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Camps & Conference Centers
Below are various organizations that are affiliated with camps and conference centers.  These are places where people can come together to learn, pray, rest, and/or play. 
Adelynrood Retreat and Conference Center
Adelynrood is a conference and retreat center which is owned and operated by the Society of the Companions of the Holy Cross. They offer women and men an opportunity to retreat and to discover new resources for living through conferences, workshops and silent retreats. We have added fall events. Also, private rooms are available for those who would simply appreciate a peaceful respite from their daily responsibilities.
Camp DeWolfe
Located on the north shore of Long Island in Wading River, NY, on woodlands with a beach front on Long Island Sound, Camp DeWolfe is a four season retreat facility and summer camp dedicated to the spiritual, physical, and emotional growth of campers and retreat participants in a recreational and educational environment. The camp has served adult groups and children since 1947.
Episcopal Camps and Conference Centers (ECCC)
A religious, nonprofit organization within the Episcopal Church. All diocesan-related camps and conference centers and their respective directors are automatically members. Active participants are primarily professionals who see their work as ministry.
Find the Divine
An ecumenical directory provides information on retreat centers, spiritual workshops, conference centers, and retreats & spiritual direction all over the Unites States.
Incarnation Center
A Connecticut retreat and conference center, Incarnation Center is an ideal setting for Christian retreats, a confirmation class retreat, spiritual retreats, and 12 step programs. We also host many non-Christian related groups such as barber shop singers, quilting retreats, and scrapbooking retreats. Established in 1886 as a summer camp, the rustic and Adirondack style center has hosted conferences and groups since the 1960s.
Kanuga Camp & Conference Center
Affiliated with the Episcopal Church since 1928, Kanuga Conferences is situated on 1,400 mountain acres near Hendersonville, North Carolina, with scenic Kanuga Lake at its center. It welcomes more than 35,000 guests annually, to the year-round conference center, Camp Kanuga, Camp Bob Summer, and the Mountain Trail Outdoor School.
Mandala Center
A retreat center located three and a half miles west of Des Moines in the northeastern sector of New Mexico. It sits at 7000 feet on the slopes of Sierra Grande, with sweeping views including the Fuji-like Capulin Volcano National Monument. This ecumenical, multi-racial, multi-cultural resource center provides programs in three special areas of interest: leadership development, spiritual development, health and wholeness.
Outdoor Ministries Network of ELCA
This network of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America consists of approximately 135 outdoor ministry programs or sites in the United States and Puerto Rico. This network serves all ages and offers programs and facilities that are both year-round and seasonal.
Roslyn Center
The Virginia Diocesan Center at Roslyn is located on 150 scenic acres in Henrico County, Virginia, two miles west of the City of Richmond on the James River. Roslyn welcomes more than 400 churches and non-profit organizations every year for residential conferences, retreats and seminars, day-only meetings and picnics. Accomodations include meeting spaces for groups from 5-100 people; modern bedrooms for 50 (or 100 if double occupancy); and the new Dining Hall which seats 150.
Shrine Mont Retreat Center
Located in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia on 1100 acres of land, Shrine Mont is home to retreats, conferences, camps and guests. We open in early spring and remain open through the second Sunday in November. We can accommodate retreat groups and conferences ranging in size from 20 to 550. Family reunions and individuals are always welcome. Individual reservations are accepted on a space-available basis. We host church retreats, camps for children, meetings and conferences for religious and secular groups, high school band and sports camps, and are home each year to the Shenandoah Valley Music Festival and the Bishop’s Bluegrass Festival.