6351 Campground Ln, Castleton, VA
Next Year Again!
Family Castleton Weekend
Join us with your Family at our Campsite in Castleton!
Dads' Weekend: May 1-2
Mother & Son: May 8
Daily Mass, Sports/games and Activities for all ages and of course bonding experiences for the whole Family!
For those who are interested, after registration we will get you in charge of one of the moms who is coordinating food so you don't have to bring every meal.
Bring your own tent. There are 55 acres, so lots of space to socially distance.
We'll have Mass on Saturday and Sunday, informal games, opportunities for confession, but it's a relaxed environment.
$75 per family
Contact Br. Joseph Ory with questions
Castleton Getaways and Work Days
Rent Castleton for a Family Weekend Getaway
Families can use the Castleton campground, including the main house, for a weekend getaway with just their family. It's a relaxing time for families, and it helps us keep the property used and in good shape.
Contact Fr. Mariano Ballestrem to reserve a weekend or with any questions.
Castleton Work Day
March 6-7, 2021
Men and their sons are invited for a Saturday of work to do some yard work at Camp Castleton.
Help us keep up the property, and meet some great men along the way.
Contact Br. Joseph Ory, LC with Questions
What is Camp Castleton?
For Boys from
All Dads are Welcome!
Dads must come if
their Son is 9 years or younger
Camp Castleton is the main site for Maryland, Virginia, and Washington DC’s ECYD weekend camps throughout the year, including events for boys and girls in middle school, high school, fathers and sons and Families. There are also camps during the summer. Each year around 250 youth venture out Castleton, VA, to experience the Catholic faith in a new and powerful way.
The objective of the Camp Castleton is that of ECYD: to help the youth grow in their friendship with Christ and leave inspired to serve God and their neighbor in concrete ways. At the camp, the boys and girls are put on teams and compete in various sports, games, and challenges. But an even greater emphasis is given to virtuous acts to help motivate the kids to live the themes being proposed for that particular camp: charity, perseverance, honesty, teamwork, faith, or others. The sacraments of mass and confession are offered each day, along with adoration, gospel reflections, and talks by the priests, brothers, missionaries, and counselors.