Our rental facilities include the Conference Center (or main building), Meetinghouse, Red House, three cabins, and 110 acres of fields and woods. Tent camping is also welcome.
Click on the links below to see:
- more about the Conference Center and Meetinghouse
- more about the Red House and cabins
- more about the trails and grounds
- or a campus map.
In addition to plenty of hotels, inns and B&Bs in the local area, nearby cultural and recreational activities abound.
Enjoy boating, swimming, fishing; hiking, biking and rock climbing; a butterfly garden; museums and historical sites; the Bridge of Flowers and glacial potholes in Shelburne Falls; riverboat cruises; farm-stands with local produce; a fabulous co-op market; a family-run department store; antiques; cafes, restaurants, and more…
Just down the road from us is Historic Deerfield (also known as Old Deerfield Village, a settlement dating back to 1669), which is a museum of New England history and art within the carefully preserved 330 year old village of Deerfield, Massachusetts.