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Falling Creek Camp

A traditional summer camp for boys founded on Christian values.

Register Here

Countdown to 2024 Registration!

Registration for returning and new campers will be available starting on the last Wednesday of August (08/30/2023 at 9:00am EST).

With long waiting lists certain, we encourage interested families to review session options and submit an application as soon as possible.

2024 Registration Opens 8/30/23
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Falling Creek Camp is featured on the cover of the August 6, 2007 edition of TIME Magazine: The Myth About Boys.

Come join us!

We are a close-knit community of 312 campers and 140 dedicated staff members from 36 states and 18 countries. Camp is situated on 900+ private mountaintop acres near Tuxedo, North Carolina.

Summer Camp Sessions range from 1-week to 4-weeks, for boys in grades 1 to 11. We offer Father/Son Weekends for boys in grades K to 10 and their fathers, as well as Family Camp.


Watch the Video

Watch this introduction to Falling Creek Camp and then check out more videos below!

Read the full movie transcript

Video Gallery

Read our Magazine

You can read all of our previous Grow & Behold Publications online to see more of what boys camp is like.

Read Latest Issue

Think Dream Job

Be rewarded for doing what you love by working at Falling Creek. Earn valuable professional certifications, help campers grow, and be part of something fulfilling during the summer.

Work At Camp

We’re looking for the best.

Know of an exceptional young person in your community who would be an inspiring role model on our staff? See how working at summer camp is more than just a summer job, and invite them apply to serve on staff!

Staff Application


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The atmosphere, values, camaraderie, and activities are exactly what we value in an experience for our grandsons. Thank you so much for all you have done to perpetuate the founding principles in such a caring atmosphere.

Peggy Landes King / Evanston, Illinois