We have a beautiful property in the middle of Muskoka and
we believe God's presence, His beauty and His voice can be heard and felt just a little more clearly in our neck of the woods. We feel called to cherish it,
utilize it and share it with anyone seeking guidance and
space to encounter Christ.
We are located in Huntsville Ontario. If you have heard of the Muskoka's then you know where we are.
Our physical address is:
595 Aspdin Road
We offer self guided walking trails, with purposeful stops for you to slow down & experience the simple silence. Our trails are careful maintained to ensure utmost safety. Any information you need will be found at the Welcome Centre where you begin your journey up. We also have lodging options should you want a longer solitude experience.
We are COVID compliant. Our cabins are self catered and rustic. Located atop the mountain our amenities include a pellet stove, BBQ, screened in porch, queen loft bed, pull out twin bed a composting toilet & minimal power for operating a laptop & LED lights. When guests arrive your baggage will be transported to the cabin.
At Three Crosses Trails we offer you a unique opportunity to unplug quite literally from everything. Shifting your attention will enable you to experience His peace, joy and hope even in the midst of the chaos. No matter what’s going on in the world, your home or your life, you can choose to focus your heart and mind on God. When you choose Him above all else, you can experience His perfect peace in every situation. Come Find Rest.
“Healing rain is a real touch from God. It could be physical healing or emotional or whatever.” ─ Michael W. Smith
We tend to associate God’s presence with sunshine and His absence as rain. We can see Him, feel Him, soak Him up in the sunny seasons, but we struggle to see Him, feel Him, or soak Him up in the rainy seasons. While the warm sunshine soaks into our souls & warms our hearts, the rain rolls down our faces and soaks into our clothes instead, leaving us chilled and anxious for change.
But we forget we’re plants.
We forget rain gives us life.
We forget life brings fruit.