Venue Info

Camp Hickory Hill
2970 Kohler Rd.
Varysburg, NY 14167

Approximately 1 hour from Rochester, 45 minutes from Buffalo

Follow Kohler Road into Camp, continue on road following signs for parking. Handicap parking by dining hall, main parking lot just uphill.

Planning for outdoor ceremony in the amphitheater, just a short uphill walk from the parking lot.
Golf cart shuttles will be available for those unable to make the walk.
In the event of bad weather, the ceremony will be in the dining hall beside the parking lot.

Restrooms are available in the dining hall. Family restrooms available in the game room.

Dress code: dressy casual (includes nice jeans)

About Camp Hickory Hill

Camp Hickory Hill is a Christian camp located in the beautiful hills of western New York. It holds a special place in Dan’s heart as he has spent many days and weeks volunteering there throughout the last fifteen years.

The grounds of Camp Hickory Hill include 14 cabins, a gym, rec hall, spacious dining hall, high-ropes challenge course, a pond with fishing and canoeing, trails through the woods, and much more. There are three weeks of boys camp in July and two weeks of girls camp in August, with many family weekend overnight events throughout the fall, winter, and spring.

From Camp Hickory Hill’s website:

“Camp Hickory Hill exists to glorify God by helping people grow closer to Him and to each other through camp, retreat, and conference experiences. Serving Christ since 1955, we offer a variety of events and activities designed to help people build and strengthen their relationships with God and with each other. Our philosophy of ministry is to provide an environment that will allow people to come to a saving knowledge of God through Jesus Christ, grow closer to God through Christian discipleship, and become Christian leaders who disciple others.
“Whether it’s through our summer camp programs, retreats, family events, or guest group programs, it is our desire that Camp Hickory Hill be a place that allows people to grow in their knowledge of and in their relationship with God.”

Camp Hickory Hill relies on donations to operate. If you would like to give to camp, visit