At Nashotah House, the beauty of holiness goes hand-in-hand with the beauty of creation; chief among our campus’s many attractions is the seclusion it provides for reflection and recreation. "Getting away from it all" at the House entails no more than stepping out your own back door. Herds of deer regularly range our campus and are frequently found grazing on the Dean’s front yard; wild turkeys, owls and hawks make our woods their own; and the clear waters of our lake are hospitable to swimmers, boaters and fishermen all. This, together with a beautiful constellation of historic buildings and sacred spaces, makes our campus a sanctuary unto itself. Just 25 miles from downtown Milwaukee, our campus is a quilt work of woods, cornfields, a pumpkin patch and a sandy beach, and features an outdoor Stations of the Cross terminating at the foot of an 80-year old Sinners’ Cross overlooking the lake.
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