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Mount Asbury is located 30 miles south of Harrisburg, PA and only 3 ½ miles from Interstate 81. 
This 114-acre site is in a rural area only 5 miles from the halfway point on the Appalachian Trail (running from Georgia to Maine).
Surrounded by over 100 acres of pine, hemlock, spruce, and oak forest, this tranquil setting affords surprising opportunities ranging from time and space for quiet reflection to possibilities of more active involvement in outdoor sports like cross country skiing and mountain biking.
Mount experience so personal and so memorable you'll want to come back again and again.
Questions about Mount Asbury and the facilities? Contact the Site Manager:
Patty Weidman
1310 Centerville Road
Newville, PA 17241
Phone:(717) 486-3827
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Map of Mount Asbury Retreat Facilities


Shared Stories from Mount Asbury

  • Camp - worth going back again and again! +

    I have been attending Mom & Me Camp since my older daughter was 5, and now I look forward to doing it every year until my youngest daughter heads off to what we call "big girl camp". We have always had a wonderful time making new friends, going to the lake, making s'mores over the campfire, catching fireflies, and making crafts. The best part of all is spending one-on-one time with my daughter while being present while she learns so much more about God (and I learn too!). We love this opportunity also because it prepares our kids for the older camps. I feel that the two years I spent with my older daughter at Mom & Me Camp made her so much more excited for Elementary Camp. Because she had a good attitude going into Elementary Mini Camp, she had so much fun that she wanted to go for a full week the next year. Mom & Me Camp at Mount Asbury prepares the way for our kids to understand how camp works and get excited for the full experience on their own. That, paired with the experience, makes it worth going back again and again! - Whitney

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