Stay at our rustic cabin & immerse yourself in sanctuary life!

At PEAK, you’ll connect with our amazing rescued residents, nature and yourself. Tuck yourself in at night to the sounds of frogs and wake to roosters crowing!


AMENITIES

The cabin includes two beds (a twin on the main floor and in the loft), compost toilet, sink, separate drinking water, coffee station, AC, flashlight, folding wood table, and two outdoor chairs for sitting at the fire ring. There is wifi on the property but not in the cabin. Approved electrical devices only, the cabin has limited power. 

VEGAN FOOD ONLY
PETS NOT ALLOWED
NO SMOKING

Soothe your soul with residents by day & the Retreat Suite by night!

After a day of getting to know the residents and/or seeing the local sites, light a fire and slide into a relaxing bubble bath. The nights are very quiet and peaceful in the Main House.


AMENITIES

The room includes a full-size bed, private clawfoot tub, toilet, sink, and fireplace. There is also a large, shared guest bathroom if you prefer a shower! The lower level of the house is a gift shop and community lounge area with a shared kitchen for vegan leftovers, if you visit around the area. There is also wifi on the property.

VEGAN FOOD ONLY
PETS NOT ALLOWED
NO SMOKING

PEAK is part of the Kroger Community Rewards Program! You can support PEAK’s residents with every purchase using your Kroger Plus Card across much of the state of Indiana.

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Membership in Uplands PEAK is a required and additional cost to booking your stay. The annual cost is $50/year, which supports our mission of rescuing and rehabilitating farmed animals. If you have a membership already—you’re all set! If not, you can sign up online any time before you book your stay. Should you forget to do this, we’ll set you up when you arrive.

Uplands PEAK provides overnight stay as an ideal way for members to immerse themselves in the sanctuary experience, learn about farmed animal issues, and to forge a closer bond with the residents