June 30 – September 4
Winter: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Summer: 9:00 am – 9:00 pm
Register by appointment with the office in Lloyd Lodge. Each adult must check in, sign agreements, and register outside Lloyd Lodge.
Check-out of room/campsite time is 10:30 AM. Rooms must be vacated for housekeeping by this time. Facilities may be enjoyed after checkout until departure.
Breakfast buffet, 8:00 AM – 8:45 AM*
Lunch is served at 12:30.
Dinner is served at 6.
We serve wholesome, mindful meals, all including produce from local farmers. We have gluten-free, vegetarian options available.
Sundays we usually serve a New Englad-esque big noon-time dinner with vegetarian alternative; we use local meats so it may vary week to week! Thursday dinner is cookout: burgers, hot dogs, veggie burgers, the works!
As our kitchen cannot accommodate all dietary needs, there are limited guest kitchen areas for meeting individual needs/comfort and to supplement WFC meals. Please tell us your dietary needs so we can accommodate as possible.
Bag lunches available. Credit not given for missed meals.
What to Bring
Guest rooms are supplied with linens, towels, blankets.
Whatever you need to be comfortable eating outdoors
Sweater and jacket (NH nights can be chilly!)
If you like a big one: bath towel
If you forget something we have some items available for sale in the Lloyd Lodge office – you can arrange for pickup at mealtimes as the office will be closed to the public.
Also bring your musical instruments, arts and crafts, journal – anything you’ve been meaning to get to… Bring your bicycle and helmet for great riding; if you join one of our organized rides, you may also borrow one of ours.
To maximize the opportunity for making lively connections among people, wilderness, and creativity, we request that common areas in Lloyd Lodge be cell phone and screen-free.
Wi-Fi is available in The Cape, Weller House, The Cottage, and Uphaus Lodge, and in Lloyd Lodge for use in guest bedrooms only. There is no wireless access in the Katz or Jacobs Cabins. A computer/printer is available for your use on site, and Conway Public Library has computers available for public use.
All World Fellowship buildings are smoke-free and vape-free, including Juul devices. These set off our alarms. Marijuana is not legal in NH (yet!).
Dogs are welcome at WFC! Campsites and Weller House can be reserved for you and your dog to stay together.
Dogs must be on leashes at all times at WFC as the Town of Albany has a leash law. Please be respectful when tying your dog’s leash to structures that they be secure, out of the way of other visitors, and in a space they feel safe and secure without barking.
On WFC trails, lawns, and campground, dogs must be cleaned up after. Droppings should be put into a bag, tied closed, and disposed of in the dumpster at the south end of Drake Hill Road.
Ideal dog hours on Whitton Pond are early mornings and late afternoons; please be attentive to the situation, and know your dog at any time. All WFC trails and Drake Hill Road and connecting thoroughfares may be used for leashed dog walking at any time.
Out of respect for the community, we request that dog owners be conscious of your dog’s behavior at all times and adjust activities when needed.
If there is any confusion about this policy, please check with the office. Thank you!