Germany. It has been a family tradition with many, many fond memories for five generations.
We were some of the first people to come here. We stayed in what later became a dining hall. It was probably 1952 or so. We were the only people there. I think the manager was Glenn Swisher(sp). I played with their daughter Elaine. I stayed for free because I was her playmate. Nice memories!
We LOVED this place. Truly perfect for all ages. We recently stayed for a family weekend (ages ranging from just a few months old to almost 70). We utilized almost everything from the tennis courts, miniature golf, one-room schoolhouse, church, volleyball court, playground, of course the Jack's Fork River and the trail back to the springs. It was an enjoyable time and it was adorable to watch the kids ring the breakfast/lunch/supper bell. I would highly recommend to anyone and it was so wonderful to disconnect from all phones and social media.
This is truly the best vacation spot for our family. With four siblings, their spouses and children, we have trouble getting together, but this facility makes it easy. We can relax on the gravel bar, eat great food without having to cook, visit, hike, fish, canoe and kayak, build a dam to make the rapids flow faster, and the boys can snake hunt. Truly something for everyone. We love Bunker Hill.
Bunker Hill is truly a way to get away from the stress and hustle/bustle of our over caffeinated, Facebook/Snapchat/Twitter world. You take a tiny step back in time. A time when families joined together over a puzzle or board game in the evening, or played horse shoes after a swim in the creek. A time when Grandma fixed a big home cooked meal where everyone sits together at one time to enjoy home-style dining and then lingers over pie and a cup of coffee while the kids are off to discover the joys of throwing rocks in the river, or catching lightening bugs. Bunker is a great place for retreats, family reunions, or just a quiet weekend with your favorite person.
Bunker Hill is a photographer's dream. Rain or shine, I was amazed and inspired by all the natural beauty that Bunker Hill offered. There is also so much more to do than just take pictures. Mini-golf, tennis, volleyball, basketball, shuffle board - I could go on and on about all the great amenities that are included with my stay. Greg and Mary make me feel like part of the family every time I get to come down. The meals are incredible and I really enjoy their fresh salad bar. I've stayed in variety of cabins and they have all been very comfortable.