The Retreat at Guidestone Hills is an initiative of The GreenTree Project to provide funding for education and programs for future leaders – children, teens, families, and non-profit leaders – by providing a beautiful setting to get away and get healthy!
The non-profit has made the beautiful Lodge at Guidestone Hills available to the public at a significant discount so the services and amenities are available to anyone either at a discounted rate or through scholarships provided by generous donors.
Located on 52 acres in Chattahoochee Hills, Georgia, The Retreat at Guidestone Hills is the world’s most accessible conference and retreat destination specifically designed to help you find rest and health.
Envisioned and founded by an executive coach and a professional counselor, The Retreat at Guidestone Hills is a place where people who need help can find rest, inspiration, healing, and direction. And The GreenTree Project is making this possible through generous funding for education programs for schools, churches, and non-profits, leadership camps, and retreat scholarships and programming.
The Retreat at Guidestone Hills currently a beautiful lodge, coaching and counseling spaces, pool and spa, office and operations, 6 fenced pastures, 1300 mature organic blueberry bushes, rolling hills, winding creek, and wooded areas. The site is bordered on the north by Hutcheson Ferry Road and on the south by Dry Branch Creek.
Every one of our guests who pay for accommodations, an individual or group experience, or coaching or counseling sessions, make it possible for us to continue to develop programs, resources, and facilities to help students, families, and leaders make a transformational difference – in their lives, in their homes, in the workplace, and in their community.