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Camp Timberlake for Boys, located in Black Mountain, strives not only to provide a summer of fun recreation but, to develop a camper's character so that they will be stronger spiritually, mentally and physically.

Their goal is to be the best summer camp possible by loving children in a Christian environment while pursuing excellence in all things.

Location: 1123 Montreat Rd, Black Mountain North Carolina 28711 Telephone 828-669-8766

Other RV campgrounds and dealers nearby:
(Asheville) Asheville's Bear Creek RV Park and Campground
(Marion) Buck Creek Campground
(Plumtree) Buck Hill Campground
(Black Mountain) Camp Timberlake for Boys
(Lake Toxaway) Camp Winding Gap
(Asheville) Campfire Lodgings

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