Sonshine Mountain Retreat Center Gets a Facelift
MOUNTAINBURG ARK. – The Sonshine Mountain Retreat Center, located atop Cartwright Mountain approximately seven miles north of Mountainburg, just off of Arkansas Scenic State Highway 71, is newly remodeled. “A remodel was long overdue,” said Gaye Ramsey, the new manager.
Sonshine Mountain Retreat Center is a single-building facility that sleeps 42 people. In addition to the men’s and women’s bunk rooms, there are four beautifully redecorated private rooms with new beds private baths. The commons area features a new 65-inch television, new furniture throughout, new windows, new cedar ceiling and trim, a newly enlarged deck and the priceless mountaintop view overlooking the Boston Mountains and Fort Smith Lake. “The Fort Smith Lake State Park is only a five to six minute drive, and Devil’s Den State Park is less than a half-hour away,” said Ramsey.
The Sonshine Mountain Retreat Center, established in 1994 by Tom Cox World Ministries, was built for the expressed purpose of providing a place for church groups and families to experience spiritual and relational renewal. Over the past two decades, hundreds of groups have enjoyed the beauty and serenity of the mountain setting. “If you have never been to Sonshine Mountain you need to give us a try. If it has been a while since you have been to Sonshine Mountain, you’ve got to come back – you’ll be amazed,” said Ramsey.
In celebration of the new remodel, a twenty percent discount is being offered to all church groups who schedule their 2016 event before the end of November 2015. For more information or reservations contact Gaye Ramsey at (479) 369-4260 or email@example.com.