Where God Is Experienced and Lives Are Changed!
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The mission of South Mountain Baptist Camp is to assist the Church to reach people for Christ and to develop young disciples that will be effective in impacting our culture and carrying the gospel throughout the world.
2024 Summer Camp Registration
2023 Summer Camp attendees registration opens Dec. 1, 2023.
Public registration opens Jan 1, 2024.
At our core SMBC is a Christian summer camp for children and teenagers. We serve churches in the western North Carolina area and develop disciples for the world.Learn More
From September to May, the camp is available as a retreat facility. There are endless options available for you to customize a retreat to fit your group’s needs.Learn More
During each afternoon, church groups have the opportunity to go swimming and choose one additional activity from the many offered!Learn More
We have many different facilities that can be used year-round including a dining hall, chapel, retreat center, and seven cabins.Learn More
You and your church can partner with us in several different ways including prayer, volunteering, and giving.Learn More
From September to May, our facilities are available to host your school group.Learn More
We yearly fundraisers enable us keep the cost of summer camp as low as possible. We have a 5K/Fun Run in April and a Facebook fundraiser in November that coincides with #Giving Tuesday.Learn More
Forms & Downloads
Looking for the Summer Registration Forms? Looking for the Medical Release Forms? Use the Forms & Downloads page to get these items.Learn More
About the Camp
Since the mid 1950s, the Spirit of God has rested upon a 72 acre tract of land nestled in the South Mountain range of Burke County in North Carolina.
From humble beginnings, God has raised up South Mountain Baptist Camp to meet the Christian camping needs of thousands of persons.
While the original dream for South Mountain Baptist Camp was for a summer camp for boys and girls, God’s vision was much larger, and now South Mountain is a year-round facility that ministers to nearly four thousand children, youth, and adults each year.