We strive to present a camping destination that honors God and allows families the opportunity to refresh themselves in a natural environment which provides all of the amenities for convenience, enjoyment, and spiritual restoration. For those of you who would like to participate, we offer a casual, one hour Bible study every Sunday evening in our community home.
Open year ’round and sitting on ten lovely acres, our park is nestled in a stand of majestic evergreens. The well-kept campground is pristinely manicured in appearance and offers a total of 30 shady, spacious campsites. All sites are reasonably level with ample room for slide-outs.
* Electrical hook-ups on these sites include 50/30/20 AMP service.
* All sites are full hook-ups (water, electric, sewer, and free WIFI). Most of these are pull-thru sites.
Surrounded by peaceful serenity, our park is a great place to set up camp with your children and grandchildren. Come stay with us and discover what family fun is all about. Whether your camping preference is an RV, a Rustic Cabin, or a tent, each of your senses will be delighted by nature’s own offerings.
Are you one who marvels over the wondrous beauty of sunrises and sunsets? If so, the splendor of both can be witnessed equally from all 32 sites. If you’re an early morning riser, we encourage you to grab your camera and quietly step outside to photograph Big Red as he sleepily rises above the tree line in the eastern sky. The swath of vibrant colors from his early morning stretch creates a breathtaking ambiance which is downright impressive. Not an early riser? No problem … the sunsets are equally beautiful, especially when the neighboring horses are silhouetted against the colorful backdrop.
The natural, peaceful setting creates an ambiance which invites you to come share the experience of God’s creation at His finest. Not only does the thick layer of fallen pine needles serve as a relaxing cushion for tired feet but the swaying of the trees overhead act as a pleasing aromatic scent and is downright tantalizing.
Speaking about scents … it’s not uncommon to step outside and find yourself salivating over the “guess what I’m cooking” on your neighbor’s barbeque grill. Oh, and by the way, each site is equipped with its own fire pit. Small fires must be contained within the brick fire ring. For the safety of our guests, large bonfires are not allowed.
As for you wildlife enthusiasts, it’s commonplace to spot squirrels, rabbits, opossums, raccoons, skunks, deer, coyotes, foxes, bobcats, vultures, hawks, crows, as well as our indigenous species of birds such as Cardinals, Blue Jays, Chickadees, Gold Finches, Woodpeckers, and our state bird, the Carolina Wren. Having mentioned all of this, it’s our suggestion that you keep your camera charged and within reach.
Our community building includes the camp store, the pay-per-load washers and dryers, indoor exercise equipment, and a display area for rustic, wood creations such as vine-wrapped walking sticks, old barn wood furniture, bird houses, and many one of a kind handmade objects built as a means to employ the unemployed and share with them the MESSAGE OF HOPE.
If you have any questions about anything not covered within the pages of this website, please don’t hesitate to call. We invite any and all comments or questions. Our park staff strives to be as accommodating as possible. We are open to suggestions and/or comments that would make your camping experience as refreshing as possible.