The Cumberland Centre is a unique facility dedicated to supporting participation in nonprofit organizations. Founded with a focus on historical education and re-creation, we have developed our facilities with those types of activities in mind, keeping an eye toward enhancing the site's natural beauty and creating an air of timeless charm.
While our main focus is historical, we currently serve a wide range of other organizations by providing low cost meeting, activity, and "primitive" camping facilities, allowing those organizations to focus more resources on their programmatic needs. Our facilities are available for use by nonprofit groups such as Scouts, church groups, community theater organizations, etc. The Centre is a 50-acre event site with wide open fields, beautiful cedar woodlands for shady summer camping, a large dining hall with kitchen facilities and restrooms with showers, and a ring of Lombardy Poplars surrounding a group of standing stones reminiscent of Stonehenge.