Trees for Tomorrow hosts Road Scholars in rustic but welcoming dormitories, each with central bathroom facilities and an inviting lounge with a stone fireplace. Comfortable rooms accommodate people in bunk beds, and contain a dresser, coat rack and small desk. Guests sit down to hearty home-cooked meals in the historic dining hall that was built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in 1937. The kitchen staff prides itself on sourcing local, sustainably grown food whenever possible. Recreational facilities include volleyball and basketball courts, nature trail and fishing pier. Good to know: Free Wi-Fi. Shared bathrooms (gender specific). Rooms not air-conditioned. Housekeeping once a week. Most meals served buffet-style; bus own table.