Salem's campus is covered with beautiful old trees and the tents (cabins) are positioned in a semi circle around the 150 plus year old Tabernacle.
Camper hook ups and bath houses are to the left of the campus.
Morning Watch starts at 7:30 am, followed by classes at 9:30 am - many of the classes are held in the Salem United Methodist Church - and church at 11am. The afternoons are filled with an abundance of children's activities. The afternoon soft ball game has become an anticipated tradition for children and adults! The playground is available to children 12 and under as long as there is no church service going on. The playground, porches and Salem campus remain reverent during church hours.
Tenters are awakened to the trumpeting of Reveille and retire with Taps. They are summoned to services and activities by Salem's bell.
Salem Camp Meeting welcomes everyone. Participants come from all walks and geographical locations to take part in the offerings at Salem. Join Us!
The tabernacle at Salem is on the National Historical Building Survey of the Library of Congress as one of the nation's historic building. The entire campground is on the National Historic Register.