ROOFTOP FRIENDS ALABAMA FAMILY RETREAT HAS A NEW NAME!
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Registration opens January 2017. Check back soon!
Location, Dates & Schedule
June 19-23, 2017
June 26-30, 2017
Each family member: $375
Children under 4: Free
*Please do not let the cost keep you from inquiring about attending camp. Visit our “Contact Us” page if you have a question about scholarship money.
What to Expect
You can expect lots of time to enjoy activities as a family, teaching and worship times as a large group, free time to spend while your children are well cared for, refreshing and encouraging time with other men and women who have walked a road similar to yours, fun, safe and age appropriate programs for each camper attending, and so much more!
There will be a buddy (Compassionate Companion) assigned to your family member who has a disability. They will be there to help you, get to know you all and give your camper the best camp experience possible! (They cannot help with personal or medical needs, so you’ll set meeting times and places to take care of those needs.)
ASCCA: There are 2 one-story lodges for family housing. Each room has 2 bunk beds and a private bath, with extra floor room for an air mattress. There are a limited number of accessible baths, so first come, first served. If you will need a second room, please contact us to discuss your specific situation. We will all share meals together in one main, easily accessible dining hall partially overlooking beautiful Lake Martin.
McDowell: Each of the 5 family lodges we will use in Bethany Village has 11 bedrooms with two queen size beds and private bath in each. There are a limited number of accessible baths, so first come, first served. The lodges are heated and cooled and all bed & bath linens ARE furnished. The entire Bethany Village is wheelchair accessible
What to Bring
- Beach towels
- Money for camp store
- Bible, notebook, pen
- Bug spray, sunscreen
- Casual, comfortable clothing (please make modest clothing choices avoiding skinny strap tank tops, short shorts and skirts)
- Shoes comfortable for walking around camp
- Water shoes (for playing in the creek)
- Modest, full coverage bathing suit
- Toiletries and other personal items
- Special food or medical equipment needed