Click below to learn more about our camp. We may be biased, but we think it’s one of the best!
- Boys' Hill
- The Barn
- The Girl's Cabin
- The Mess Hall
- The Old Place
- The Nurse's Cabin
- The Cook's Cabin
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On the hill we have our 4th-6th-grade and 7th-8th-grade boys’ cabins separated by their shower house which boasts of two water heaters, creating a near limitless supply of hot water.
Both cabins are fully insulated with air conditioning, as well as heat for those winter retreats.
The Barn, as its aptly named, started its life as an actual, functioning barn in the early 1940’s but now serves as our senior boys’ cabin.
Getting a recent makeover in 2017, it can now easily sleep 50 in the comforts of central A/C on both floors. It’s also ready for winter retreats with central heat and digital thermostats. Completely rewired and fitted with all LED lighting. The newly remodeled connecting shower house has more room and more comforts with handicap accessible shower and toilet stalls. A new deck on the rear of The Barn now overlooks a beautiful hollow.
Our nearly 4,000 square foot Girls Cabin houses all our girls but is separated into three areas; the upstairs is for the seniors, 9th– 12th-grade girls and sleeps almost 50; the downstairs is divided in half with the 4th-6th-grade girls on one side and the 7th-8th-grade girls on the other.
All three areas are air-conditioned, but the upstairs was fully renovated in 2017 adding all LED lighting, high tech closed-cell spray foam insulation, and a 4-ton central heat pump. This makes for a comfortable living space on the hottest summer days and coldest winter retreats.
Just adjacent to the cabin is the girls’ shower house. It is currently receiving a full makeover which will require us to edit this description:)
The Mess Hall is our central meeting place. Worship, classes, meals and even the occasional game of ping-pong takes place here.
Often gathering together with more than two hundred people for an assembly in the comforts of central air helps make camp more enjoyable for today’s young people.
Originally built around the 1830’s, The Old Place, as it’s affectionately known, served as home to the Rice family. As the oldest of all camp buildings, it currently has many roles.
The porch is home to devotionals, impromptu singing sessions, and two of the most popular swings at camp. Inside, the game room houses an air hockey table and a foosball table.
In the back, an entire section of the building serves as home to each camp week’s directors.
This is our Nurse’s Cabin. It is here that campers, and counselors, come to receive treatment for their nicks, scrapes, and other miscellaneous boo-boos.
The cabin is well-stocked with necessary medical supplies and is the exclusive domain of each week’s Camp Nurse.
The Nurse’s Cabin has the distinction of being the first cabin to receive air conditioning many years ago.
Featuring all the amenities of a home, such as; bathrooms, showers, washer and dryer, air-conditioning, microwave, etc., our Cooks Cabin is a much-needed comfort for our hard-working cooks.
BCC is located in the midst of the rolling hills of the lower Appalachian Mountains in East central Alabama.
With waterfront property on Lake Wedowee, our campers get to enjoy canoeing, swimming, and other water activities.
We also boast of our 210-foot waterslide, softball field, outdoor basketball court, sandbox volleyball court and cable ride just to name a few.