As the summer ends, we are faced with the reality of no overnight fall retreats. Due to the continued mandates set out by the governor of Virginia, Rapidan Baptist Camp will not be hosting overnight fall retreats; however, we will be replacing them with one-day events. We are disappointed by this, but we are excited at the prospect of being able to once again serve here at camp. We hope this will not discourage you. The Lord is still at work! Our goal is to continue in our philosophy of Christian camping: to aid the local church in making and maturing disciples for the cause of Christ. We hope that you will take part in one of these day events and seek an opportunity to be encouraged and to encourage others in the Lord.
In order to more easily stay within the current health guidelines, we will be hosting our Fall Day Retreats outside. Face masks will not be required; however, you are welcome to wear one if you prefer. Registration will take place on the porch of the Lodge. The camp’s pavilion has benches, but if you would find your own chair more comfortable, feel free to bring one. Restrooms will be available in both the Lodge and the Shenandoah and Blue Ridge cabins. These will be thoroughly cleaned and sanitized.
Camp staff members will wear masks while preparing and serving food, as well as during registration. Upon arrival, please plan to have your temperature taken and answer a short health screening survey.