Located on the beautiful Jacks Fork River, Bunker Hill Retreat sits on over 2000 wooded acres. A private retreat for decades, the Retreat is now open to the public. A trip down the two-mile long driveway transports you to a park-like refuge. Our retreat has 20 cabins of various sizes with 8 backing up to the river. Cabins can accommodate from 2 to 16. Most cabins include a screened in porch and fireplace; all have air conditioning. No need to worry about food, your stay includes all of your meals served family style in the Dining Hall.
With lots to do for people of all ages, we are perfect for family reunions, retreats and weddings. Activities include: canoeing, kayaking, hiking, fishing, horseshoes, swimming (river only), ping pong, basketball, volleyball, tennis, pickle ball, mini golf, shuffleboard, playground and library with children’s section and games. Kids can also check out a nature back pack to help them with their exploring. Sitting in a rocking chair, reading and visiting are popular as well.
Guests can also coordinate with a local outfitter for a canoe trip to begin or end at the retreat. We have lots to offer but we do not have televisions or phones in the cabins. There is no internet and little to no mobile phone service depending on your carrier. A true getaway!
Open weekends only in May, late August, September and October and full-time starting Memorial Weekend through early August.
Located 14 miles northeast of Mountain View, Bunker Hill lies in the boundaries of the Ozark Mountain Scenic Riverways.
The Friends of Bunker Hill is a non-profit organization that oversees the Bunker Hill Retreat. The Friends of Bunker Hill provides a charitable way for people to give back and support a place that is very near and dear to them.
Those wishing to make a single donation can do so here. Dedicated donors can become a Bunker Hill Friend Forever by making a reoccurring donation to the retreat. Finally, those wishing to make the retreat's future success part of their legacy can include the Friends of Bunker Hill in their will or trust.
For more information about becoming a donor, please contact Gail McCray. Gail be reached via email or at 573-499-5430. For information on reservations, please call 417-934-2333.