Allegheny District Fellowship of Grace Brethren Churches
Manager: Leigh E. Squier
2801 Greenville Road, Meyersdale, PA, 15552-8409
Established in 1970 and managed independently as a cooperative venture between district congregations in the Fellowship of Grace Brethren Churches and the Conservative Grace Brethren Churches, International. The name is a condensation of Allegheny Brethren Youth Camp. Located at 3,000 feet in the Allegheny Mountains, the camp’s 22 improved acres (there are 65 in total) can host 160 campers at a time. Facilities include a gymnasium (named Weigel Hall for longtime board president, Larry Weigel), indoor heated pool, chapel, and campfire area.
(The Mid Atlantic Fellowship of Grace Brethren Churches also use this campground.)
Blue Ridge Fellowship of Grace Brethren Churches
Director: Randy Ryssemus
2262 Craigs Creek Road, Blacksburg, VA 24060
Established in 1964 with a donation of the land from Mr. Bolling, who attended the Patterson Memorial Grace Brethren Church in Roanoke, Va., the camp is Grace Brethren owned, but incorporated independent of a district. Its 70 acres are located in the heart of the Jefferson National Forest and it features an Olympic-size pool, sand volleyball, basketball, two large fields for sports and games, a pond, rifle, archery, covered pavilion, and snack shack. There is sleeping space for more than 160 campers, plus a cabin for the cooks. The main dining hall (with a full kitchen) can seat around 250 people.
Grace Brethren Retreat Center d.b.a. Camp Conquest
Northern Atlantic Fellowship of Grace Brethren Churches
Director: Michael R. Gehlert
Director of Recruitment: Ken Keener
480 Forest Road, Denver, PA 17517
Camping program in the Northern Atlantic District began in 1958 and the property was purchased in 1966. The camp is located on 90 acres in northern Lancaster County, Pa. Facilities include a multi-purpose building for meetings and indoor game events, a lodge above the kitchen and dining hall, and a pavilion in addition to sleeping cabins and a campfire ring. There is also a Frisbee golf course, sand volleyball, a challenge course, zip line, giant swing, nature study area, and a swimming pool. The camp sleeps 108 people and holds 120 in the dining room. In addition, Sprecher Lodge is available for groups up to 32 people.
How do the resources of Camp Conquest help your church reach your neighborhood for Jesus Christ? How can we help you plant churches, develop leaders, and do good for the sake of the gospel in your community? At Camp Conquest we believe that the camp experience is the most effective tool for evangelism and discipleship available to the church today. By creatively utilizing the resources of Camp Conquest you can equip your people for acts of service to build up the body of Christ. Call us today to see how a strategic partnership with Camp Conquest can help you accomplish your mission in your community with your people.
Clear Lake Grace Brethren Camp
Pacific Northwest Fellowship of Grace Brethren Churches
11660 Tieton Road,
White Pass, WA 98937
Established in 1938 under a lease agreement with the U.S. Forestry Service, owned and operated by the district on 10.5 acres. In a remote location next to a pristine lake at 3,000 feet in the Cascades, the camp is west of Yakima. It includes 12 sleeping cabins, dining/sleeping facilities for 156, hilltop chapel and a multi-function building which houses a gym, kitchen and dining areas, meeting and sleeping quarters. It is in close proximity to the White Pass Ski Area, offers boating, swimming, hiking, and fishing.
Click here to learn about the history of Camp Clear Lake.
Western Pennsylvania District Fellowship of Grace Brethren Churches
Box 95, Saxton, PA 16678
Executive Director: Rick Strappello
Camp Mantowagan is owned and operated by the West Penn District of the Fellowship of Grace Brethren Churches Men’s Organization. The site was purchased in 1966 and the first camp held there in 1977. The camp can host 170 campers year around, including a retreat center, a multi-purpose building (gym and dining facility), nine sleeping cabins, and three family cabins. Recreation options include archery/rifle range, baseball/softball fields, outdoor basketball court, game room area with a pool table, foosball, and air hockey, tubing/tobogganing run; two sand volleyball courts, tetherball; hiking trails, mountain bikes, and a rock climbing wall.