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

Special Needs Winter Retreat 2018

Special Needs Winter Retreat 2018

January 4th - January 6th, 2018

A retreat for persons (ages 15-65) with mild- to moderate-developmental disabilities needing minimal-to-no assistance with daily living skills. Enjoy outdoor and indoor winter activities like hiking, singing, worship, crafts, jigsaw puzzles, talent show, sledding, making snow angels, and more! Sky Lake is owned and operated by the Upper New York Annual Conference of… MORE

S’more Time Gathering

On January 6th, 2018 March 24th, 2018

Family Winter Weekends 2018

January 12th - January 15th, 2018
and on February 16th - February 19th, 2018

News

Autumn 2017 Edition of Xenia is Available

Autumn 2017 Edition of Xenia is Available

Posted on November 20th, by Matthew Williams

The Fall edition of our newsletter, Xenia News, is now available online. Click here to read about what’s been going… MORE

Grateful For Where We’re Going: Planning Our Church Visit Tour 2018

Posted on November 3rd, by Matthew Williams

Grateful For Where We’ve Been: Ladies Of The Lake

Posted on November 3rd, by Matthew Williams

Testimonials

“The food was rated a 10 (with the following comment). You could serve it to God.”

— Camper

“Since camp, my son has been more confident, has better coping strategies, gets along better with others, and has a sense of responsibility for his actions.”

— Camper Family

“I love it here. I always feel as though the staff bends over backwards to provide whatever we ask.”

— Retreat Guest

Your Story

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