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Beaver Creek Camp
P.O. Box 2152 E. Liverpool, OH 43920
Beaver Creek Presbyterian Church Camp was founded in 1953 and exists within the unique natural setting of Godís creation. The mission of the camp is to allow Godís people to grow in their spiritual journey. Our summer camp program enables children and youth to grow in their faith and commitment to God in Jesus Christ, renew friendships, make new friends, and enjoy a number of small and large group activities. Participation in our camp program is open to all persons regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, handicap, age or religious affiliation.
ADOPT A CABIN
Your church or any group in your church can participate in our Adopt a Cabin program. Many of the cabins/buildings have already been adopted but others are still orphans. Adopting a cabin involves assuming some of the regular maintenance & upkeep for the building. Contact the camp caretaker for more information.
Our camp spans approximately one mile along the Scenic Little Beaver Creek and includes approximately 120 acres within the natural forest. In addition to the caretaker's house, two staff cabins and a director's cabin, we have six camper cabins designed to house 12-16 campers. The Rose Lodge is the camp dining hall and also has two additional bunkrooms accommodating 8-12 campers each. The Beaver Lodge is a log building which contains the craft room on the first floor, a meeting room on the second floor, and sleeping accommodations for 8-12 campers on the third floor. Camp facilities include a swimming pool, picnic/pavilion area, a basketball court, maintenance building, two separate restroom/shower buildings, an outdoor vespers area and hiking trails.