June 22 – June 26
Ridgecrest Conference Center is a 1,300-acre Christian conference center located in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains in western North Carolina. Since its founding more than 100 years ago, Ridgecrest has welcomed over one million guests including thousands who have participated in FUGE Camps since 1979. Ridgecrest offers both MFuge and Centrifuge.
Students and adults can take a hike on the many hiking trails on the RIdgecrest campus, enjoy ice cream and snacks from the Nibble Nook, have a cup of coffee or a snack from Clouds, or relax in a rocking chair on Rocking Chair Ridge. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the Ridgecrest campus. Housing is bunk style (some up to 12 per room) and standard hotel style. Linens are not provided. Ridgecrest housing staff will notify you of your specific housing assignment and how many per room before you arrive at camp, sometime in the later spring. Please be aware that your group is personally responsible for damages to any facilities including but not limited to the housing room(s) your group occupies. Ridgecrest offers laser tag, high ropes course and miniature golf hang time options for all participants. If you want your group to participate in laser tag or ropes course during afternoon hang time, email Scott Darnell at firstname.lastname@example.org To participate in miniature golf during hang time, there is no need to sign up. You can check out equipment at the rec shack on rec hill during hang time. If you have questions or difficulties getting your group signed up, contact Scott Darnell with Ridgecrest at scott.darnell@ridgecrestNC.com. Kayaking is also available by FUGE Camps during hang time on the lake on a first come, first serve basis. Students are allowed 30-minute time slots on the kayaks, as available. No costs are associated with any of these hang time/recreation options. *Information listed above is subject to change without notice.
Adventure Rec, Basketball, Battleball, Crafts, Creative Journaling, Creative Movement, Creative Painting, Defending Your Faith, Disc Golf, Drama, Flag Football, For Girls Only, Games Track, Growing Your Faith, Guitar, Hiking, Kayaking, Kickball, Laser Tag, Lawn Games, Leadership 101, Life After High School, Mini Golf, Misc Frisbee Games, Paintball, Percussion, Random Acts of Service, Sharing Your Faith, Sign Language, Soccer, Softball, Spiritual Gifts, STEM Track, The Man Track, Total Body Fitness, Ultimate Frisbee, Volleyball, Worship Leadership. Track times offered are subject to change and depend on the size of camp for the session attending.
1 Ridgecrest Drive
Black Mountain, NC 28711
Before May 1st Contact:
Camps Customer Service at 1(877)CAMP-123
After May 1st Contact:
Ridgecrest FUGE Camp Cell Phone: 615.200.7624
Ridgecrest FUGE Camp Email Address: email@example.com
Camper Mail address
Attn: FUGE Camps
PO Box 128
Ridgecrest, NC 28770
Curtis Zackery lives in Franklin, TN. He graduated from Liberty University and and continued his schooling at Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary in Mill Valley, CA. Currently, he serves as a Teaching Pastor at Church of the City. To learn more about him visit curtiszackery.com.
Although Isaac has a voice that makes music sound easy on the ears, his life hasn’t always been a lullaby. When he was six years old he lost his biggest fan when his mother passed away. Shortly after, the music he loved as a child suddenly came to an end. It was then he realized music was God’s calling for his life and he believed in sharing the legacy of his family with this new ignited passion he held inside. As a teenager, Isaac attended the International Youth Conference in Colorado and shared the stage with Christian music artist Chris Tomlin. There his steadfast love for the Lord became a full time commitment to ministry. After completing his time at Cedarville University in 2007, Isaac set out on a unsure and uncertain pursuit of music. Throughout his musical career, he has shared the stage with several international artists including Brandon Heath, Jars of Clay, Bethany Dillon, Shane & Shane, Rachel Lampa, Taylor Sorensen, and Meredith Andrews. Today Isaac Pittman leads worship for numerous conferences, youth events and camps locally and across the United States.