During Camp Meeting, we ask that you help us by
cooperating with the following. Taken from Regulations effective
April, 1932 except those marked* which are effective October, 1979.
1. All persons staying overnight on the grounds must register---in and out.
2. *No garbage or other refuse shall be deposited on the grounds. Receptacles shall be provided for the same and we solicit the cooperation of all persons in keeping the grounds sanitary.
General decorum, such as is becoming a house of worship must be observed.
Smoking and possessing, drinking or offering any alcoholic liquors on the grounds or in cottages, tents, or campers is prohibited.
Dogs or cats shall be permitted on the grounds on leash. Owners must clean up after them.
No firearms or air rifles are permitted on the grounds or in cottages at any time.
At the ringing of the curfew bell, quiet will be required on the grounds, in cottages, tents, rooms or campers.
The Camp Management has the authority to enforce these rules. Anyone who defiantly, deliberately, and persistently violates these regulations shall be required to vacate camp facilities and dispose of his property according to the requirements stated above.
Camp Meeting Guidelines
Basic Information for the week:
The bell is used to announce
scheduled events such as meals,
services, meetings, practices, etc.
This has been a long-standing
Three meals a day are provided
on a free-will offering basis.
QUESTIONS/CONCERNS THROUGHOUT THE WEEK
Usually you will find someone in the Kitchen or the Candy Stand who can answer questions and assist in anyway.
LOCATING BUILDINGS ON THE GROUNDS
When you turn onto the camp grounds from Route 219 the numbering begins with the first cabin on your left and continues around in a semi-circular manner.
Child care is provided for evening services in the Children’s Building. This facility is available for use during any service.