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HopeTree’s Camp Virginia Jaycee, 2494 Camp Jaycee Road, P.O. Box 668, Blue Ridge, VA 24064 Phone 540-947-5697 Fax 540-947-5698
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Dare to Care Charities, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization
Now taking reservations for 2013 events!
HopeTree’s Camp Virginia Jaycee offers facilities for your party, picnic, workshop, retreat, wedding, camp, athletic event, or training program. Bring your own cook and supplies to our commercial kitchen, or use ours! Contact Us for a quote!
We also offer other unique options such as fishing in our pond, miniature golf and trained therapy horses and other animals.
Robertson Hall (1971) A kitchen with cooking facilities and a dining area that can accommodate about 150 people. A fireplace, storage rooms and rest rooms were included in the original structure.
Eight Cabins (four in 1971 and four in 1974) Each cabin includes a bathroom, toilet and shower facilities. They are located in a cabin circle near the Health Center.
Bathhouse (1972) the bathhouse has both a male and female shower and bathroom facilities.
Murray Pavilion (1972) is a 40 x 64 foot recreational a-frame pavilion providing space for
multipurpose activities, picnics and is in honor of the Murray Family who helped develop the
Barn (1972) The Barn was constructed by Project Concern youths to house small animals for the use of the Camp’s program.
Platform Tent Area (Fall of 1976 and spring of 1977) There are 4 tent platforms, which may be utilized for over-night tent camping and outdoor education.
Large Outdoor Pool Available with or without lifeguard. Currently closed for repairs.
Fields, Miniature Golf, Climbing Wall, Hiking Trails, Generous Parking Lot
Within view of the beautiful Blue Ridge Parkway
Werness Hall (1987) a 42 x 72 multipurpose building. It is named in honor of the
former first President, Everett Werness.
Clement Recreation Center (1988) A 60 x 100 outdoor recreation and inclement
weather building is used for recreational activities and other programs. It was named
in honor of Board member, Chuck Clement.
President’s Pavilion (1990) The Pavilion was constructed to provide shelter and storage at the Pond.
Towe Infirmary – (1994) The Health Center was constructed in memory of the first Chairman
K O V A R Program Building (2003) The upper level houses administrative program staff and
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The pool is currently closed
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