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Ocoee Ridge Church Camp

Church family camps offer a respite for members and visitors to relax, worship and fellowship with their friends and church family.

Sitting high on the mountain ridges near the Cherokee National Forest is just such a place.  The Ocoee Ridge Church Camp provides a secluded location with panoramic views looking southeast into the mountains of North Georgia.  The facilities, built on 250 acres, provide visitors with overnight accommodations in rooms containing up to 5 bunk style beds complete with private bath facilities.  These “Bunk Houses” are built dormitory style in two large buildings at 13,500 square feet each but with an additional multi-purpose room for indoor activities.  On-site dining services are provided in a large 14,200 square foot Dining Hall with seating for over 500 visitors served from a commercial style kitchen.  Each building has been sited to take advantage of the spectacular views of the mountain range beyond.  The Dining Hall itself has large expanses of windows that allow views of the local high peak known as Big Frog Mountain.  During the winter months diners might catch a glimpse of Big Frog nearly 10 miles away with a snow cap on it’s summit.  The Assembly Hall provides space for worship services, speaking engagements and theatrical events under one roof in 13,700 square feet with seating for over 750 visitors.

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