The Mt. Gretna Tabernacle is available for rent on a first-come, first-served basis.
The in-season rental fee (June, July, August) is $500, $300 for non-profit events, and $300 for Mt. Gretna Campmeeting Association members. For additional rental information and fees, please refer to the "Tabernacle Rental Policy Information Sheet" below.
Use of the Mt. Gretna United Methodist Church and its parking lot is not part of the Tabernacle rental, the church and its property are a separate entity.
Events already scheduled in the Tabernacle are posted on our calendar visible on the "News and Events" page.
If you have questions about renting the Tabernacle, please feel free to contact the office. If you would like to submit a rental application, the form is available below and can be submitted via e-mail or through the postal service.
The Mount Gretna Community Library is housed in one of the oldest buildings owned by the Mount Gretna Campmeeting Association.
Originally, the building served as the Fire Department’s Engine House. In 1919, the building was turned over to the Ladies Civic Club to use as an art store—selling sewing, knitting, and crocheting supplies—and a library. Decades later, the building was home to a gift and antique shop.
Early Campmeeting maps show a building that could be the Engine House near the Tabernacle. However, the building clearly was moved to its current location on Glossbrenner Avenue although when that occurred is not known.
The Mount Gretna Community Library is operated by the Campmeeting Board of Managers’ Library Committee.
Heritage Park, the location of the playground and community picnic grounds, is located in the Mt. Gretna Campmeeting along Rt. 117 and is entered from the parking lot off of 1st Street.
The playground is maintained by the Campmeeting for the use of all children from neighboring communities. There are restrooms in the park that are open during daylight hours year-round.
In addition to the playground facilities, a charcoal grill and picnic tables are available for your use.
The pavilion at Heritage Park is available for rent, current rentals are posted on our calendar visible on the "News and Events" page.
If you have questions about renting the Heritage Park Pavilion, please feel free to contact the office. If you would like to submit a rental application, the form is available below and can be submitted via e-mail or through the postal service.
The Campmeeting has several raised garden beds available for lease from April through October on a first-come, first-served basis. The beds are located near the pump house on the south end of 5th Street; water is also available at this location.
Interested gardeners must complete an application and pay an annual fee of $30 plus a security deposit of $30. The security deposit will be returned at the end of the season if the gardener is no longer interested in leasing the raised bed.
Security deposits are forfeited if rules are not followed. Rules/requirements are noted on the application form. Click on the link below to download the application form.