Set in the tall pines of the Adirondack Park, Skye Farm is the place for you.

Our site boasts over 400 wooded acres with a gorgeous view of Sherman Lake. In addition to providing facilities for groups to conduct their own retreats, meetings, worship services, and programs, we can assist with program planning, guide groups through our low ropes course, conduct retreats and workshops, lead singing and games, and provide leadership for activities.

In the summer months, Skye Farm operates as a resident Christian summer camp. Ages 6 to 18 are invited to spend a week or more in one of our exciting summer programs.


Register for Summer Camp 2020: REGISTER NOW.

Upcoming Events

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There are no scheduled upcoming events at Skye Farm

(As of January 22nd)

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 Skye Farm 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

Summer Camp 2020 Registration Now Open

Summer Camp 2020 Registration Now Open

Posted on January 15th, by David Wood

Registration is now open for our exciting slate of 2020 summer programs at Casowasco, Sky Lake, and Skye Farm! Additionally, Asbury Retreat Center will continue to… MORE

Spring 2019 Edition of Xenia is Available

Posted on April 2nd, by Matthew Williams

Committee on & Director of CRM Publish Letter In Response to Special Session of General Conference

Posted on March 18th, by Mike Huber

Testimonials

“My counselors are amazing. Not only are they fun and kind, but they are strong when talking about God. They always have the right words.”

— Camper

“I feel he is getting a very rich Christian experience while having a ton of fun. I believe he is safe and well monitored.”

— Camper Family

“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

Your Story

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