A Place for Education and Fun!
This is a great place where environmental ministries encourage social development, stewardship awareness and lifelong Christian discipleship; in a fun, safe and caring Christian community.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need to Be a Member of Community of Christ?
No, you're not required to have any religious affiliation to participate at Glenn Wood Hills. Whereas, it is our mission to provide a Christian atmosphere and Community, All are welcome here!
Glenn Wood Hills Camp & Retreat Center does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations.
What facilities does the campground have?
More information can be found under facilities
How far out can we make a reservation
We recommend a minimum of 1 month notice for groups, although, we may be able to accommodate groups sooner. As we reserve the camp for individuals and groups, you can work with our coordinator to best make a reservation for your event.
IS ALCOHOL ALLOWED AT GLENN WOOD HILLS?
READ THE OFFICIAL POLICY
IS SMOKING ALLOWED AT GLENN WOOD HILLS?
We ask that all guests be free from the use of alcohol, tobacco, and illegal drugs while at Glenn Wood Hills Camp & Retreat Center.
By special arrangement, smoking may be permitted outside of buildings in designated areas only.
IS GLENN WOOD HILLS HANDICAP ACCESSIBLE?
All facilities are fully handicap accessible.
Keep in mind, though that Glenn Wood Hills is an outdoor campground with undulating terrain and uneven surfaces. Whereas the buildings and facilities are handicap accessible, special provisions, such as golf carts, may be needed for travel in outdoor areas.
Glenn Wood Hills is available for weekly, weekend or single day events.
Rates are reasonable and a deposit is required.
Preparing for Camp
If Possible, Avoid the Following:
Special precautions should be taken if you plan to bring:
Community of Christ, Glenn Wood Hills Camp & Retreat Center, and the Kentucky Indiana Mission Center are not responsible for lost, damaged, stolen, or missing items.
This list is put together as a suggestion, but we make no claim as to the real-world representation of this list. As you know your personal needs, it's suggested you pack according to your own ability and based upon prior experience.