About Falling Creek Camp
Falling Creek’s mission is to provide a setting, a program, and dedicated leadership to allow our boys a maximum opportunity for personal growth and fun as they develop an understanding of their relationships with nature, their fellow man,
Our summer camp is located in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains in Western North Carolina near the town of Tuxedo. Falling Creek is a short 45-minute drive from both Asheville (AVL), North Carolina, and Greenville (GSP), South Carolina.
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Our campus covers over 525 acres of mountain forest. We have two spring-fed lakes; one mile of maintained and stocked Green River; many acres of pastures for our herd of horses, and two riding rings; five tennis courts; a large field for sports; a basketball court; 50-foot climbing tower; miles of trails for mountain biking, riding, running and hiking; and much more. We have a dock on nearby Lake Summit for our sailing program.
Our infirmary houses three 'round-the-clock registered nurses each session, and our A-Frame hosts a doctor and his family each week of the summer.
We have 36 cabins for campers. Each has electricity and a private bathroom with shower. The cabins are open-air. Falling Creek welcomes 288 campers each session and 240 campers in Junior Camp.
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Yates and Marisa Pharr are the camp's directors.
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Falling Creek Camp was founded in 1969 by Jim Miller as an independent Christian camp for boys and the brother camp of Camp Greystone.
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Falling Creek offers four session options. Each session is exclusive to itself. Campers come for one, two, three, or four weeks.
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An Important Decision
We know that choosing the right summer camp for your child is a very big decision. Our website, brochure and DVD are helpful tools designed to give you as much information as possible to see if Falling Creek is the right camp for your son.