Renting Camp Marshall
An amazing opportunity to help Camp Marshall! You can help camp by planning a retreat for you or your family.
In this extraordinary time of COVID-19 we are open to individuals/families who belong to the Episcopal Church and non-profit groups. It is important to understand we are NOT open to any group with 15 or more persons. Our expectation is access is for individuals or single-family units’ in a way that does not place; our staff, guests or communities of origin, at risk of contracting COVID-19. To reduce potential exposure we will not be serving food or using common spaces such as the dining hall. Families can enjoy their own lodging and use of property assigned to them (if other families are there at the same time). Otherwise there are 27 acres to enjoy. *Sorry - No Dogs
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Looking ahead to 2021
When summer camp is not in session, Camp Marshall may be rented by non-profit, educational, and community groups for gatherings and retreats. During the spring and fall, Camp Marshall can accommodate groups of 60 or more. During the winter, Camp Marshall has heated space for 25 guests.
We have rustic cabins with bunk bed accommodations for up to 100. Guests who use these cabins utilize bathhouses located on the east and west end of camp.
We have two winterized houses (Coventry House and Canterbury House) with bunk bed accommodations for 20, and with two double beds.
Brewer Lodge, our newly renovated dining hall and main gathering space, comfortably seats 80.
Brewer Lodge, our dining hall, seats 80.
A heated home with a bathroom, kitchenette, and room for five guests.
Heated with a living room, 2 bathrooms, and 8 bedrooms with bunk beds that sleep 20.
The living room in Canterbury House is an excellent meeting space for a small group.
Our outdoor chapel seats 60.
Some groups contract to use the waterfront area, kayaks, fishing boat, or paddleboards.
Camp Marshall has kayaks, SUPs, and other boats that may be rented during the late summer and fall months.
Guests enjoy Camp Marshall's lakefront setting and walk the 26 acre property.
Four unheated cabins which sleep six each are located on the west side of camp.
Our cabins are rustic. Guests bring their own bedding.
Four unheated cabins on the east side of camp have bunk beds for six, one cabin sleeps 12.
Some rental groups choose to participate in facilitated activities on our challenge course or archery range.
Camp Marshall has two unheated, canvas walled sleeping pavilions. Each pavilion sleeps 14.
The lake-facing wall of each sleeping pavilion may be raised to allow guests a view of the water.
Guests eat at round tables. Meetings and large group gatherings also take place here.