Hilltop consists of 56 acres of heavily wooded land well suited for a variety of camping activities. The resident camp sight consists of modern facilities fully winterized for year-a-round use that will accommodate up to 150 campers.
The main dorm consists of two units of six rooms each with 8 beds per room. Restrooms are at the end of each hall. The “Campbell Complex” houses an additional 4 rooms with a total of 48 beds. Two units have private bath facilities, while the others have non-private facilities.
The “Campbell Complex” also has a 50′ x 80′ gymnasium, an indoor climbing wall, a small kitchen/lounge area for small retreat use and a 30′ x 70′ outdoor swimming pool with accompanying bath facilities.
The main building, known as “Stuckey’s Lodge” houses our kitchen and dining hall. It also includes the offices, meeting rooms, and a chapel.
Outdoor recreational facilities, in addition to the pool, include a softball field, a sand volleyball court, a paved basketball court, tetherball courts, an 18-hole disc golf course and the “Giant Swing” at lakeside. There is also a picnic area with a fire ring next to “Stuckey’s Lodge” plus a separate campfire area with benches in a secluded, wooded area. There are an estimated 2 ½ miles of hiking trails. Also included on the property is a 2 ½ acre lake for fishing and boating. The lake is overlooked by an inspirational vesper area that includes a view of the cross on the opposite side of the lake to remind us all of the tremendous sacrifice Jesus endured for us.
A nicely developed “Wilderness” camp site able to accommodate up to 32 people is nestled in the woods approximately ½ mile away from the main camp. It provides a more primitive experience for those campers who enjoy roughing it a bit. The site is the perfect setting with tents for sleeping, a shelter house for group activities, a fire ring for preparation of meals and for campfires, a rustic vesper area and an initiative game course. The only modern amenities include a single water hydrant and port-a-lets brought in for the duration of the wilderness camping season.