Camp Wayfarer Location

Camp Wayfarer is located at: One Red Bird Road, Flat Rock, NC 28731

We are south of Asheville, N.C. and just north of Saluda, N.C. in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains.





Top 18 Wayfarer landmarks AND why we love our North Carolina camp!

Camp Wayfarer Map

1) The Lodge

Completed in spring of 2012, we are awfully proud of the newest addition to our campus. This is where all parents check-in, campers have reflective classes (think yoga and bible study) and where we have staff meetings. We even have a gorgeous fireplace for winter events. Upstairs houses our offices and infirmary. It is quite a multi-use facility!

2) The Dining Hall

FAB summer camp food, fellowship, ‘If I Had A Hammer’, conga lines and ‘round the room you must go’ birthday celebrations, Germ-X, and even Christmas in July! Learn to be a waiter, what an oatmeal quadrant is, how Jim Bob integrates key manners lessons, and more. Sounds fun!

3) The Infirmary

Upstairs in our Lodge…see #1

4) The Barn

With famous horses like MAC and Flame, you will care for your horse while learning the best about riding! Horse shows, trails, equestrian games, bareback rides, and how about a horseless horse show? All this and more…

5) Girls’ Camp

Open air cabins each with their own bathrooms, Girls’ Camp is located on the Lodge side of Lake Chamois. Each cabin houses 6-9 campers with 2 counselors and at least 1 counselor in training (CIT). We have a 3:1 camper/counselor ratio which allows for oodles of individual attention and care!

6) The Honor Council Ring…see The Point #11…

7) Riflery and Archery Ranges

Get your shooting skills honed and your bow practice in at these two ranges below the Girls’ Camp. 

8) The Nick Danzig Gymnasium and Theater

Without a doubt one of THE COOLEST gyms in the country! Jim Bob says that the NCAA Final Four will be played here soon. Wouldn’t be surprised! It was hand drawn out on a napkin by Jim Bob himself and built by him ( with some added hands) as well. People come ask to copy it all the time! You will see why when you see it in person. Another multi-use facility by our always innovative, Jim Bob!

9) Lake Chamois

This is the pulse of the campus during activity time.  We have the famous BLOB where you can get bounced higher than the trees (moms..we have short trees?), a kayak course, a huge rope swing over the lake for back flips, our AWESOME 100 ft. Wet-Willy, and really loud bullfrogs. For your viewing pleasure, Jim Bob nestled the gym directly over Lake Chamois…pretty cool.

10) The Pool

Our BRAND NEW POOL was finished last summer (2018) and houses Water polo, water volleyball, stuff the canoe challenge, synchronized swimming and more…We even roll our kayaks for the first time here!

11) The Point

A tranquil place in the woods to give thanks to God. Many campers come here on their own for quiet reflection as well as our Bible Study classes for wonderful conversations about life, God and getting along in our ever-changing world. Twice during the summer we wrap up our sessions with life lessons from Jim Bob and Nancy while tapping new Honor Council members. Our tradition of lighting each others candles at the Point is one of the campers’ favorites. The beauty of 350 candles burning in the summer night as we sing “Hold it up to the Light” is truly amazing.

12) The Round House

Not really Round…should be the Hexagon House…but it is really cool. This is our indoor, rainy day programming area at camp.

13 and 14) Tennis Courts and Landsports Field

On the northeast corner of our property is our sports complex. We have every sport imaginable played on the landsports field as well as some awesome evening programs. There are also 3 Har-Tru tennis courts next to the landsports field for the campers to enjoy.

15) The Pavillion

Our oldest and most precious building on campus. Part of the original Camp Bear Wallah campus, The Pavilion was once used for performances as well as a meeting area. It overlooks Lake Chamois and the Danzig Gym, and is now where we have many Sunday services. A joyful noise is always made in this sweet spot.

16) Boys’ Camp

The map doesn’t do justice to the flight of stairs one must climb to reach it, but it IS a great workout for our boys! Boys’ Camp consists of 8 open air cabins, housing 6-10 boys (depending on their age) in bunk beds. Each cabin will have 2 counselors and 1 CIT. Our adult to child ratio is 3:1 which allows for personal attention and the time to truly get to know your child.

17) Honeymoon Cabin

A precious cabin next to the Home Place where head staff lives in the summer.

18) The Home Place

The Wilsons reside year-round at the Home Place, conveniently located right above Boys’ Camp! With plenty of extra space, many small group gatherings for campers and staff are found here.