This cozy cabin right on the lake is set aside as a one/two person retreat center to serve the clergy of our conference. This delightful, quiet space has air conditioning, a bathroom, kitchen/dining room, reading chair, and a fold-out couch. Many have found refuge here and it awaits the opportunity to help you study, rest, and reflect as well.
Blue Lake can even accommodate your needs if you'd like to stay at camp in your RV! There are full hookups with sewer and electrical and electrical only hook ups. Please contact our hospitality manager today for more details.
Lambuth is the beautiful chapel that sits at the front of camp, that has seen a number of commissioning services, communions, worship services and more. It was built in the early 1800's in Forkland, AL and was moved to Blue Lake in 1977. This step back in time, still contains many of the original furnishings. It is capable of holding 100 worshippers and acoustically is amazing. Reserve this building for a closing ceremony for your next group and we promise you will not be disappointed!
Our swimming pool was recently built in 2008 and can hold a capacity of 100 people. It has stair entry points at either end which is three feet deep, while it gradually goes to five feet in the middle. There is also a very nice bathhouse right next to the pool.
This is the largest multi-purpose space at Blue Lake. Vicker's is capable of comfortably seating 1200 people, when used as a meeting space. It is an especially great activity space for a rainy, cold, or particularly hot day. A variety of activities are also available, such as large group games, volleyball, basketball, and four square. The gym is fully heated and air-conditioned, and equipped with a sound system and stage.
Each pilgrim follows the same clear, winding path that leads to a center and then back out again. The private and inner journey can lead the pilgrim to an encounter with God that possibly includes healing, transformation, renewal, and peace.
This labyrinth was installed in the spring of 2012 to honor the many years of inspired ministry of Rev. Frank Scott.