Tabernacle reminiscent of the traditional brush arbor. Plenty of seating
with an up-to-date sound system, electric lights, ceiling fans, and concrete
floor. There is a raised chancel with altar and choir pews. There is
also lots of old oak trees around the Tabernacle to spread out a blanket or set
up a lawn chair under. Services are broadcast on FM radio with coverage
throughout the campground.
and air conditioned dining hall. There are two banquet rooms, commercial
kitchen, and public restroom facilities. The wrap-around front porch
is complete with many rocking chairs and ceiling fans. From the rocking chairs you
have a wonderful view of camp life at Shingleroof.
and Tent Camping
currently ten campsites with complete hook-up, including sewerage. Located
directly across from the dining hall, the RV campers have convenient access
to all of the campground. In addition to the RV sites, there are sixteen
campsites for future expansion. These sites can be used by campers
that like a pioneer setting.
week of campmeeting. A Camp Store is operated in the basement of the
dining hall. The camp store carries drinks and snacks for kids of
any age. Many ice cream snacks are always available, and many nights,
after the evening service, fresh churned ice cream is available.
facilities are located in the parking lot next to the dining hall. For the
2004 campmeeting we have just completed a beautiful renovation of the public
restrooms. Everything is new and the restrooms are air conditioned to keep
down humidity. There are also restrooms in the dining hall.
for the dining hall is adjacent to the building. For services, park
anywhere. Free parking all around the campground.
Campground has been here for many generations and it is the purpose of the
trustees to make sure that it is here for generations to come. Looking
at that purpose, the trustees have established an area for family "tents"
to be built. This expansion will allow the construction of approximately
seventeen new "tents." Information about building your family
tent is available from the trustees.
In 2001 there
was an expansion of our nature trails. The new trail is about
one mile long, and encircles the campground. This wooded walk is well
kept, and not difficult. It is a very pleasant walk in the woods for
fun or exercise. The Nature trails include the spring area where you can
find a picnic area and a gazebo for relaxing in the shade.
Ten Commandments Trail
latest addition to the Nature trail system connects and expands the original
nature trail. The Ten Commandments Trail is about 1-1/2 miles and has
locations throughout the trail for prayer and rest. There are a total of
eleven kiosks with a short Bible lesson on each from the late Dr. Charles
Allen. At each kiosk there is also a bench with one of the ten
commandments. Walkers can rest, pray, and meditate on the verses as they exercise.
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