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Jesus said, "Come to me all you who are weary and burdened,
and I will give you rest."
(Mat 11:28)


Greene Hills Camp is a place where all are welcome and encouraged to come and rest and experience the grace and love of Christ, while surrounded by the beauty of God's amazing creation.

Greene Hills Camp is located on the banks of the world famous trout waters of the Little Juniata River near Alexandria, in Huntingdon County. Greene Hills is situated on 220 acres of woods, fields, wetland, stream and river, and is surrounded on three sides by Rothrock State Forest. The camp consists of three distinct areas: the Summer Camp Area, the Manor and Central Camp Area, and the Family Campground & RV Park.

GREENE HILLS SITE MAP

We invite you to come experience the beauty of God’s awesome creation all year long at Greene Hills. Pitch a tent or rent one of our rental RV's at the Family Campground & RV Park, spend the week in a cabin at the Summer Camp Area, or bring your group to the Manor for a fabulous winter retreat. Hike to Cathedral Meadow, play some basketball in the barn, try some fishing or tubing in the Little Juniata River, or experience some the best sledding around. Wrap up the day around the campfire under the stars or with a cup of hot cocoa and time of worship in front of a warm fireplace.

Don't miss out on these great opportunities Greene Hills Camp has to offer!

 
Questions about Greene Hills and the facilities? Contact the site director:
Charlie Renner
Greene Hills 
5125 Manor Dr, 
Alexandria, PA 16611
Phone: 814-669-4212
E-Mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 
 

Shared Stories from Greene Hills

  • Moments +

    You wonder "Why"? when there are 1 a.m. bath house trips, body odor, bugs, bats, and snakes; why come back? Because there are moments. Moments in the predawn dark that all you hear is the lone bird and the train whistle. Moments when a camper who's not been having the best time opens up, tries something new, enjoys what they're doing and finally smiles. There are moments when love and forgiveness are shown as campers who weren't getting along embrace one another. When a camper asks "How can I be forgiven?" and I can answer, "Ask God to do it, let me show you how." There are moments which only happen at camp and I wouldn't trade them for anything. That's "Why." - Jennifer

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