Sycamore Tree Retreat Center

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The Sycamore Tree Catholic Retreat Center exists to provide solitude and silence, where one enters into a deeper personal encounter with Christ.

We warmly welcome our guests who venture “off the beaten path” to seek Christ in solitude and prayer at The Sycamore Tree. You may choose to make a private retreat in one of our guest cabins for a time of prayerful silence or join us for a group day of recollection.

Visit our website for retreat details, scheduled events and more information.
View the map for directions. *Note that Google Maps information is incorrect.

Our Sacramental Life
Our schedule includes daily Mass, depending on priest availability, the Liturgy of the Hours and daily adoration of the Blessed Sacrament. Guests are invited to join us for any of our times of communal prayer. The Sacrament of Reconciliation is available depending on priest availability.

The Four "S's" : Solitude - Silence - Surrender - Servanthood
The Four “S’s” : Solitude – Silence – Surrender – Servanthood

Retreat Cabins
We have five modern retreat cabins, a small guest house, and a “monastic cell” (the Hut), available for guests. See the CABIN INFORMATION on our website for accommodations and suggested donations.

Airport Access:
Glacier Park International Airport (Kalispell MT) FCA 66 miles
Missoula International Airport (Missoula MT) MSO 132 miles

Area Attractions:
Glacier National Park – 80 miles north
Flathead Lake – 40 miles
Seeley-Swan Outdoor Recreational Area
Bob Marshall Wilderness Area
Jewel Basin Hiking Area – 44 miles north
Whitefish Mountain Ski and Summer Resort
Blacktail Mountain Ski Resort

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The name “Sycamore Tree” is borrowed from the 19th chapter of the Gospel of Luke where a genesis of conversion is described in the story of Zacchaeus, tax collector and searcher from Jericho, who set himself up for a meeting with Jesus by climbing a sycamore tree. (Luke 19:4)  The Sycamore Tree is a place where one goes (climbs the tree) for a deeper and more personal encounter with Christ.