Year-Round Opportunities at Camp Woodstock

Here at YMCA Camp Woodstock we know that your life doesn’t stop during the winter. Take advantage of our winterized lodging opportunities and keep your group’s team building and leadership development going all year long!

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Alumni Hall

This is our newest building on camp. The conference room is great for small group discussions and the multi-purpose room is great for large group activities, banquets, business retreats, birthday parties, or whatever else you can think of. With a capacity of  up to 100 people bring as many employees/members/teammates as you can! (Year Round)

Lakeside Dining Lodge

This is where your group will eat all their meals but also serves as a great open, indoor space. You can use the open space for all kinds of activities or lay out tables and chairs to provide seating for up to 450 people. (Year Round)

Roskin Leadership Lodge

This lodge sleeps 48 people and comes with 3 meeting spaces, 1 small space on either side of the lodge and 1 large meeting room in the back. The large room also has a gas fireplace to keep your group warm when necessary. (Year Round)

Boathouse Lodge

This lodge is right down on our waterfront and has room to sleep 44. The front of the building has a meeting space that looks out on beautiful Black Pond, a kitchen, and a wood stove. (Year Round)

Pop’s Program Lodge

Pops Program LodgeThis beautiful old building (made from the pines that originally grew in this spot) is a great meeting space for up to 300 people. We can provide you with folding chairs and tables if that’s what you have in mind for the space or use it as another great open space for activities. There are two big fireplaces inside as well as ping pong and foosball tables to give your participants a break from activities.

Summer Cabins

Our beautiful cabins have cedar shingles and pine interiors and have a combined capacity of up to 300 people. (Seasonal)

New Yurt City

These unique buildings have space to sleep 48 in four yurts. (Seasonal)

Bath Houses


ChapelChapel is where camp usually gathers on Sunday mornings but is a beautiful and peaceful spot for anyone to enjoy. Use it for your group or steal away by yourself before your activities get under way.

Council Ring

Council RingThe Council Ring is a great spot for a big camp fire and has amphitheater seating and a stage, perfect for presentations, variety shows, or whatever else you have in mind.

Main TrailMain Trail

Main Trail connects Main Camp (Boathouse, Pop’s, Cabins) to the Pines (Lakeside Dining Lodge, Roskin, New Yurt City) and can be lighted at night so everyone feels comfortable and safe moving around camp.


FenwayFenway is our own mini version of the famed ballpark. Get your group out and moving around with a game!


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For more information:
Lauren Remillard
860-974-1336 ext. 25