HARTMAN CENTER is the Outdoor Ministries facility owned by Penn Central Conference of the United Church of Christ since 1964. Programming includes retreats, conferences, workshops, dinner meetings, summer camps, and other events which, while designed for particular age levels and interests, are open to all persons without regard to race, creed, or ethnic origin, and who accept the guidelines and philosophy of the Center.
Located in the “Seven Mountains” area of central Pennsylvania, Hartman Center is comprised of 192 acres of open and wooded areas, with easy access to nearby streams, hiking trails, and state parks. It is located on Old US Highway 322, 10 miles north of Lewistown (70 miles from the Conference Center in Harrisburg) and about 20 miles southeast of State College.
Got Questions? We’ve got answers:
- What to bring to Hartman Center – Helpful information for parents and campers!
- ACA Health History Form – Required for all campers, staff and volunteers. Be sure to send this to Hartman Center one week prior to your visit.
- Many parents and campers have asked for more information on the specifics of each camp offering. Check out this Camp Description Sheet
- Frequently Asked Questions