This collection of 300+ cottages is a must see. It speaks of an era of faith-based camps that were popular in 1800's. It evolved from tents to camps, mostly for summer use. Now a national historic district, nothing can be done to the outside. Do visit the museum and talk with staff - they have photos and stories of an earlier time. Interestingly, cottage owners do not own land - they have a one year renewable lease. When I visited 12 cottages were for sale - I was told for $300,000 to $500,000. Neat area to walk around.