Mother Nature has blessed us with a beautiful coverlet of white... which continues to increase in depth.
Due to this unforseen blessing we encourage you to stay safe inside your home this evening. A night of intuitive readings with Anne Brady has been canceled for this evening. See Anne again in the new year.
We wish you peace in this joy-filled season,
The Olive Branch Retreat
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What is Town of Grey Eagle like?
A: Small town atmosphere with all the amenities; public library, dining, post office and gas stations. Learn more by the Lakes'n'Woods Grey Eagle Guide.
Q: Do we need to do any cleaning?
A: Cleaning at the Olive Branch is not required. We would be grateful if you were to leave the property as you found it. Stripping the bedding from your bed the day of checkout is helpful to us, but certainly not required. Please take your leftover food with you and make sure all of the windows are closed.
Q: What do I need to bring?
A: You'll want to bring the following items for your stay:
• Personal items
• Food and Beverage
• Swim toys
• Disposables: paper plates, napkins, cups, etc.
Q: When is down-payment and final payment due?
A: We have an Advanced pay discount and a flexible pay option. See the rates page for details.
Q: How many bathrooms are there?
A: 3 baths plus ½ bath in the chicken barn.
Q: How many beds are there?
A:There are a variety of beds available:
• 1 king bed
• 3 Queen beds
• 5 twin beds
• 3 comfortable Queen sofa sleepers
• 2 comfortable Single sofa sleepers
• 14 total beds to sleep a total of 21 guests
Q: What are the surroundings?
A: Carve out some time to enjoy solitude from the “unseen". The Olive Branch features 57 acres of private walking trails adjacent to 1100 acres of wildlife conservation land for further walking enjoyment and hunting adventures. A chapel and stations of the cross are also located on the property.
Q: What is Fuller Lake like?
A: Only one other farm shares the beauty of Fuller Lake. Known for it’s trophy bass and abundant pan fish, Fuller Lake is 55 acres, spring fed and outlined with terrific vegetation. A vintage pontoon, canoe and a little fishing boat are provided for your use at the Olive Branch. Bring your own kayaks or use the canoe to explore the connection of Fuller Lake to Lake Hennessey.
Q: Do you have some addtional information resources?
A: We have several helpful links and guides below.
• Olive Branch's Guide to Fuller Lake (pdf)
• DNR Lake Information
• DNR Lake Map (pdf)
• Lake Water Clarity Report
• Lake Recreation Compass
• Lake Topographical Maps
• Grey Eagle Lakes'n'Woods Information
Q: If I visit the Olive Branch will I want to come back again and again?
A: You bet you will!
Still have questions?