Lodging at Song of the Morning is simple and comfortable, allowing guests to get the most out of their yogic experience without the distractions of phones, televisions, etc. We have a variety of lodging options, in most cases priced by the room; all include two meals. Please note: we have limited accommodations with private baths. If you’d like a room with private bath, please book early. Full time students receive a 25% discount. Click here to explore lodging options and book your accommodations.
If you are coming to Song of the Morning to just hike for the day or you are attending a retreat, but are choosing to stay off site, there is a day use fee. The day use fee is $10 for a single day use, or $25 for weekend use (Friday, Saturday, Sunday). If you plan on eating while you are here, please make reservations for the meals you would like to partake in.
The cuisine from Song of the Morning’s vegetarian kitchen is a memorable experience. Meals are included with lodging. They will delight your palate and rejuvenate your body and soul. Click here for more information.
Enjoy the spectacular natural landscape of the Pigeon River and the surrounding forest on our Mainhouse deck during meals, or anytime throughout the day. Picnic tables are also available on the grass overlooking the river; benches are located at shrines throughout our 800 forested acres.
Located in the Lodge, our spiritual library has the complete collection of Paramahansa Yogananda’s published works, most of which are also available in our bookstore. There are also many other spiritual books for guests to enjoy.
Fireplace & Meditation Space
Warm yourself by the fireplace with a good book from our library, or take some time for a personal meditation. Both the Boathouse and Lodge facilities are available as sacred spaces.
Our Ranch gift shop is stocked with spiritual books, CDs, DVDs, statues, clothing, scarves, purses, snacks and much more. To view our online store, click here.
Scenic trails throughout our property provide the perfect opportunity for hiking and biking in the summer and skiing in the winter (equipment not provided). Many trails end at shrines, providing a peaceful space for meditation or rest.
A 20x20-foot platform overlooking the Pigeon River as it winds through the forest provides the ideal spot for personal reflection or a midday meditation.