Christian Hills Camp has two indoor meeting spaces, numerous outdoor meeting areas, full-service kitchen, sleeping quarters, outdoor activities, and plenty of parking spaces. Call for availble dates and to discuss your needs for your group. Your private donation will help with the maintenance and to service all your needs.
Indoor and Outdoor Meeting Space:
If you have 100 attendees, consider using the lodge, which includes a fully equipped kitchen. The wood-burning fireplace in the lodge makes for cozy family gatherings during the holidays. For 25 attendees, the Retreat Center is great with a warm, rustic, country feel. There is plenty of room outdoors with five picnic pavilions, an outdoor chapel, a fire pit, and the quaint covered patio of the lodge.
We do allow you to bring food and beverages to your event. However, we ask that you respect that we are a Christian camp and DO NOT ALLOW ALCOHOL ON THE PREMISES. We can also give you a list of local caterers. We have a full-service, air-conditioned kitchen. Consider using the fire pit for an outdoor meal.
For overnight stays, we can accommodate up to 120 people in heated, dorm-style buildings. The Retreat Center houses 48 in four rooms with four showers and four toilets, and has a central meeting room. Two dorms will house 24 in each building. Rustic cabins will house 24. Bunk beds are two-high in all sleeping quarters. Some sleeping units require that guests bring their own linens or sleeping bags, blankets, towels, and pillows.
Swimming pool, basketball court, softball, tug-of-war, horseshoes, and volleyball are available for group games. The fire pit is fun for cooking and singing. Take hikes on the trails while enjoying the beauty of God's creation. Primitive camping is available for those who enjoy roughing it. Our outdoor chapel would be great for your next youth concert, guest speaker, or sunrise church service.
Some of your reunion attendees may want to camp. There are 22 RV sites available, many with electrical and water hookups. Sewage dump is available.
Please contact Raylene with your questions. Donations gladly accepted!