This post lists a few lodgings for seniors and families of the ‘modified events’ who elect to overnight locally indoors — instead of camping out — along the pilgrimage route Thursday, Friday, or Saturday evening, and/or for any pilgrims on Sunday after the Read More
Pilgrims need themselves to reserve and pay for accommodations only for the first night, Thursday, in Shartlesville or Hamburg.
(The costs to overnight at the private camps Friday & Saturday are included in the registration fee, and reserved by organizers for pilgrims.)
Pilgrims must also Read More
Not everyone overnights Thursday at the same accommodations, but IF YOU ARE STAYING THURSDAY NIGHT at the Lake George BATTLEGROUND CAMPGROUND it is best to pre-book/to reserve your stay there.
(Campers who stay at the Battleground Campground Thursday must pay their own way to overnight there. The pilgrimage does not begin until Friday morning.)
Click here, to reserve your camp site.
You may also pay the camping fee there in person, at the entrance to to the Battleground Campground.
Upwards of six campers may overnight per site, and split the site fee.
The pilgrimage does not begin until Friday morning. Every camper who overnights at the Battleground Campground is responsible to pay the fee to the campground authorities, and to comport himself peaceably and with every respect to the law, to good order, to public authorities and all others who visit the place.
Organizers supply bottled water throughout, and supplement meals with hot soup & bread in the evening and hot water & bread with jam at breakfast.
Pilgrims supply their own powdered coffee, hot chocolate, tea bags, instant hot breakfast cereal, as well as cups, plates, bowls, spoons et cetera at each meal.
The Company of St. René Goupîl’s volunteers help pilgrims throughout. The Company provides some first-aid for foot-sore, blistered pilgrims. The volunteers also transport pilgrims’ gear from camp to camp — and give rides to weary walkers, too. They also help to prepare bivouacs along the way. Pilgrims assist one another — especially the women & children — to pitch tents.
Friday and Saturday’s privately owned sites are equipped with running water, toilets, a few showers and wash basins, with remote electrical supply only.
Pilgrim families or/and seniors participating in the “Modified Pilgrimage” may park RVs at each private campsite for an additional fee paid directly to the campsite personnel or owners on location.
In every instance, parents or seniors contact the manager/owner directly, optimally in advance.
day-1 Fri-Sat — Alpine Lake RV Resort Bob Scott, office mgr 518-654-6260
day-2 Sat-Sun — Pop’s Lake Campground “Kat” or Bob Stead, owners 518-883-8678
Pilgrims may camp Sunday night at the Martyrs’ Shrine, but there is no hook-up or water on site. Pilgrims must obtain written permission from the Pilgrimage Coordinator at the Shrine. firstname.lastname@example.org
Pilgrims staying overnight in the area make reservations at local lodgings. See this page for info.
Pilgrimage for Restoration
Come to restore. The rest will come.
22nd annual — 2017 A.D.
Friday – Sunday
29 September – October 1
“Now is the acceptable time.”
Listen to and learn the Songs of Pilgrimage!
“No one makes pilgrimage alone.”
Oremus pro invicem.
In unione orationum.
Ad majorem Dei gloriam.