About

Natural beauty, with a completely private beach, swimming, and boating in a 16-acre pond. A meeting hall/dance space, additional meeting spaces, a large dining hall with a large commercial kitchen. We have dozens of cabins, with plenty of sites for tenting. The campground of 417 acres offers many possible choices for a wide range of group activities, hiking, swimming and group meetings.

CTT is conveniently located:

  • 1 hour west from the Five Colleges area
  • 2 hours west from Boston
  • 2 hours and 15 minutes north from New York
  • 1 hour and 15 minutes south east from Albany, NY
  • 40 minutes northwest from Bradley International Airport (Hartford, CT)

CTT was founded in 1967 by the Connecticut Valley Girl Scout Council with the mission of developing strong girls to be respectful, resourceful and make the world a better place. Their verdant forests attracted the musicians, environmentalists and healers of HeARTbeat Collective who came and began offering Unifier Festival on site in 2015.  In 2017 their dream came true when they were joined by Dance New England, who, through creative movement and dance also sought to ignite self-expression in a natural setting. In 2019 Indigenous Elders from around the world joined the growing communities coming together as CTT hosted the Aniwa Gathering.  We were also joined by the inspirational Odyssey Teen Camp. Today, we welcome your community to join the Camp Timber Trails family of communities as we foster the founding girls’ vision of  transformation and sustainability through dance, music, arts, healing, communication and the power of human spirit! For more information or to explore rentals, please call CTT at 1.413.888.8338.

Camp Timber Trails is managed by the LLC’s Board of Managers:

Jason Cohen
Paul Freundlich
Jeffrey Mazur
Jilsarah Moscowitz
Heidi Schauster
Rhonda “Rhock” Harrison
Dan Getman