Incarnation Center has numerous outdoor basketball courts, ping pong tables, fields and other facilities that can be used during your stay. Below are some of our facilities and offerings that are available by arrangement:
The Episcopal church has a tradition of beautiful liturgies and Eucharistic services; the clergy and laity of Incarnation Center have years of experience in creating moving and profound services based on that tradition. Please consult with us as to your needs. We have two chapels, one indoor and one outside by the lake, as well as other spaces available for worship. Vessels, bread, and wine are provided at no charge.
Our Activity Center is heated with a lit indoor court and viewing deck. The space is ideal for youth programs and training courses. Large conferences have also made use of this spacious and versatile building.
We adore all of our animal friends! Not only do they enrich our educational and camp programming, but each animal has become part of the Incarnation family. Our farm is home to llamas, goats, pigs, chickens, rabbits and donkeys. Our reptile and amphibian room, located inside Bushy Hill Nature Center, houses both native and non-native species. Please visit our animals and coordinate with our Farm Manager if you would like formal programming for your group: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Harnesses, helmets, and carabineers are provided for a fun day on the high ropes course. The adventure begins with a safety brief by qualified instructors, an equipment check, and then its up into the trees! Using multiple high structures that have been recently built, groups build understanding and trust, conquer fears, and foster individual achievement. The course finishes with an exciting zip line. Not available between November and February.
Through the use of games and physical challenges, groups become more physically comfortable and closer emotionally with one another. The focus here is on building group cohesion.
Our spectacular mile-long lake allows us to provide swimming and boating opportunities in a unique setting. Feel the wind in your hair and the sand on your feet while being watched by trained lifeguards (from May to September).
Our 700 acres are home to 10 miles of trails that run through a selection of different environments, including protected wetlands and New England virgin forest. The trails provide potential locations for a variety of programs, including backwoods games and meditation exercises. Along the way there are fire pits, walkways, and rocks to climb over, so bring your hiking boots! Trails are open to the public during the off-season (September through April).
Create a bonfire at one of our many fire pits for a truly memorable setting to any number of spiritual experiences.
Guided Nature Hikes
Our experienced guides can show you the natural and unique beauty of our site. Hike the trails and gain a better understanding of the ecosystems that are operating around you.