Camp & Retreat Ministries is made up of five beautiful camp and retreat centers in New York. Come and see.

Casowasco
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Aldersgate
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Skye Farm
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Sky Lake
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Asbury
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The Upper New York Conference stretches from the Adirondacks west to the edges of two Great Lakes, north to the St. Lawrence Seaway and south to the state border with Pennsylvania. The conference owns and operates five Christian camp and retreat centers, each serving a diverse population, whether rural, urban or suburban, each offering opportunities to connect with God's creation, with a loving, Christian community and with friends, new and old.

Find a 2018 Program!

2768

campers visited our sites this summer!

962

of our campers were at one of our sites for the first time.


Upcoming Events

Open House: Day at CampOn June 10th, 2018

Casowasco

Plan to attend our Open House event this year and discover what a day at camp is like! Whether you are a family who is learning about Casowasco for the first time,…

Asbury Express IJuly 22nd - July 25th, 2018

Asbury

Asbury Express IIJuly 22nd - July 25th, 2018

Asbury

News

Sky Lake Desktop Wallpaper Calendars 2018

Sky Lake Desktop Wallpaper Calendars 2018Posted on August 1st, by Matthew Williams

Sky Lake

We’ve created a monthly series of Harvey the Hippo desktop wallpaper calendars for 2018. Each month you’ll have a variety of sizes from which to choses. We update this page monthly,…

In MemoriamPosted on July 3rd, by Matthew Williams

Sky Lake

Testimonials

“Our work space was perfect for us, set up very well. Meals were very well done. I have come every year and like it very much! See you next year - thanks!”

— Retreat Guest

“I feel he is getting a very rich Christian experience while having a ton of fun. I believe he is safe and well monitored.”

— Camper Family

“Great food! Love the variety and the ability to accommodate special needs.”

— Retreat Guest

“Scenic, peaceful, relaxing - it allowed for full concentration on my spiritual development.”

— Retreat Guest