Lodging & Facilities
From traditional summer camp cabins to modern retreat centers, we have several lodging options from which to choose: Retreat Centers, Cabin Villages, or Lodges. All retreat centers are winterized and have fully equipped kitchens (including dishes, cups, silverware, pots, dishwasher, refrigerator, stove, coffeemaker, etc.), fireplaces or wood stoves, community bathrooms, and bedrooms for 2, 3, or 4 persons. One or more retreat centers can be reserved.
Joyce Blacker Outdoor Chapel overlooks Billings Lake and has benches and a large deck/stage.
Lakeview Campfire Circle located just behind Raff Dining Room has views of Billings Lake plus provides a lovely campfire ring and benches.
Casstevens Hall is a multi-purpose indoor space with large windows that invite the worshiper to appreciate God's creation. This space can be set with chairs and tables to create the environment you desire for your group.
Grace Field for soccer, softball, or group games
Goodsell Program Shelter provides a covered group/picnic area in case of inclement weather
Hiking/Cross-country skiing/Snowshoeing trails
Campfire Rings associated with most lodging units
Access to the Pachaug State Forest Hiking Trail System, as well as gravel roads for mountain biking
Beals Beach and waterfront area on Billings Lake -- We require our lifeguards to be on duty for use of the lake while your group is staying with us. Please discuss arrangements with the Camp Wightman Office when you make your reservation.
Buttonwood Ice Cream - Home of the Sunflower festival
Mystic Sea Aquarium
Mohegan Sun Casino
Stone Bridge Farm
Pachaug State Forest