Weekends and Rentals

A Beautiful 234-Acre Property

Our facilities are perfect for Youth Groups, Corporate Picnics, Special Events, Church Retreats, Family Reunions, Class Trips, and so much more!

Contact us for information about weekend programs or renting our facilities.

Please note we do not rent our facilities or run weekend programs June 1 – September 1

Outdoor School and day trip information click here

We have so much space and so many options available; chances are we can customize our activities and spaces to meet your goals and fit your needs.

Overnight Camp Property:

Cabins consist of lodges with two open dorm rooms, each sleeping eight to twelve people in bunk beds, with one shared bathroom and shower area, and a staff sleeping area. Total occupancy of the Upper Cabins is 82 and 72 for the Lower Cabins.

Tween Creek Cabins can sleep up to ten people in each of the six cabins. They are situated in a separate village on the camp property and include access to a covered pavilion complete with fireplace, electrical outlets, and picnic tables, as well as an adjacent basketball/play-court area. The Tween Creeks cabins are all wheel-chair accessible. These cabins are not winterized, therefore are only available April through October by special request.

The Dining Hall is a winterized dining area and kitchen that can accommodate up to 147 people (in the main room) and a total of 179 people when also using the porch. This building is a multi-purpose facility and is often used for evening programs or lesson activities in the event of difficult weather conditions. It is equipped with Wi-Fi, a large pull-down movie screen, and a sound system.

Day Camp Property:

  • 65 acres of fields and woodlands, a large main open field area, and a playground and hard top play court. Two covered pavilions are available, each accommodating up to 50 people.
  • Indoor facility with seating for 200, only available during inclement weather. The prep kitchen can be used by your caterer (if approved by the camp).
  • Several indoor bathroom facilities.

Program Options:

Day Trips:

  • Group challenges, low ropes course, team building, survival/shelter building
  • Environmental Day trip
  • Extended Day Trips until 7:00 PM

We can design a program to bring your participants a fun and valuable experience. Water coolers will be provided during activities on warmer days.

Group Challenge Course:
Typically, groups spend two hours out on the challenge field, and can work through 5 to 7 challenge activities.

Low Ropes Course:
The Low Ropes Course is an excellent follow-up to the Group Challenge Course. These activities require more careful supervision and more cooperation between the participants.


We have several scenic locations that can be used for ceremonies, such as a gazebo with open space; and a secluded campfire site overlooking the lake, accessible by wooded lakeside boardwalk.

We are a non-profit organization. Our rental fees go back into supporting the educational and camp programs that we run throughout the year.

For more information and pricing, contact Rebecca Coco, Outreach Coordinator (215) 542-7974 or email  email hidden; JavaScript is required

For weekday SCHOOL programs, contact our camp office.