Our mission is ‘New Hope Camp and Conference Center, Inc. provides a unique natural setting, a place apart for persons of all ages and faiths to grow in their relationship with God, themselves, and others in an environment of Christian hospitality.
New Hope Camp & Conference Center, Inc. offers a protected setting located on NC Highway 86 in the heart of the Triangle Area. The Camp is nestled among 165 acres of rolling hardwood forest between Chapel Hill and Hillsborough. The Retreat and Conference Center has a freshwater lake, basketball and volleyball courts, nature trails, playground, as well as a Olympic sized swimming pool. Our many buildings at camp are available for rent and we offer facilities for day and overnight.
At New Hope Camp & Conference Center we offer a wide variety of enriching experiences for children of all ages in a clean and safe environment. We offer after school care, intersession camps, and summer camps.
During the summer season we offer monthly pool passes.
Who We Are
All of the staff that keep camp running smoothly are here with one common purpose, to maintain and create a safe setting for all individuals of all ages and faiths to feel part of the New Hope Camp and Conference Center family. We are truly blessed to serve the community.
Afterschool and Intersession
Guest Services Support
Summer Camp Program Director
In July of 1946, the committee on Religious Education of the Orange Presbytery began seeking land that the Presbytery could use for conferences and youth camps. Land was donated and purchased by the Kirkland, Tapp, and Craig families of the New Hope area and New Hope Presbyterian Church. By 1950 Camp New Hope was up and running with Pioneer Camps, ministers’ retreats and family camping. Over the years, as Presbytery lines changed, Camp New Hope’s ownership was shifted to Salem and New Hope Presbyteries. In March of 2003, New Hope Presbytery opted to sell Camp New Hope to New Hope Presbyterian Church located adjacent to the camp. The name was changed to New Hope Camp and Conference Center, Inc. to better describe our activities. New Hope Presbyterian Church now owns New Hope CCC and leases the camp to a board of directors made up of representatives of six area Presbyterian churches.
New Hope Camp and Conference Center is nestled in 165 acres of rolling hardwood forests. We have a trail system on which many kinds of wildlife can be found. Take a trail walk to one of our two ponds and you are sure to get a first hand look at our wildlife. Tadpoles and frogs are just the beginning. We have many unusual plants and trees as well as many deer to catch your eye. New Hope CCC is home to deer, snakes, beavers, rabbits, birds, and many other North Carolina inhabitants.