Set on top of Tuscarora Mountain, Sky Lake is a place of relaxation for you.

Our rustic charm and comfortable surroundings await your arrival. Retreat to a chair overlooking the picturesque lake or go for a leisurely stroll on one of the trails that meander through the bountiful forests. Our year-round facilities offer the perfect setting for an intimate week-long retreat or a day-long conference for 200. In the summer months, we operate as a resident Christian summer camp. Children, youth, and persons with special needs are invited to spend a week or more in one of our exciting summer camp programs. Since 1947, countless religious, educational, nonprofit, and service organizations have found strength for the journey from time spent at Sky Lake.

Upcoming Events

S’more Time Gathering

S’more Time Gathering

On March 24th, 2018

We have a long list of things that we absolutely love about camp here at Sky Lake, but at or near the top of our list is definitely the joy that comes from helping youth connect with one another. To help create and foster those connections beyond summer, we’re putting together a… MORE

Rejuvenate: A Spring Ladies of the Lake Experience 2018

April 20th - April 22nd, 2018

Volunteer Work Day 2018

On May 5th, 2018


2018 Summer Camp & Retreat Programs Registration Opens!

2018 Summer Camp & Retreat Programs Registration Opens!

Posted on February 1st, by Mike Huber

Upper New York Camp & Retreat Ministries (CRM) is excited to announce that registration is now open for its 2018 Summer Camp & Retreat programs. Program… MORE

Sky Lake Desktop Wallpaper Calendars 2018

Posted on February 26th, by Matthew Williams

Summer 2018 Lineup

Posted on December 28th, by Matthew Williams


“No one judges you at camp. You can be your own person. Everyone is loving and (they) care about you as a person.”

— Camper Family

“Everything was perfect, including the sunrise.”

— Retreat Guest

“My counselors are amazing. Not only are they fun and kind, but they are strong when talking about God. They always have the right words.”

— Camper

Your Story

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