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Adventure and Growth at Rockmont

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Greetings, Summer Campers!

Want a virtual tour of a high-value camp that provides a sense of belonging and a community that will last a lifetime? Take one for Camp Rockmont right now with today’s Blog post! Nestled in the stunning mountainous landscape of Black Mountain, Rockmont spans 550 acres surrounded by thousands of acres of National Forest wilderness, offering an unparalleled experience to campers from around the world.

Since 1956, Camp Rockmont has been the summer home for over 1500 boys each year. Originally built in the 1800s as a family retreat by the famed developer E.W. Grove, the historical property was sold to Black Mountain College in the 1930s. When the college closed in 1956, it became the site of Camp Rockmont.

With a vast array of thrilling and fun activities to choose from, including Archery, Basketball, Capture-the-Flag, Soccer, Tennis, Horseback Riding, Mountain Biking, Rock Climbing, Riflery, Outdoor Skills, Campouts, Fishing, Talent Shows, Relay Races, Canoeing, Sailing, Swim Sports, Rocketry, Photography, Guitar, Ceramics, Bible Study, and more, Camp Rockmont offers a diverse range of experiences to its campers.

The facilities at Camp Rockmont are second to none, with a beautiful 20-acre lake—Lake Eden, four athletic fields, a gymnasium, and stunning buildings that blend harmoniously with the natural surroundings.

But what sets Camp Rockmont apart is its focus on physical, emotional, social, and spiritual growth. Campers are given the opportunity to achieve a certain skill level in their chosen activities while building meaningful relationships with fellow campers and staff.

Whether you're a returning camper or new to the experience, Camp Rockmont is the perfect place to create unforgettable memories and build lifelong friendships. Plan your summer adventure at Camp Rockmont today and discover the magic for yourself. Thank you for reading and, as always, Happy Camping!


- John


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