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

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There are no scheduled upcoming events at Sky Lake

(As of October 26th)

However, we are hard at work planning some great things for 2020 and beyond…

In the mean time, we'd love to you get your group on the books for a retreat of your own. We'll help you plan and make the best of what Sky Lake has to offer. Check out our facilities and just what we offer.

Please contact us with any questions you might have. See you soon!

News

Passes Now Available for Hiking & Fishing at Sky Lake

Passes Now Available for Hiking & Fishing at Sky Lake

Posted on June 18th, by Matthew Williams

After several months of being completely on pause, the grounds of Sky Lake Camp & Retreat Center are now open on a limited basis for… MORE

Important Announcement Regarding UNY Summer Camp 2020

Posted on May 13th, by Matthew Williams

#GivingTuesdayNow

Posted on May 1st, by Matthew Williams

Testimonials

“This was a great week… thank you for a week that I will remember for my entire life!”

— Camper Family

“For once I don't have to worry about being made fun of or judged. Camp is really fun!”

— Camper

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

— Retreat Guest

Your Story

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