Food & Lodging

Food: The Folk-Legacy weekend includes three meals on Saturday and brunch on Sunday.  Saturday-only guests are welcome to join us for any two meals on Saturday.  Beer and wine are allowed at camp for campers who are age 21 and older; alcohol will only be allowed in one building.  Dinner on Friday will be handled separately — it will be provided by a caterer (not the camp).  Friday dinner for adults is $20; kids 12 and under are $12.  Let us know if you want to join us; you can pay through BrownPaperTickets or just bring cash to the camp.

Lodging: Silver Lake hosts retreats in their five winterized buildings and non-winterized cabins. A description of each of the facilities can be found on the Silver Lake Conference Center’s Website.  Our registration page shows the registration cost based on how long you’ll attend, whether you’re staying onsite or offsite, and whether you request a top or bottom bunk/single.

All types of lodging (summer cabin, winter cabin, and lodge have wheelchair accessible ramps). The dining hall is also wheelchair accessible. Accessible bathrooms are also available in several locations.

All Silver Lake housing options require campers to bring your own bedding and towels!

For those who would like stay offsite, here are some links to help you out:

The Sharon Country Inn

Cornwall Inn and Lodge

Hitching Post Country Motel

Interlaken Inn & Resort Link to all hotels, motels & B&Bs near Sharon

Link to AirBnB near Sharon

AirBnB with step-free access to house and room (look at the Accessibility section for each listing for details)

Pictures showing a sample of the kinds of housing available at Silver Lake are shown below:


Large upstairs bunk room


RC Main room

Lodge main room looking out

Lodge bathroom