(listed in reverse alphabetical order)
Located in the forever-wild Adirondacks of NY State, Unirondack provides 7 weeks of youth summer camp, a summer family camp, and spring and fall retreats for families, teens and adults within a community where UU values are lived and every aspect of the program is filled with opportunities for self-expression, creativity and belonging.
Located within the UNESCO Niagara Escarpment Biosphere Reserve on 50 beautiful acres of meadows, coniferous and deciduous forests with marshes, streams, caves, and a spring fed pond, Unicamp offers summer camps for children and families, nature programs, arts programs and more. It is a place to relax, explore, meet new people, and re-connect with self, community and nature.
Located on 142 rugged acres in the storied Hill Country near Kerrville, Texas, UBarU programs include 3 weeks of summer youth camps, a summer family camp, men’s and women’s retreats and astronomy weekends.
One of the nine Isles of Shoals, and accessible only by boat, Star is located six miles off the coast of New Hampshire and Maine and home to the historic Oceanic Hotel. Programs include intergenerational, youth and adult retreats. Conference themes include world affairs, social justice, natural history and spirituality. Day trippers and boaters are welcome.
Shelter Neck was originally a Unitarian mission school and experimental farm. The historic buildings there (farmhouse, school building, and Chapel) annually host three summer youth camps, many retreats for central and eastern North Carolina UU congregations, as well as the Annual Meeting of the Universalist Convention of NC.
Rowe Center is nestled in Western Massachusetts’ Berkshire Mountains, offering year-round weekend workshops led by nationally known presenters on nature, spirituality, creative arts, personal growth, and politics. Summer camps are for children, youth and adults, and a community service internship program allows participants to live and work in a value-based community.
This historic site is where John Murray preached his first Universalist sermon in America in 1770. Located on twenty peaceful acres in the Pine Barrens of New Jersey, Murray Grove offers year-round lodging for up to sixty-six people, meeting spaces, commercial kitchen and a (seasonal) salt water pool.
Located atop a 4200 ft granite cliff in the Blue Ridge Mountains, overlooking majestic Blue Valley in the ecologically diverse Nantahala National Forest, the Center offers summer youth camps, youth cons, outdoor education programs, and group and personal retreats.
Located on the coast of southern Maine with a beautiful 32-acre oceanfront campus, Ferry Beach programs include a variety of creative and educational conference weeks for children, youth, young adults, men, women and the LGBTQ community. Family workshops for intergenerational families, military families, transracial families, and gay families.
Founded by the Greater New Orleans Unitarian Universalists and located in the heart of New Orleans, CELSJR is an urban center for transformational learning, immersion experiences, and retreats that nurture the movement. CELSJR is a catalyst for promoting social, economic, environmental, and racial justice.
Located in the San Bernardino National Forest in California at an elevation of 6,800 feet, the camp is surrounded by a forest of towering pines, cedars, and oaks. Programs include youth, family and adult summer camps, church weekend retreats, yoga camps, and music, art, photography, and performing arts camps.