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Winter Camp at Home ($20) - is weekly on Sunday afternoons, 4:30 to 6pm, for grades K-12 (will be split by age group). Session Two is January 17 to March 14. Cost is $20 per session. Spend time with your favorite camp counselors each week, building community, participating in group discussions, and having fun with games and activities together!

Personal or Couple Retreat ($100/night) - Plan a (safe) getaway to Fort Valley. The Loft has cozy, modern accommodations, with central heat/air, a fully equipped kitchen, and Wi-Fi. Get away from the noise and spend time alone (or together) in reflection, creativity, and/or rest.

Retreat Registration - BeerReformation (Jan 22-24) or Wild Women (Feb 26-28) ($115 for the weekend) - Join us for a weekend of fellowship and renewal. Retreat cost includes modern-rustic lodging and scratch-made meals. Retreat details TBD; additional covid-related precautions will follow current guidance. Both retreats will be in the Cabin Village and include a mix of indoor and outdoor activities, to allow the group to spread out.

Family Retreat ($100-200/night for up to 10 people) - We are open for family retreats year-round in the Farmhouse and the Loft. Let's plan a safe, local getaway for your family!

Summer Camp ($450+) - Give a child the gift of Summer Camp! Choose from Classic, Adventure, and Specialty Camps. Spend a week living and playing in God's beautiful creation - swimming, hiking, playing games, creekwalking, stargazing, crafting, and more. Summer Camp is offered to grades 1 to 12.

Adventure Weekend ($200 per night, per family) - Spend a winter weekend at camp; choose your own adventure! Nearby winter activities include hiking, tours at Luray Caverns, horseback riding, and skiing/snowboarding/tubing.

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