Set on gorgeous Owasco lake, Casowasco is perfect for you

Our site boasts over 200 wooded acres, a beautiful gorge, and over a mile of shoreline on Owasco 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 and high ropes course, conduct retreats and workshops, lead singing and games, and provide supervision for recreation activities. In the summer months (Mid June to Mid August) we operate as a Christian youth camp. All youth from ages 6 to 18 are invited to spend a week or more in one of our exciting summer camp programs.


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Upcoming Events

Camp Echo

Camp Echo

December 30th - January 1st, 2015

Missing camp? Don’t worry - in just a few short months, Casowasco campers will have the chance to attend the most amazing New Year’s party around!  We will spend 3 jam-packed days cheering in the arrival of 2015 with the campfires blazing and the hot cocoa ready. Play an intense game of… MORE

Scholarship Fundraiser with Beautiful Mess Productions

On January 10th, 2015

SOLID Youth Retreats 2015

January 30th - February 1st, 2015
and on February 6th - February 8th, 2015

News

CRM Offers Miniature Replicas of Iconic Buildings

CRM Offers Miniature Replicas of Iconic Buildings

Posted on December 10th, by Kevin Dunn

Looking for a unique Christmas gift for friends and family?  Look no further!  Camp & Retreat Ministries is offering miniature replicas of one… MORE

Camp Echo Waitlist

Posted on October 30th, by Kevin Dunn

The Bead Program

Posted on September 17th, by Kevin Dunn

Testimonials

“I love it here. I always feel as though the staff bends over backwards to provide whatever we ask.”

— Retreat Guest

“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

“One of my favorite aspects of Casowasco has always been chapel, mainly because the music played is a way to make a relationship with God through a familiar medium.”

— Camper

Your Story

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