What is included in my package?

All accommodations include: organic gardening, campfires, and hiking. A La Cart options include: yoga, boating, woodworking, artmaking, sailing, and fishing.

How do I book?

You can book by clicking on any BOOK NOW buttons, or you can click the link here.

What is your cancelation policy?

Before 7 days - Full Refund

Before 3 days - 50% Refund

Any sooner - No Refund

What time is check in and check out?

Check is between the hours of 2pm and 9:30pm. Daylight hours recommended. Check out is 1pm. 

What times are the day passes good for?

A day pass can be purchased starting at 8am in the Earth Berm House. It is good up untill 10pm, which is when TCRC closes for the evening.

Can guests with day passes come & go from the property?

Yes. If guests pick up friends/family please purchase day passes for them as well. 

I'm not a vegetarian, can I eat meat at the retreat center?

You may bring your own meat, and any other food you would like to eat. You may cook meat on the outdoor grill, the stove in the Earth Berm House, in the Tiny Log Cabin, on the campfire, or in the microwave.

What is Community Cooking?

In a group, we cook together and share cooking responsibilities. We focus on foods that are life sustaining, antioxidants, superfoods, proteins, hydrating, immune supporting, and high vitality.

What are the white dots on the cabients?

Guests may use any of the cabients or drawers with the white dots on them. They may also use any products in those cabients.

Shoes in the lodgings?

All of our accommodations are  bare foot dwellings. 

Where can I find firewood for the campfires

You can find some in front of the Earth Berm house, as well as the side near the firepit patio. There is also a stack near the Tiny Log Cabin. Feel free to collect some while hiking thru the woods. 

Do I need to bring my own tent?

If you can not bring your own we have one tent availabe for a group to borrow. 

What is the vibe at Terra Casa?

Here at Terra Casa we have a relaxed but scheduled to maximize meeting your physical, emotional, and spiritual needs. Head over to our Etiquette Page to read more.

Can I invite visitors over?

Visitors are allowed, but a day pass must be purchased and leave by 10pm.

It's raining, what can I do indoors?

Relax! Lay in front of the wood stove. Grab some pillows, blankets, or a yoga mat. 

Massage. There is a massage table in the master bedroom, feel free to use it.

Excercise. Do yoga, relax on a foam roller, do some calisthenics and weighs.

Watch movies! All our Tv's have DVD players in then. Our DVD collection is in the guest room.

Cook. Our fully-equipped kitchen in the Earth Berm House, is a perfect place for you to connect.

Dance. The open space in the living room is great for danicng and moving around.

What is there to do around town?

 Storm King Adventure Tours • 178 Hudson St, Cornwall-on-Hudson

 Great way to experience the Hudson Valley. Kayak tours too!

Walkway Over the Hudson • 87 Haviland Rd Highland/82 Washington St, Poughkeepsie

It’s one of a kind! The longest pedestrian walkway. Feels so great to be so high & over land, then the Hudson River! Safe for kids.

Dia: Beacon  3 Beekman St. Beacon • 845.440.0100

Unique art gallery. Large exhibits that woo you!

Storm King Art Center  • 1 Museum Rd, New Windsor • 845.534.3115

100 carefully sited sculptures on pristine 500-acre landscape of fields, hills, and woodlands. Explore Sculpture during Winter Walks: January 23, February 20, March 5th. Upcoming 2016 special exhibitions, Dennis Oppenheim: Terrestrial Studio and Outlooks: Josephine Halvorson, on view
from May 14 through November 13, 2016.

Valley Central High Open Swimming Pool • 1175 NY-17K, Montgomery • 845.457.2400

  Admission:  $2/person, $5/family    

     For open swim schedule visit: http://www.vcsd.k12.ny.us/Page/6673 

Look to your welcome packet to see more.

What is there to eat around town?

Newburgh Waterfront • Around 120 Front Street, Newburgh

Mykonos-Greek Food,

Billy Joes-BBQ, dancing,

Blu Pointe-Farm-to-Table Seafood, Meats.   
Several more restaurants! 


Main St. New Paltz • Around 11 Main St, New Paltz

Karma Road-Vegan & vegetarian friendly. Juices, smoothies, salads, soups, cooked food.

P&G’s Pub, McGillicuddies-Bar, American Food

The Gilded Otter-American, Southern food. Great atmosphere and for big parties!

Gomen Kudasai-Traditional Japanese, 232 Main St.

Tokyo, Niko Sushi-Japanese       

Several more restaurants!


Citrus • 1004 New York 94, New Windsor

Indian and Thai food. Vegetarian and vegan friendly.


The Falcon • 1348 Rte 9w, Marlboro • 845.236.7970

Professional & fun music scene that is donation based, sometimes there is dancing. Waterfall scenes outside, art exhibits & super close. They offer food and their Sunday brunch is a nice treat! To check performances visit: http://www.liveatthefalcon.com


Newburgh Brewing Co • 88 Colden St, Newburgh • 845.569.2337

Taproom & bar food. Neat atmosphere. They hold free swing dancing first Thursday of every  month. 7pm Beginner lesson. 7:30 Live swing band music. 

Weekday Hours: Wed 4-9pm (Trivia @ 7:30); Thurs 4-11pm; Fri 4-Midnight (Kitchen Closes Thurs & Fri @ 10)

Weekend Hours: Sat 12pm-Midnight; Sun 12pm-5pm (Kitchen Closes 10pm Sat; 4pm Sun)

Tour Hours: Upon Request on Saturdays Before 5pm


Benmarl Winery • 156 Highland Ave, Marlboro • 845.236.4265

37 acre estate claimed to be the oldest vineyard in America. Overlooks the Hudson River Valley.

Tasting Room Hours:

April – December: 12-6pm (Sunday-Friday) 11-6pm (Saturday) 

Closed for Thanksgiving, Easter, Christmas and New Years Day

January 8th – March: Only open 12-5pm Friday-Sunday or by appointment

Call to check if their Wood-Fired Pizza Oven is being fired up for the weekend!

Look to your welcome packet to see more.