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Camp Blue Ridge
Accredited by the American Camping Assocation
Christian Camps & Conference Assocation
Conference Contact
Eliasib Fajardo, Camp Director
Camp Blue Ridge
PO Box 120
Montebello, VA 24464
Phone: (540) 466 1583
Fax: (540) 377-9800

Camp Contact
Eliasib Fajardo, Manager
529 Old Mill Rd.
Montebello, VA. 24464
Phone: (540) 466 1583
Fax: (540) 466-1589

Camp History
Camp Blue Ridge was established in 1957 as a summer camp for youth of the Potomac Conference. Through the years, usage by the constituents grew to the point that a major construction and remodeling project was launched in 1987 to upgrade the facilities and render them usable year-round. The present conference center facilities are enjoyed by both con- stituents and non-constituents, as we have found the natural environment an excellent tool for witnessing. Camp Blue Ridge is a member of Christian Camping International (CCI), as well as the Association of Adventist Camp Professionals (AACP).

Information on Property and Camp Facilities
Camp Blue Ridge stretches across 550 beautiful acres 27 miles southeast of Staunton, Virginia, in the scenic Blue Ridge Mountains. Churches, business groups, schools, and families are among the many to enjoy the comfortable facilities located just minutes away from the Blue Ridge Parkway, Crabtree Falls (the highest waterfall east of the Mississippi), and Wintergreen Ski Resort. Our facilities include 22 cabins, a Town Hall with a seating capacity of 200, a dining hall with a deck overlooking the lake, and an eight-unit motel. Each cabin will accommodate 12 people and features two bedrooms, each with its own full bath, and separated by a sitting room with kitchenette. Food service ranging from snacks to a candlelight dinner can be provided by CBR at your request.

Camp Programs and Special Features
Camp Blue Ridge is open year round and offers guests a variety of on-site options, including sand lot volleyball, outdoor basketball, paddle boating and canoeing on the lake, jet ski rides, swimming, and numerous hiking trails. The summer camp program includes all of the above activities as well as gymnastics, archery, crafts, horsemanship, lapidary, and a wide variety of nature classes. Summer outpost camps include BMX, rock climbing, white water rafting, horse pack trips, fly fishing, and nature odyssey. During the winter months, Wintergreen Ski Resort 20 miles away provides snow skiing.

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Directions to Camp
From 1-81 in Virginia take Exit 205. Turn east on Route 606 toward Steele's Tavern. Go one mile to Route 11 and turn left. Drive about 200 yards and turn right on Route 56. Go approximately 8 1/2 miles to Montebello and turn left at the post office on Route 667. The camp entrance is the first road on the right, across from the fire department.
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