Camp Happenings


  • This Week's Guests!  

    Welcome to:

    • Cursillo de Cristiandad
  • College & Career Retreat - December 28-30-2018

    Join us for Camp Dixie’s annual College & Career Retreat between Christmas & New Year’s for young adults including high school seniors and graduates, college students, and grad students. This year’s retreat will be built around the Grace Changes Everything Retreat by TrueFace. It’s a retreat filled with great friendships, Bible study, opportunities for service, worship, small groups, late nights and laughter!

    Learn more and register online!

  • An Abundant Harvest Day

    We had a beautiful day for our annual Harvest Day on October 13!  There was friendly competition in our Volleyball, Horseshoes, and Cornhole Tournaments.  Crowds enjoyed being outdoors as they placed bids at the Silent Auction, painted a pumpkin, played Gaga ball and caught up with old friends.  Total funds raised this year exceeded $93,000.  

    Executive Director Ronnie LaFevers expressed his thanks at the end of the day, " Much thanks to our ACCENC participating churches for their love and devotion to our camp. Much thanks to our awesome staff for continuing to be the best staff in Christian Camping. So thankful for a very devoted Board of Directors. Crazy thanks to our volunteers. I am blown away by God's continued provision for His ministry at Camp Dixie."

  • Registration is officially open for Summer Camp 2019!  Registering early benefits families in a couple of ways. FIrst of all, it ensures that your child gets a place in the week that is most convenient with your family schedule and with specific friends with whom  they want to attend camp.  Some of our sessions filled up last summer and campers had to be placed on a waitlist.   Registering early also helps families by making it possible for them to pay for the cost of camp throughout the year.  Get more information on Summer Camp 2019 here.

  • /donate/florence-road-restorationThe restoration of the road to the hilltop is essential to our ongoing ministry. The hilltop area provides lodging and meeting space to groups of up to 72 people. At this time, that area is inaccessible.  We do not currently have an estimated cost for the restoration project. 

    Stay current on updates, Learn more details, view photos and information regarding Hurricane Florence's impact on Camp Dixie.

    Make an online DONATION here.

    Checks may be mailed to our offices at 373 W. Bladen Union Church Rd., Fayetteville, NC 28306. Please write "Florence" in your check memo to designate your gift.

  • Good-bye to Jennifer Baker

    If you walk in the front door of our office, you’ll notice a face missing at the front desk! Jennifer Baker, our Registrar and Receptionist, has moved recently to the Charlotte area to pursue some new opportunities.  We cannot say enough about all that Jen brought to our team!  She touched each one of us with her cheerful personality, her sense of humor, her helpful spirit, and her commitment to serving with excellence. 

    During her time with us, Jen lead our move to a more efficient web based registration system.  She patiently guided many parents through the registration process over the phone!  Jen loved “camp”, often serving as a weekend host for guest groups and staying on site to help with games and activities during several weeks of our summer camp.  For several years, Jen has organized and lead a team of our high school campers on a short term missions trip within the US.  We pray God will continue to bless Jennifer in all she does!  

  • June Update on Camp Dixie Lake

    With summer camp fast approaching, we wanted to post an update on our lake water status. Last fall, there were many news stories related to the Chemours plant and the discharge of GenX into the Cape Fear River.  This was of concern to all of us due to our close proximity to Chemours.  Our returning camper families may remember receiving an email from us last November concerning the lake water test results from the NC Department of Environmental Quality. The email is posted below.


    You may  want to read the letter posted below from the NC Department of Health and Human Resources (DHHS) in response to our questions about whether our lake would still be safe for recreational use of the BLOB and waterslide that would submerge campers briefly during their five-day session with us. 


    Your child’s health and safety are of utmost importance to us, and for that reason, we have continued to monitor this situation for any new developments that could impact them while they are here. Camp Dixie’s drinking water is supplied by Bladen County Public Works and according to Kip McClary, Bladen County’s general services manager, the well that supplies our water at Camp Dixie was tested at 11 parts per trillion. That is less than 10 percent of the state’s provisional health goal of 140 parts per trillion for public drinking water safety.


    The state tested the creek leading out of our dam a few months ago and found a GenX concentration 27% lower than the numbers found in the lake last October.  The NCDEQ will test the lake again next fall.  At this time, we have no further information to report to you concerning the GenX situation.


    The bottom line continues to be:  according to the state and county agencies conducting the tests, our water is safe to drink and we can safely enjoy our lake in the same ways we always have. 


    If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.

  • Celebrating our History

    At our recent Harvest Day we shared a presentation of the history of this ministry.  Follow the link to view the presentation or download a written copy.

    We've also added a page to this website where we will make our history available.