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

Taste and See: Just Desserts

Taste and See: Just Desserts

November 20th - November 22nd, 2015

Our Taste and See retreats offer opportunities to enjoy tangible evidence of God’s goodness. Spend a night or two before the holiday season with other men and women who enjoy making – and tasting! – desserts. Use the Hilliard’s Chocolate System to create your own homemade chocolates for gifts (or just for yourself),… MORE

Be Still: a silent retreat

December 11th - December 12th, 2015

Camp Echo

December 30th - January 1st, 2016


Summer Camp Chapel Playlist 2015

Summer Camp Chapel Playlist 2015

Posted on August 31st, by Kevin Dunn

Haven’t been able to stop singing songs from Chapel? We haven’t either! We sang some awesome songs in Chapel this summer, and we’… MORE

CRM Announces Staff Transitions

Posted on August 19th, by David Riddell

CRM Spring/Summer 2015 Newsletter Released

Posted on June 27th, by Mike Huber


“My counselor was one of the best I've ever had! She made this week super fun, and helped me to learn more about God and my relationship with him. She is an honest friend and I will remember her always in my heart.”

— Camper

“It's the most amazing experience and it's saved my life many times.”

— Camper

“My relationship with God was strengthened because up until now, I’ve never felt like I’ve known God.”

— Camper

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