Final Fall Fling Times: Drop off at 6pm. Pick up is on Sunday at noon.
Established in 1979 on the Brinton Rice home place, located approximately 13 miles east of Lineville, Alabama, BCC has been a special place for many people for over 30 years.
The camp consists of 170 wooded acres on beautiful Lake Wedowee. The young people who attend not only enjoy many activities such as cable rides, water slides, hay rides, volleyball, horseshoes, and crafts, but also delight in growing spiritually through various activities.
Many campers return multiple times a year to experience the joy and learn lessons that change who they are.
A Week at Backwoods
Camp did something for me that nothing else ever has: It changed who I was. Gradually over the year camp has been the source of my strength, my greatest happiness and my friends. Backwoods has become my home.
When I think of Backwoods, I think of my home way from home. I think of the long nights spent with Christian friends, hours dedicated to studying the word of God, and so many memories I can never forget.
Growing up, I didn’t have a huge youth group to spend time with, so spending time at camp every summer was what I anticipated every year. As soon as one session ended, I counted the weeks until I could be back at my favorite place again.
Backwoods provided a place for me to make lifelong friends, a place away from the chaotic, sinful world that we live in, and, most importantly, a place that has helped me grow and develop spiritually.