About the ARC

The ARC (Association Retreat Center) is located in the beautiful St. Croix River Valley, just south of Osceola, WI. The ARC offers lodging or nearly 600 persons in motel, dorm and lodge style rooms. We also have meeting space for up to 600 persons.

Nestled in the woods of Northwestern Wisconsin, the ARC previously served our nation as a USAF radar base. Once a proud defender of our nations political freedom, the ARC now proclaims freedom through Jesus Christ.

Every  year the ARC hosts over 200 groups. Faith-based groups representing virtually every denomination, cross-cultural groups and para-church organizations use the ARC for Bible camps, retreats and outreach events.

Non-faith based groups such as private and public schools, craft groups, recovery groups and non-profit organizations also find the ARC to be a great place to ‘Come Away and Rest Awhile.’

We welcome you to take a free tour of the ARC. Check us out online at www.arc-aflc.org.

2 thoughts on “About the ARC

  1. Hello. What is the cost of the craft weekend? Could a group book a weekend retreat of their own and what is the cost of that as well? Thank you!


    1. Hi Janine, Sorry it’s taken so long to get back to you regarding the craft weekend. Cost for this retreat will be $40.00 and includes lunch. In answer to your other question, many craft groups have used the ARC for scrapbooking, quilting, knitting and other crafts. Giving you a cost is difficult because we try to keep our costs low by offering different packages depending on availability, etc. Best thing to do would be to email us at guestservice@arc-aflc.org or call Mary or Pat at 715-294-2877 for pricing. Have a blessed day!


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