Near the Bayside Restaurant and Lodge, the Outdoor Chapel fills a small clearing in the dense woods and is sheltered by a canopy of trees. The chapel is constructed of 8 × 8–inch stepped oak timbers that culminate in the center behind the altar to form a backdrop. It seats fifty people.
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