Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

 


What amenities are available on site?
We have a fully functional commercial kitchen so no need to bring your pot, pans, or cookware. Our dining hall will seat 75 people. We have 3 sets of male and female restrooms on site as well as 2 locations for male/female showers. We have 8 cabins on site and each cabin can sleep up to six people. Our cabins are equipped with electricity, air-conditioning and mattresses. We have tennis courts, a fire pit, and an industrial gas grill, along with carpet ball, foosball .

Is there a drugstore and grocery store nearby?
There is a Rite-Aide pharmacy and an IGA within 1 mile of the camp. Save A Lot is about 3 miles.
What else should we know?
Each person is responsible to bring their own linens and pillows. Your group leader  will need to contact Cindy to choose which project you will be working on. Your group will be responsible on choosing a project, providing materials, tools, and transportation.

 Are you open to a pre-visit by me or a couple of people from our church? We might like to look at the facilities, kitchen, sleeping arrangements, etc. and might like to visit the project sites you have mentioned to take measurements and get an idea for supplies
We can arrange a pre-visit but ask that you schedule it in advance so there are no conflicts in scheduling for work campers that are already on premise.


Are there activities for us to do at night? 
We can help you with nighttime activities or you can do your own thing. Sunday night we suggest you go out to the work sites to meet the families.  Monday night you can do clogging lessons ( we need to make arrangements for you).  Tuesday night we hang around here, play tennis, volleyball, carpet ball, or have a bonfire by the fire pit.   Wednesday we go to a church have Devotions at Happy Top then stop by Dairy Queen for a snack.  Thursday we recommend you take half a day to see the Natural Bridge State Park (one of the wonders of this area) and there is a pool to cool off in. Don't miss clog dancing at Hoedown Island on Saturday night!  ($3 per person)


If you have more questions, please contact Cindy Evanoff @ Gmail.com or at cmo@cumberlandmountainoutreach.org  
 or call 606-464-8134


   
Cindy Feller