Teter Family Retreat is a ministry of Noblesville First United Methodist Church. The property was acquired in 1981 from Ruter Teter, an interested and active member of the church. When she died in 1981, she was unmarried and had no close family. In her will, she gave her 120-acre family farm to the congregation with the request that it be developed into a church retreat and named in memory of the A.W. Teter family.
In 2015, the idea was born to expand the retreat facility’s purpose to include an organic farm, as a community outreach ministry to feed spirit, mind and body. Learn more about the farm at www.TeterOrganicFarm.com
Location: 10980 East 221st Street, Noblesville
Looking for a unique setting for your next event?
Located on the scenic White River in the heart of Hamilton County, Teter Family Retreat provides a rustic backdrop for a variety of event planning needs. The facility can host gatherings, ranging from a few hours to a few days, including outdoor weddings, corporate outings, community group meetings, personal and group retreats, family reunions and scout troops.
Facilities and amenities include:
- Teter Lodge with kitchen, fireplace & air conditioning
- Ruth Cabin with four private units - each sleeps seven with its own restroom, shower and air conditioning
- Working organic farm
- Picnic shelter
- Fire pits
- Hiking & nature trails
- Sand volleyball court
- Outdoor basketball court
- Large screen LED monitor
- DVD player
- Cross Walk
- Scenic river views
- On-site caretaker