Sojourners at Stony Point Center
Stony Point Center welcomes individuals to spend private time on our campus as sojourners. Spend one night or several, enjoy our outdoor spaces, interfaith art display, gift shop, and dining room.
At Stony Point, sojourners can relax away from city concerns, or focus on their own projects, free from distractions. For sojourners with their own transportation, Stony Point can be an attractive home base for exploring the many attractions of the Hudson Valley.
For a quiet get-away, we especially recommend sojourning Sunday through Thursday, when there are often fewer large groups on our campus.
Our sojourner rates are based on location and occupancy. Availability of rooms varies. Please note that our lodges have a shared bathroom in the hallway. Rooms in Gilmor Sloane House have private bathrooms.
We can help individuals that are not part of a group arrange transportation, but we can't offer discounted rates. There is no charge for pick up and drop off at the Stony Point bus stop with advance notice.
Special rates for clergy, activists and caregivers.
Recharge and revitalize in a caring environment. Create your own individual retreat time at Stony Point Center. Take advantage of the Center and Library for the Bible and Social Justice while you are here (www.clbsj.org). Come reflect and renew to reclaim the inner you!
Stay in one of our lodges, Sunday through Thursday nights, all meals included, for $425.
All sojourns require advance reservations. To make a reservation and check availability, click here.
Be a part of the family
Come be part of the Stony Point Center and Community of Living Traditions family. There are often activities and conversations that it is appropriate for visitors to sit in on, including sacred text studies, movie nights, and discussions on current events. Please ask for details about the week you intend to be with us. Come chat with us at meal times. We’ll see you soon!
We have made a small hermitage for personal retreats on campus. The small, stone building stays cool all summer (no heat for the winter). It offers a one-room, quiet spot with a bed, table, chairs, and a composting toilet. No running water, but there is electricity. Showers are available nearby. There is a microwave and fridge for simple meals, or feel free to purchase a meal ticket and join us in the dining room. If you're looking for some alone-time in a rustic setting nestled under the trees, this is the perfect spot for you to get away.
Opportunities on campus
Enjoy our campus while you are here. If you're here during the summer months, be sure to check the schedule at Penguin Rep Theatre and attend one of their productions. If you're going to be spending time studying with us, visit The Center and Library for the Bible and Social Justice on our campus. Check in with our Artist in Residence about a project in the new Art Space. If you're just here to relax, spend time wandering the labyrinth, quiet yourself in our Japanese Garden, or just have a seat under a tree. Want to work in our vegetable gardens? We can arrange that, too.