About

Winter and Spring Individual Rentals

Come and stay in a rustic cabin in the woods, or rent the Lodge and enjoy a kitchen and wood stove with your pod (in several bedrooms and one large shared space).  Until large group rentals resume, individuals or small groups can rent directly at CTT.  For more information, please enquire at cabinrentals@camptimbertrails.org .

Our facilities include an amphitheater overlooking the lake (perfect for weddings and performance events). The West Wind dining hall with commercial kitchen can serve over 400; a smaller commercial kitchen serves 40. Our Barefoot Ballroom contains a vast hand-built dance floor. Over 50 cabins (each sleeping 4) are organized into small pods with separate bath-houses. The large outdoor festival stage welcomes performances for hundreds to more than a thousand. There are a wide variety of other administrative and sleeping facilities. Most facilities are rustic more than elegant, but fully functional. The beach hosts a large dock making swimming areas manageable for youth. A boathouse manages kayaks, canoes, paddles and life-preservers.

We welcome individuals and small group rentals such as private retreats, reunions, weddings, and small gatherings beginning in April, and again in September annually. Winter Rentals are also available for smaller groups.

A Word about COVID-19 and safety

We believe that a great many events fit well with our Covid-safe environment, particularly the outdoor spaces and open-air sleeping cabins. Camp Timber Trails does not make COVID-19 safety decisions for our renters. We require renters who host group events to abide by any state or Federal regulations, but not impose additional requirements. Because they are free to set their own vaccination policies, please contact the organizer for the event you wish to attend to learn what the procedures, safety measures and constraints will be.

photo by Chris Dodds

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 and 40 minutes northwest from Bradley International Airport (Hartford, CT)

Our Herstory & History

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:

Rhonda Harrison (co-president), Jeffrey Mazur (co-president), Michaela Fissel, Paul Freundlich, Dan Getman, Heidi Schauster, Maggie Zellner.

Big appreciation to our former Chair for the last 2 years, Jason Cohen, and our past chairs Lisa Kennedy and Jade Barker.