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Newcomb Campus
Arbutus Great Camp

Huntington Lodge 

The Arbutus Great Camp, originally a collection of 16 buildings located on Arbutus Lake, was designed by William West Durant and sold to Archer Huntington in 1899.  Significant historic structures include Huntington and Arbutus Lodges, Algonquin Cabin, and the magnificent stone Carriage House. 

Huntington Lodge underwent a major renovation between July 2008 and October 2009. The former "owners cottage" is now a stunning facility in which to hold small meetings and retreats, and able to sleep eight to ten guests in rustic comfort.

Additional plans for the camp include conservation of historic features, new landscaping and renovation of Arbutus Lodge, the Carriage House and other buildings.

Arbutus lounge interior room. There are deer heads on the walls. A red carpet with some designs, a sofa with arm chairs on either side and a round coffee table in the middle

Rooms at Arbutus great camp from top to bottom image - agassiz room with 2 double beds anda dresser in the middle. Durant room with 2 double beds with red blankets and a dresser with lamp in the middle. Hudson room with two double beds and a nighstand with lamp next to the bed.