Conferences and Retreats Lodging Information
Ladore Main Lodge
The Main Lodge, a two story building that features grand views, and exudes a “ski lodge” atmosphere. The Lodge will accommodate up to132 guests (66 guest rooms). Guests enjoy all the modern conveniences with a touch of rustic atmosphere without sacrificing the creature comforts. Guest rooms feature electronic key locks, two twin beds or one king sized bed, wall to wall carpeting, large windows offering scenic views, individually controlled thermostats for both heat and AC, and private baths with full tub and shower. Handicap rooms are available upon request and feature emergency call buttons, and a raised toilet seat and roll in shower. All guest rooms are equipped with sheets, pillows & blankets ,towels and washcloths. The facilities at The Salvation Army’s Conference Center at Ladore are ideal for groups or individuals. Click for virtual tour of Main Lodge
In the Main Lobby you can relax by the double sided fireplace. Pull up a chair; grab a good book, sip a cup of coffee – no better place to enjoy some solitude or intimate conversation with friends.The friendly staff at the front desk are glad to answer your questions, provide forgotten toiletries, and ensure that your stay is an enjoyable one
In the Dining Room help yourself to a cup of coffee, tea or hot chocolate or cold drink any time of the day or night. Savor sumptuous meals, prepared in our kitchen and served buffet style. Tables of six and eight dot the entire dining room creating a wonderful space to gather. Special diets are accommodated on an individual basis. You will find the kitchen staff very helpful with any request for your specific needs.
The dining room can accommodate up to 135. It can be expanded to accommodate up to 200 for weddings, luncheons, funerals, birthday parties, etc. The dining room has a sound system that is great for announcements or background music. The warm wood and decor makes this an attractive room to host any social event with minimal decorating needed.
The Game Room is the perfect spot to enjoy billiards, ping pong, or darts. Ladore has a generous supply of board games and plenty of room to play or sit down with a small group. You can also use the video games or just watch TV. This area is open 24/7 for your enjoyment. When there is a group meeting in the chapel we request that game room activities be kept to a minimum as not to disrupt their meeting.
TV Lounges on both the first and second floor allow individuals the opportunity to watch their favorite TV shows or sports teams. Although, we think you’ll find other guests more interesting.
Just above the lobby you’ll find a modest exercise room with some gym quality equipment to keep you in shape while staying with us here at Ladore.
Annexes I & II
Just below the Main Lodge are the Annexes. These facilities allow for smaller groups, i.e., small church groups, couples retreat or family reunions; to take advantage of the great amenities of the Main Lodge yet allow them some seclusion from other guests. Each Annex features twelve guest rooms – eight with two full size bed, and four with one full size bed and two single beds. Every room features wall to wall carpeting, individually controlled heat and AC, electronic key card locks, and has a private bath with tub and shower, Plenty of parking is adjacent to each Annex.
The Central Meeting Room/Lobby is equipped with TV/DVD/VCR, piano, comfortable lounge seating, and additional seating offering a variety of seating arrangements. The kitchenette features a microwave, mini refrigerator, sink, coffee pot and toaster. Just off the lobby/meeting room is a large screened in porch with grand wooded view. The central location of this room makes it easily accessible to all your guests.
A lighted path leads to the main lodge where you can enjoy tasty meals in our large dining room, the grand patio, an enclosed pool, and a well equipped game room.
Harvey Lane Cottages
Harvey Lane Cottages are our newest accommodations. HLC are the perfect accommodations for the group looking for nicer housing than the traditional bunkhouse, but don’t want to pay the price for motel quality rooms. HLC offers several options. First there are “bunk” style rooms with either three or four beds per room. These are not your typical camp bunk, but are regular twin beds. Each room has one set of bunks with either one or two additional beds on the floor. Each has its own handicapped accessible bathroom complete with shower, sink, and toilet. There are twelve bunk rooms with three beds and five rooms with four beds.
HLC also has one queen room which serves very well for a married couple or speaker/leader that may need a little more privacy.
If you are looking for more upscale accommodations, Harvey Lane Cottages feature three apartments. Each apartment has two bedrooms (with the ability of sleeping up to nine individuals), living room, and a kitchenette.
HLC has a maximum capacity of 85 individuals. Located on our south side it is only a short walk to either the PARC Pavilion or our Carousel Dining Hall
- Queen room: small refrigerator and microwave
- Apartments: Kitchen: small refrigerator, coffee pot, two burner stove, kitchen sink, dishes, and utensils. Bedrooms: complete with dressers, night stands, lamps and very comfortable beds. Living rooms: Leather sofa, love seat, chair, flat screen TV, and WiFi.
- Bunks: wardrobes, night stands, and lamps
The Villages of Ladore:
All village cabins have their own inside bathrooms, are winterized and heated and offer separate accommodations for chaperones. There are 4 villages at Ladore each offering sleeping accommodations for between 100 -144 people with an activity building centrally located in the village. When using a village you would be the only group in that village. Each village has a kitchen in their activity center which affords you the ability to handle the cooking for your group (if you desire to do so). Please know that it is a bare kitchen and you would need to bring your own pots, pans,utensils and paper products.
Located on the north side of the property, A-Y-P Village can accommodate up to 144 retreat guests. A-Y-P was built in the early 90’s, so while it is traditional camp housing, it exceeds your average bunkhouse. There are five buildings, each has two “camper” bays sleeping ten each. Each bay has its own bathroom featuring two showers, two toilets, and three sinks. Each building also offers one handicapped accessible shower and toilet. Located between these bays is a “counselor” room, perfect for chaperones to have access to, but privacy from, other members of their group. These “counselor” rooms have their own bathroom with sink, shower, and toilet and can accommodate up to four individuals. On the backside of three of these buildings there are extra rooms which can sleep four, each has its own bathroom facility. These rooms are perfect for retreat members who may need a more private space during your retreat or for group leaders who you may want to “spoil” by giving them their own room. A-Y-P Village is located near Mohawk athletic field and has an adjacent children’s playground.
- Small kitchen in the activity building complete with: oven, 4 burner flat top range, full-size refrigerator, microwave, and a sink.
Seneca Village provides the best views of the lake among our five villages. It is located on our south side just a short distance from our PARC Pavilion and our Carousel Dining Hall. Like Ai-Yuk-Pa, Seneca village is comprised of six buildings: five for housing and an activity building (seasonal.) Built in the late 1980’s Seneca bunkhouses are modern and comfortable. Each building consists of two camper bays and a counselor/chaperone room in the middle. Each bay can hold up to ten guests and has its own bathroom facilities. The middle room holds up to four with its own bathroom. On the back of one of the bunkhouses there are two extra rooms for staff or special guests. These rooms each have four beds and their own bathrooms. Seneca can hold up to 128 guests. The village is built around a large field which may be utilized for multiple outside activities. Seneca is near a small playground and just a short walk brings you to the Oneida athletic field and rainy day pavilions.
These villages were built in 1975, and are sisters in both structure and capacities. They are located on the north side of our property in close proximity to the lake, and share an athletic field featuring a new playground for our younger guests. The cabins are more rustic than our other villages, exuding warm feel with large exposed trusses and wood floors. Each village features four cabins and an activity building. The cabins house ten guests on a side and share a community bathroom facility in the middle. There is a “counselor/chaperone” room located between the two bays of each cabin. This room sleeps four and has its own bathroom. Mohawk and Cayuga also feature an extra room with four beds and own bathroom. Mohawk is seasonal and only available mid-April – October.
- Small kitchen in the activity building complete with: oven, 4 burner electric range, full-size refrigerator, microwave, and a sink.