Set in the beautiful Adirondack Park, Aldersgate is simply ideal.

Our site boasts over 200 wooded and open acres with gorgeous views on three Adirondack Lakes. 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 recreational activities. In the summer months Aldersgate 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.


Registration is now open! Click here to view programs and register for Summer Camp 2014!

Upcoming Events

Spring Volunteer Work Day

Spring Volunteer Work Day

On May 10th, 2014

Help be part of preparing Aldersgate for a summer of life changing ministry by volunteering at Aldersgate’s Spring Work Day! We’ll be cleaning, raking, painting, and all-around preparing for an absolutely incredible summer camp season. Bring your family, friends, and a servant’s heart ready to work! Lunch will be provided… MORE

Mother’s Day Brunch

On May 11th, 2014

Open House: Day at Camp

On June 14th, 2014

News

Join us for one of our Open Houses!

Join us for one of our Open Houses!

Posted on April 3rd, by David Riddell

Plan to attend one of our Open House events this year! Whether you’re brand new to our sites or whether it’s been a… MORE

2014 Summer Camp & Retreat Programs Registration Opens!

Posted on January 29th, by David Riddell

Now Accepting 2014 Summer Staff Applications!

Posted on January 1st, by Rebekah Wachob

Testimonials

“My counselor really put God’s life and spirit into my heart and I thank him for it.”

— Camper

“My favorite part of the weekend was spending time with my children away from my ‘rat race’.”

— Retreat Guest

“Thanks for your hard work. See you next year!”

— Retreat Guest

Your Story

We want to hear from you. Help tell our story, by telling us yours. How did Aldersgate affect you or your family?Share Your Aldersgate Story