About Youth Camp

A premiere summer camp experience for churches to attend! We offer the complete package of recreation, worship, service projects, tubing, speaker, small groups, meals, and lodging! This frees you up to minister to your youth.

We offer a grand experience in a setting that is conducive to fellowship at an affordable price. Call (828-389-8828) or email us for more information and to start registration.  

Secure Your Spots

Our first and third weeks of Youth Camp are sold out!
(June 23-28 & July 21-26)

Our second week is filling fast. Reserve your spots today!
June 30 to July 5

Call our office today to secure spots for your church (828-389-8828)! All we need is your contact information and an estimated number of attendees (chaperones and students) to get our easy registration process started. 

Truett Nation

Become part of something greater.


Our Youth Camp is full of amazing activities. Campers will have a multitude of options for recreation, service projects, and ways to bond with each other. The week culminates in a white water rafting experience that will be talked about for months!


Our youth camps are limited to 150 people. This creates an atmosphere conducive to developing friendships, intentional mentoring, and developing a genuine relationship with Jesus Christ.  


Truett is passionate about providing a phenomenal experience in every aspect of camp. We ascribe to a philosophy of organization, preparation, cleanliness, and safety. Our staff are carefully chosen to embody the character of Christ and receive great training.

It is evident the heart of those working in this space is centered on the will of God. I appreciate the presentation of the Gospel on Day 1 and for the frequent opportunity for guided small group discussion.

-Trey, Youth Pastor


Truett is located outside Hayesville, NC, nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Western North Carolina. Truett is an incredible 90 acres of God’s Creation. It’s conveniently located within a two-hour drive of several large cities (Atlanta, Asheville, Chattanooga, Greenville, and Knoxville).

How to Register

1. Churches initiate our easy registration process by calling (828-389-8828) or emailing (info@truettcamp.org) our camp office!

2. We will get you contracted based on the total number of people you plan to bring.

3. We will send the youth pastor (or other representative) the forms to get their youth registered. Collecting payment is between the church and their attendees. 

***All attendees to this event must register through a church. If your church is not attending this event, we suggest looking at our Girls Camp or Boys Camp options instead.***


If interested, but you have questions, church leadership is welcome to use the convenient contact form at the bottom of this page!

The first part of being prepared is being informed! 

Here are some answers to our most commonly asked questions.  

Do we get to bring our own chaperones?

Yes! We recommend a counselor for every seven students. They get to enjoy all the activities, meals, service projects, messages, and worship alongside the students! The cost is only $350 per chaperone, which is the same as the student price.

What are the accommodations like?

We have excellent bunkhouses with two private bathrooms per bunkhouse, mini-split HVAC units, thick inner-spring mattresses, carpet, and tiled bathrooms. The rooms have 12-16 beds.

What steps are taken to ensure safety?

All staff and volunteers undergo a background check. During staff training, counselors are trained in basic first aid and situational awareness to prevent incidents. The camp has volunteer medical professionals who manage medication and camper wellness.  Staff are trained to facilitate recreation. Any water activities are supervised by American Red Cross certified lifeguards. Also, the camp is inspected on an annual basis. Since 2020 Truett has received a 100 health and safety rating from the NC Department of Health & Safety.

What should we bring to camp?

Campers should bring their own bedding (twin-sized bunks), toiletries, clothes, and Bible.

If they have any medication, whether over the counter or prescription, they must turn those in at check-in in a 1-gallon Ziploc bag with the camper’s name clearly labeled.

We highly recommend bringing two pairs of shoes, a reusable water bottle, sunscreen, and clothes that are suitable for work projects (which could include painting, landscaping, etc.).

For the white water rafting trip we recommend sandals with a heel strap, swimwear, a towel, and a small bag with a change of clothes.

Can people with a developmental disability be successful at camp?

Our heart is to minister to as many people as possible, but we do have realistic limits to our facilities. If a child is interested in attending camp, who may require special accommodations, please contact us. We encourage parents to have a conversation with the Summer Camp Coordinator to see if the individual can have a positive experience.

Contact us

Call Us

(828) 389-8828

Our Location

177 Truett Lane
Hayesville, NC 28904

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