Traditional Father/Son Weekend Camp. Perfect for fathers with sons in grades K – 10. Partnering with families to help boys develop into strong, healthy men is the mission of Falling Creek. A critical part of this journey is the relationship a son has with his father.
The program is designed to promote the special relationship between a father and son through challenging, adventurous new activities, and the shared memories that are sure to last a lifetime.
Imagine you and your son spending an action-filled weekend in the mountains of Western North Carolina! Do you like to climb? What about canoeing? Shooting a rifle? Have you ever tried a zipline? Do you like to relax and go fishing, or play ping-pong and foosball?
These are just some of the activities that you will participate in at Falling Creek’s annual Father/Son Weekend Camps. There is NO experience required for any of the activities.
The weekend camp is all-inclusive. Meals are served ‘family style’ in our dining hall. Accommodations are provided in our rustic cabins. Each cabin has electricity and a bathroom. You will be grouped with other families with similarly aged boys, or you may request to be in a cabin with another family you already know.
Demands of work and school and all the activities that accompany both often hinder the nurturing of all kinds of relationships. This was a great weekend to get me refocused on what’s really important!” – Neal Sumter III from Atlanta, Georgia (Parent)
1. Packing Suggestions
Be prepared for cool, sometimes cold, nights and possibly some cold days as well. Also be prepared for warm weather. Download our Father Son Weekend Packing List
2. Directions to Camp
There are two airports close to Falling Creek: Asheville Regional Airport (AVL) and Greenville-Spartanburg (GSP). Both have rental car providers and are approximately 45-minutes away from camp.
Driving directions are available on our Directions page.
Please plan to arrive at camp between 5:00pm and 6:00pm on Friday. Our staff will direct you to the check-in table and to your cabin. The weekend begins with dinner in the Dining Hall and is followed by an evening program.