Natural Vespers Area

Take a Tour

There is also a natural vespers area at the Camp for meditation, group meetings, or services, as well as plenty of natural woods, trails, and stream areas.

The Camp Board provides the following for campers’ convenience:
•  Caretaker who maintains the camp grounds
•  Electricity to the Main Lodge, Pavilion, Bunkhouses and Shower Houses
•  Telephone for local outside emergency phone calls
•  Volleyball net and horseshoe pit
•  Household items to include: limited number of dishes and silverware in Main Lodge Kitchen
•  Janitorial Items: Toilet tissue, paper towels, hand soap for bathrooms, dish washing soap and paper towels for kitchen, plastic garbage cans and bags, broom, dustpan, mop and bucket
•  Fire extinguishers and smoke detectors are located in the Main Lodge and each cabin


 

The Main Lodge

The Main Lodge (Dining/Meeting Hall) has a seating capacity of up to 99 people and there are tables, chairs, and a large fireplace available for use.

The Lodge kitchen includes a stove, industrial refrigerator, and large freezer. There's also lots of counter space and large deep sinks for clean-up! In addition, there are two bathrooms — one small bathroom and one large bathroom with a shower.

The Lodge was built in the mid 1980's after the original building burned down in 1977.

 


 

Bunkhouses and Bathhouses

Camp Albemarle has four cabins (bunkhouses) which each sleep up to 20 people. Groups larger than 80 can use Camp Albemarle but will have to provide their own tents.

There are two large bathhouses, one for men and one for women. The men's bathhouse has numerous sinks, toilets, and a shower stall. The women's bathhouse also has numerous sinks and toilets, as well as a row of private shower stalls. Hot water is available.

 


 

The Field and Pavilion

Camp Albemarle has a large field that borders the Moormans River. It is a perfect place for a game of soccer or volleyball, and there is also a fire pit near the center of the field that can be used for cooking hot dogs and/or marshmallows, as well as other activities normally associated with a campfire.

The second photo shows the field during the late afternoon as the sun begins to dip behind a nearby ridge.

You can see the Outdoor Pavilion in the right side of the picture. Guests at Camp Albemarle will find picnic tables, grills, and a water spigot near the Pavilion.