The Camp is located on a beautiful grove known as Quaker Hill. George Sebring was the owner of the grove and Evangelist Dick Albright, the first mayor of Sebring. George Sebring gave the grove of 19 acres to create the camp. The first camp was held under a canvas tent July 1905 with 85 seekers. The following year saw 250. By its 45th year, it had two tabernacles, 27 cottages, three dormitories, and a dining hall.
Today, Sebring Camp strives to maintain the best values of the holiness camp meeting, while also seeking to relate to the needs of our day. 2020 marks the 116th encampment.
Sebring Camp is a family camp with services, activities, and fellowship for all ages. The camp is located at 895 McKinley Ave in Sebring, Ohio.
Housing, meals, book store, rooms, tent space, and motor home/RV spaces with full hook-ups are available. Please use the contact form for rates and reservations.
A cafeteria and snack bar are available throughout the day at reasonable prices.
The Ladies Auxiliary sponsors a book store with proceeds benefiting various camp projects.
|7:00 am||Rising Bell|
|7:15 am||Morning Prayer|
|9:00 am||Youth Choir Rehearsal|
|9:30 am||Youth Meeting|
|Adult Bible Study|
|10:45 am||Adult Service|
|Pre-school and Children’s Meetings|
|1:15 pm||3 minute Prayer Bell|
|1:15 pm||Youth Activities|
|2:00 pm||Children’s Meetings|
|6:30 pm||Special Events|
|7:00 pm||Adult Service|
|Nursery, Pre-School, Children’s Meetings|
|10:30 pm||Quiet Bell|
|11:00 pm||Lights Out|
From the Canton area:
Take Route 62, approximately 4 miles east of Alliance, turn left at Perkins Family Restaurant, go 1 mile, the camp is on the left.
From the Pittsburgh area:
Go east on route 60, turn left on 51 toward Salem, Ohio. At Salem, take route 62 west to Perkins Family Restaurant in Sebring. Turn right, go 1 mile, the camp is on the left.
From the Cleveland area:
Take Route 14 to Deerfield. At Deerfield take 14 towards Salem 2.1 miles. Turn right on Johnson Road. Go approximately 5 miles to the camp on the right.