Our warm and friendly staff, quality facilities and pristine 425-acre property makes Hume New England the perfect location for your next church or group retreat. We will walk through the entire planning process with you to help design the perfect experience for your group. Hospitality is a hallmark of our Ministry.
We are here for you
Our experienced and committed staff are here to manage all of the logistics of meals, lodging, and a wide-range of activities for you and your group. We can customize your retreat to fit your needs and take care of the details so that you can focus on God and invest in your group.
Location, Location, Location
Hume New England is ideal for accommodating groups of many sizes. Situated between 1600 and 1800 ft. elevation, our grounds and facilities are tucked away in the heart of the Berkshires. A perfect location to relax, replenish, retreat and reconnect.
Nestled in the beautiful Berkshire’s and surrounded by lush forests. We have numerous lodging options and have accommodations for up to 140 guests.
We have various meeting spaces for groups of all sizes. Many include cozy fireside seating and inspirational views of the surrounding nature. Our meeting spaces also have equipment to meet your audio/visual needs.
We are a camp and we know how to have fun. Several activities are available to our guest groups to provide you with a fun break or a way to spend quality time together.
Some of our activities include: a mechanical bull, high ropes, hiking trails, boating, disc golf, lawn games, volleyball and much more.
Dining & Meals
An excellent dining experience is awaiting all of our guests. We pride ourselves in providing great food and plenty of options. Coffee, teas, juices, sodas, and a cappuccino machine are just some of the choices you’ll find at each meal. You won’t be disappointed. Once you taste it for yourself, you will agree.
Not only is the food top notch, but our dining hall is situated overlooking the waterfront for a pleasant dining experience complete with inspirational views.
Most online mapping services will suggest you turn onto Chestnut Hill Rd. from MA-23.We recommend you do not take this route because it is steep, unstable, and closed during the winter. You may Download this PDF to bring with you or reference the following instructions.