Reserve your Business Conference, Church Retreat, Family Reunion, Banquet, Class Trip, or other Social Function today!
 
 

Dining Services

Our dining hall has space for 80-100 people with a maximum of 150 for receptions. Our exceptional food service staff provides meals and snacks that can accommodate a variety of dietary needs upon request (such as gluten-free, vegetarian, vegan, etc). Meals are served at 8am, 12pm, and 5pm buffet style.

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Conference Rooms

The indoor conference area consists of two large flexible indoor spaces and two smaller rooms. Per request, they are equipped with a sound system, video and overhead projection equipment, piano (gathering room), and podiums. Seasonal outdoor meeting spaces includes a pavilion, large tent, campfire circles, and the Spring.

Lodge Rooms

24 hotel-style lodge rooms for a total of 48 guests (double occupancy). Attached bathroom, desk, futon,  and either 2 twin beds or one full sized bed. Linens and towels are included! Four rooms are handicap accessible. 

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Poplar Village Cabins

6 Cabins accommodating 10-12 people each in bunk beds (up to 72 people). Each cabin has a restroom, shower, bunk beds, and a ceiling fan. Two of the cabins are handicap accessible.

The 7th cabin is our Staff Cabin which has a common room with a fridge and microwave with two separate rooms with a bathroom in each sleeping 5 people on each side. Must bring your own linens & towels.

Hiking Trails

Miles of wooded hiking trails on our 220 acre property. Two different access points to the C&O Canal towpath with views of the Potomac River.

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Nearby Attractions

Typical Weekend Retreat

Friday through Sunday
Check-in at 4 pm
Check-out at 10 pm
(can use meeting space until 2pm)

10 person minimum for overnight retreats.
 
  • All overnight stays in the Lodge includes 5 meals, one conference room, towels & linens.

  • Overnight Cabin retreats include one meal per nights stayed (upgrade to all 5 meals available), and use of the pavilion.

  • Meal Times: 8am, 12pm, and 5pm

 

*Retreats can be customized to your group's unique needs and requests.*

TESTIMONIALS

"The staff were very friendly and helpful. They definitely go above and beyond to assure the "i" is dotted and "t" is crossed. The ability to use both the outside and inside of the property offered a multidimensional experience. It is a retreat that is close but remote enough to feel like you have "gone away". Thank you for allowing us to use this retreat center. We will definitely plan to return."

Amy - Washington County Commission on Aging

"We've been coming to Shepherd Springs for our Quilt Retreats since 2007. We absolutely love the environment, the peacefulness of the grounds, the meeting space and the room accomodations. The staff has always been so friendly. We loved our host Steven this year and of course we're ALWAYS taken care of quite deliciously by the food staff! Thanks, as always, for a wonderful weekend! Rhonda and the rest of the quilting ladies."

Rhonda - Be-Bags Quilting Retreat

"This was the 4th year we've held our HARC Hike event at Shepherd's Spring and we've always had a great experience. The staff are friendly and accommodating and go out of their way to make sure all of our needs are met and then some. We are grateful to be working with such a great group of people and mutually supporting one another in our ministries."

Kathy - Hagerstown Area Religious Counsel (HARC)

Booking Process

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Step-One: Secure Your Booking

After a date is decided and details are sorted out, the Retreat Manager will email a Facility Agreement which will have your booking information and our policies & procedures. Please review the agreement document to ensure all information is accurate.  Then you must sign and return it along with a 20% non-refundable deposit to secure your reservation.  You will then receive confirmation of your program reservation.

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Step-Two: Thirty Days Before the Retreat

Approximately 30 days before your retreat, you will receive a retreat questionnaire that will collect information such as final headcounts, dietary requirements, room assignments and meeting space set-up. This document along with the proof of liability insurance document are due 2 weeks prior to your retreat start date.

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Step-Three: Final Counts & Balance

Once final counts are turned in, your invoice will be adjusted to the final count and you will be sent a final invoice. You can choose to send final payment before your retreat or pay the balance upon arrival. You may pay using check, cash, or credit card. 

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Step-Four: Arrival Day

A designated group leader will need to arrive prior to retreat attendees and go over meeting space set-up, room assignments, dietary information, equipment rental as well as policies and procedures. Once everything is set enjoy your retreat and don’t forget to reserve your dates for next year!