Most housing at camp is in duplex cabins with fully equipped bathrooms and private showers. Each side of the cabin can accommodate up to about 10 people, but we try to keep the group smaller unless a large group asks to be together. Attendees are bunked according to requests, and "newbies" are integrated with "oldies".  Living in a camp setting has become the most fun part of the weekend for many Goldstockers and many new friendships have been forged at a Goldstock weekend! We strongly urge you to give camp life a try so you don't miss out on anything. 

For those who wish a bit more privacy, there are limited private rooms available, and a side of a cabin can be rented as a private facility.  There are some motels and
B & B's in the area and some of those establishments near camp are listed below, but most attendees would tell you it’s much more fun to be on campus and not miss any of the action!

There is also plenty of room for RV's, campers, and tents.  Electrical hook-ups are available, but we ask that you please bring your own levelers and electrical cords with you.

If you attended Goldstock last year, your "bunkmates" and bunk location will generally remain the same,  unless you wish a change.  If you do, please indicate so on the comment section of your registration form.

Hotels and Inns Near Camp

The Inn at Starlight Lake 


This inn provides single and double occupancy rooms in the main house or one of three cottages on the property and they are a pet friendly establishment.

289 Starlight Lake Road,
Starlight, PA 18461 
Phone: 570-798-2519 or 1-800-248-2519
Fax: 570-798-2672 

Smith's Colonial Motel


Located alongside the beautiful Delaware River in the foothills of the Catskill Mountains. This motel offers clean comfortable rooms in a quiet country setting. Each room overlooks the Delaware River and Point Mountain, where the East Branch and the West Branch of the Delaware come together.

23085 State Highway 97
Handcock, NY 13783
Phone: 607-637-2989


Click here for a list of more hotels and inns near camp.