The camp meeting area has its own association which collects annual assessments for the upkeep and maintenance of the privately owned grounds. This once “summer cottage” area has had few physical changes over the years and is basically unchanged. Many residents have remodeled and turned the summer cottages into a year-round residence. Today the majority of the 240 homes in the camp meeting are winterized. The Mt. Gretna Camp Meeting Association does have its own “Digest of rules and regulations” which may be obtained by contacting the association.
Another section of Mt. Gretna located in West Cornwall Township is Stoberdale. Stoberdale consists of 22 homes they do not have their own association.
Today, along with the sections of Quentin and Mt. Gretna, West Cornwall invites a privately owned community called Gretna Springs which is located in the southern part of the Township near Lancaster County line. Gretna Springs Community consists of approximately 200 homes. Along with much farmland, the Township also includes Cabin Point, Northwood Estates, Old Mine Road and a section of Arnold Court.