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Retreats (Year Round)

Camp Timberledge provides an intimate setting, close to nature, for small to mid-sized Christian retreats and meetings.

Lodging and dining facilities are available (see “Facilities”). However, the Camp Center is the only winterized building available for retreats year-round. Each group is responsible for preparing its own meals unless alternate arrangements are made with a local caterer.

Recreation experiences at Camp Timberledge include boating/canoeing/kayaking, lake swimming, basketball, softball, volleyball, and ping pong. Marked hiking, cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing trails are available.

The 20-acre Timberledge Lake is stocked with bass, bluegills, catfish and pickerel, and catch/release fishing practices are encouraged. When the lake freezes each winter, guests can try ice fishing and ice skating. Fishing equipment is not provided, and a Pennsylvania fishing license is required for guests age 16 or older.
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The Delaware River, part of the National Park System, is a less than 6 away. Outfitters offer canoe, kayak and raft rentals for groups interested in day of water adventure.

Relaxation is a natural at Camp Timberledge. While unwinding outdoors, guests are likely to see such wildlife as beaver, deer, raccoons, squirrels and numerous species of birds, including families of ducks and geese. A variety of trees and wild flowers are also prevalent on the grounds. Two miles of lake-side and forested trails are popular with guests.

Shopping is convenient. Camp Timberledge is two miles from a country store, restaurants and a family fun park, and within six miles of supermarkets, K Mart, Wal-Mart, and specialty shops.

To Make Reservations: Contact Dr. Joseph Barnes for application, rates and availability at jbarnes@camptimberledge.org, 717-766-4134 or 570-729-8388 (July and August).

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