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Irons Homestead

About Irons Homestead

Irons Homestead Camp and Retreat is 70 acres located in the northwest corner of Rhode Island where you can see the stars at night. We welcome religious and educational groups to enjoy our facilities. We have several walking trails, a woodland labyrinth, outdoor chapel, large pavilion, outdoor fire circles, a huge field and waterfront for swimming, boating and fishing. Our four seasons lodge sleeps 32 people in 9 bedrooms and offers a fully equipped kitchen, private showers, large meeting room, fireplace, and screened in porch. We also have other meeting spaces in the Barn and Quaker building. We keep our prices low by having each group clean the lodge in preparation for the next group's visit.

Our Mission

is to make a positive impact on the world by honoring each person's integrity and worth, while providing a nurturing, safe and challenging environment for them to grow socially and spiritually.  We use gracious & generous hospitality and purposeful community to share God's love and grace.

A sacred space that enables lives to change through encounters with God, nature and others.

Irons Homestead Camp & Retreat
688 Snake Hill Road
Glocester, RI 02857
Phone: (401) 710-9478
Email:  ironshomestead@ricucc.org

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