Camp Happenings

  • This Week's Guests!  

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  • Florence's impact on Camp Dixie

    The road to our hilltop area collapsed  on Sunday afternoon due to heavy rains from Florence.  There is minimal damage in other areas of camp. There is a lot of debris and limbs down all over camp.  If you want to volunteer with grounds clean-up and can get there safely, Maintenance Director Brian Woody said to join us after the rain stops and bring a pair of gloves!

    Phone service has been restored to our offices,  but we have minimal staff on site due to road closures and sickness.  We will get back to you so be sure and leave us a message!!

  • Join us for our annual Harvest Day Celebration on Saturday, October 13! Follow the link to learn more about the day's events or to sign up a church volleyball, cornhole or horseshoe team!  ENC Advent Christian Churches can register your church representative.  You'll find everything here that you need to promote the event at your church !

  • Project SaM Enrollment Now Open!

    Project SaM is committed to discipling teen followers of Christ (grades 10-12) through intentional one-on-one mentoring relationships and group Biblical studies in a supportive Christian community.  It is sponsored jointly by Camp Dixie and ENC Student Ministries.  Click here for more information and to enroll online today!

  • 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.

  • Hurricane Matthew Recovery - Go Fund Me Campaign

    Our waterfront has been restored!  Thanks for your prayers and support through these months since Hurricane Matthew hit back in October. The photo was taken at our Open House on May 7 as we opened up the Blob and waterfront to over 500 guests.   

    Total cost ended up being approximately $220,000.  To date, we've had $145,000 come in through the mail and through GoFundMe.  If you'd like to help us decrease the long term debt from the costs of repair, you can donate to our Go Fund Me campaign.