Cokesbury Worship Center:
This building was built in 2009 with hopes it would be filled with church groups, business groups, bands, weddings, and much more. It has a warming kitchen that includes a microwave, sinks, coffee maker, and refrigerator. The center can provide seating up to 200 people - light weight rectangular tables and round tables. We have wi-fi capabilities, and audio/visual equipment such as tv, projector, sound mixer, sound equipment inputs, monitors, and microphones (wired and wireless).
Lynch Building (D-Hall)
This building is our most used part of our camp for the fact that this is where the food is cooked and eaten. The Lynch Building was built in 1962 and has had a few updates since then. In 2002 the camp added a Screen Porch to the Lynch Building and updated the bathrooms to become more handicap accessible. This space can also be used for a smaller worship area, meeting area, a great place to gather for indoor games, or to sit around the warm fire and drink some hot chocolate with fellow friends or community members you are meeting for the first time. The Lynch Building can seat 125 people comfortably, using our light weight 4x6 tables, round tables, and chairs. This building has a screened in porch, bathrooms with showers, nurses station, and a full service kitchen. Just like the Cokesbury Worship Center we have a beverage table, wi-fi capabilities, sound equipment, and audio/visual equipment.
If you're just traveling through and want a great place to rest and watch the sunset or rise, or if you want a weekend getaway, our cabins are just for you. All cabins are getting a fresh update with heat and air mini splits, a fresh coat of paint, new flooring, and blinds.
Cabins that haven't been renovated yet, have electric base board heaters and A.C. window unit, a night light, a box fan, chairs and a fire/carbon-dioxide alarm.The cabins have five bunk beds (10 people) making enough room to move around and stay comfortable. The Bathhouses are only a few feet away from all the cabins. Cabins 1, 4, 9, and 8 are handicap accessible with ramps that lead from the cabin to the bathhouse.
Our cabins are sponsored by our community and our churches.
The dock was built many years ago but in 2007 the dock was rebuilt and even extended 45 more feet into the creek. Fishing, crabbing, relaxing, or just watching the sunset is now more enjoyable.
The Picnic Shelter is located in the G-Field area. This spot is great for family cook-outs, outdoor community events, or a great place to stay cool after enjoying some fun in the sun.
A new Picnic Shelter will be built before the end of the year (2017) or shortly after. Thanks to Berea UMC.