NOTE: The use of the Chapel and all other facilities is to be in compliance with the Social Principles of the United Methodist Church.


The LODGES – Willow/Spruce, Hemlock/Locust, Pine/Poplar, Oak/Maple
Each of these lodges sleeps 44 people in dormitory fashion in single beds. Each lodge has an attached bath house. Willow/Spruce is typically a male cabin. Pine/Poplar and Oak/Maple have a large combined bathhouse and are typically female cabins. Hemlock/Locust can be used as a male or female cabin depending on the size of your group.



ELM - sleeps 29 people with three separate rooms in bunk beds. Various male/female ratios are possible. Please contact the Site Director for additional layout information. Elm has a nearby detached bathhouse.



The RETREAT CABIN accommodates a maximum of eight persons. The cabin includes a living room, ¾ bath, kitchenette and two bedrooms. The kitchenette is equipped with a refrigerator and microwave; no stove is available. Sleeping accommodations include two bunk beds per room. The INFIRMARY is also available as a retreat cabin sleeping 6 with attached full bathroom.



The INDOOR CHAPEL accommodates a maximum of 200 people and is a great place to have a wedding. The interior is a rustic, exposed beam décor with knotty pine wainscoting. An electric organ is available.



The BOWEN PAVILION can accommodate 75 people and comes with convertible picnic table/benches, electricity, lights, and a pull down screen. A gas grill can be provided for a fee. Basketball courts, sand volleyball, horseshoe pit, and bathrooms are nearby.



The RECREATION HALL accommodates 125 people. There is a raised stage and various rectangular tables available. The building has a studio piano and contains a pull down screen and a TV, DVD/VCR player, and digital projector.





BEECH is a small meeting room that can seat 25 people comfortably. Padded chairs and rectangle tables are provided. Restrooms and parking area are near this facility.



The CANTEEN is an indoor game room with 2 ping pong tables, a pool table, foosball, and miscellaneous board games.




Other camp facilities include a large fire pit with benches for entire camp, outdoor chapel with benches, 2 short nature trails, and easy access to the Appalachian Trail.

Groups have a choice of either having their meals prepared by the food service staff, or providing their own food and preparing their own meals. Meals are served buffet style. Dining may be with other groups who have reserved other facilities.

Bringing pets on camp property is discouraged but individual circumstances may be negotiated with Center Director prior to arrival. No pets are permitted in any of the buildings.

If you have any questions related to facilities, availability, or tours, please contact Sam Richardson, by phoning 814-558-4817 or 717-766-7395 (winter) or you may email him at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  


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