Holley Memorial Cottage

Museum/Hospitality House

For many years, the Board of Directors of Eaton Rapids Camp Meeting had dreamed of having a place on the camp grounds, that could serve as a museum honoring our 125+ year history, a library, with a collection of quality Christian Books, and a hospitality house, where individuals visiting the grounds for the day can relax. In 2010, the Association was given ownership of the former DeYoung Cottage, located at 709 Tabernacle Circle.  The Board has designated this cottage to fulfill those purposes. Further, in honor of Larry Holley, his dedication to the camp, and his love of history, the Museum/Hospitality House was officially named The Holley Memorial Cottage.

The exterior of this cottage has been repaired and refurbished, and the cottage has been appropriately furnishing.  Since it is to serve as a museum, library, and hospitality house, our goal is to supply the cottage with quality books, furniture, and household items (that can be used for hospitality), from the last century.  If you have any quality pieces that you would like to donate to help furnish The Holley Memorial Cottage, please let us know.


We would like to invite you to stop by Holley Memorial Cottage throughout camp.  Hours of operation will be posted on the door.



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