Make plans to be at Valley Vista!
Camp Meeting 2022 - Brochure (front)
Camp Meeting 2022 - daily schedule
A new option this year at camp meeting –
a food trailer will be equipped
to sell fast food (hot dogs/burgers/corn dogs & more).
Hours and menu will be posted at Valley Vista.
The cafeteria will be open this year at
camp meeting (Valley Vista Adventist Center)!
Beginning with Friday supper (June 24) – Sunday breakfast (July 3)
Closed Sabbath/Saturday to the public.
Breakfast: 7:30a – 8:15a
Lunch: 12:30p – 1:30p
Supper: 5:30p – 6:30p
Closed Sabbath/Saturday to the public.
The Sunday ABC Book Sale is back ~
for this year’s camp meeting.
Location: Calfee Pavilion (main auditorium)
Date: Sunday, June 26, 2022
Time: 10:30 a.m.
Come and enjoy the Sales, Fun, and Fellowship
Camp meeting offers activities again this year!
(Sunday, June 26 - Friday, July 1 from 1:45p to 3:45p).
Fun things such as:
archery, crafts, horses, lake activities, mountain biking,
ropes course, steps class, and swimming pool.
There will also be one-day activities:
caving, slip-n-slide, and tubing!
How to sign-up/register for these events? Information will be given at camp meeting.
For the Hearing Impaired - Special Services Available on Site
Driving Directions / Coordinates
1. All campers please register at Locating (near Camp Store) on arrival.
2. The person making application for lodging shall be responsible for informing family members and/or guests about camp meeting rules and information.
3. No one age 18 or under may stay on campus without adult supervision.
4. Campers must supply their own bedding. Most rooms do not have a bathroom inside.|
5. Christian modesty in dress is expected at all times while on the campground premises.
6. Modest one-piece swimming suits are required at the swimming pool.
7. Smoking is prohibited in buildings and near building entrances. Alcohol and illicit drugs are prohibited on the campground.
8. Candles/open fires are prohibited on the campground excluding supervised campfire bowls.
9. Unauthorized solicitation, selling, or promotion of any product is prohibited including fundraiser efforts for churches, schools, and other ministries.
10. It is expected that campers and visitors will be supportive of the mission of the organized Seventh-day Adventist Church. Unauthorized literature distribution or other disruptive activities may be cause for dismissal from the campground.
11. No 4-wheelers/ATVs allowed on campground without permission.
12. Open carry of firearms is not allowed without permission.
13. Bicycle riders age 15 and younger must wear helmets. Do not ride on the gravel pathway between the bath house and pavilion for safety reasons.
14. **Pets are NOT allowed inside any motel room, cabin, or building.
15. A minimum $50 deposit is required to reserve next year’s camp meeting accommodations.
16. First priority for reservations is given to those attending the entire camp meeting so we serve as many people as possible. To accomplish this, those wanting reservations for less than the full camp meeting dates will be placed on a waiting list until April 15.
17. Registration for Mountain View Conference members attending the entire camp
meeting will receive priority until March 15. After March 15, registration will be open for all \other full-time attendees.
18. Non-refundable deposit: If unable to attend camp meeting, a two-week notice prior to the camp meeting start date is required for the deposit to be refunded.
19. Meals are served three times daily (closed to the public on Sabbath) in the cafeteria for a nominal charge and are available to all. Meal tickets or cash are required for dining in the Cafeteria. Purchase tickets at the Camp Store or at meal times in the Cafeteria. If you do not use all your purchased meals, a refund will be given. Costs: $7.00 ages 7 & up; $3.50 ages 4-6 (accompanied by paying adult); free for ages 3 and under (accompanied by paying adult). Discount of $.50 each meal with online meal reservation.
20. Checkout time on Sunday is 9:00 a.m. Personal items must be removed from rented
facilities when you checkout. Anything left becomes the property of Valley Vista.
21. Campers and group leaders are expected to clean their rooms/areas used prior to leaving.
**Pet Policy**Pet Policy
Though pets are discouraged at Valley Vista, if you choose to bring your pet(s)
during camp meeting, the following rules are in place:
1. Pets (includes dogs/camels/cats/giraffes/sheep/monkeys/goats/hippos/pigs/hamsters/
water buffalos/guinea pigs/birds/elephants/gerbils, etc.) will NOT be allowed in a motel room, cabin, building, or any meeting area on the campground. 2. Dogs are expected to be a leash and properly supervised.
3. Dogs should be walked for bathroom breaks in areas away from locations used by people.
4. You must clean up after your dog. Please bring your own bags.
5. If your pet is excessively loud, you may be asked to remove the pet from the campground.
6. Rabies shots must be up-to-date.
7. If these policies aren’t followed, you may be asked to take your pet(s) home.
Valley Vista Lake Rules
1. No swimming.
2. No private motorized water craft allowed.
3. Everyone under age 18 must wear a life jacket.
4. A life jacket/vest must be worn (under age 18) or on board (those over age 18).
5. No driving on the dike.
Lake closes at dusk.