What is Marietta Campmeeting?
For nearly 200 years, fellow Christians have come together, on this sacred ground, to share their experiences with God. Campmeeting is a non-denominational revival where
everyone is invited to join in the glorious celebration of our Lord.
The first gathering was held in 1837 under a brush arbor with pine fires providing light at night. The next year the present oak open-sided tabernacle was built, but it is still called the "arbor" even today. There are now two services daily, with three on Sunday. Twenty-three cabins form a half circle around the arbor. The cabins, or "tents" as most people call them, range from small buildings with sawdust floors and no bathrooms, to numerous bedroom, two-bathroom cabins. Marietta Campground cordially invites all people, friends and loved ones, interested in experiencing an "old-fashioned" spiritual renewal in gospel and song to be with us for as many services as possible. There will be a bible school program for children each morning Monday through Friday.
Please take a moment to learn about Campmeeting through its History, meet the families of the Tent Holders, and make plans to attend by viewing this years Schedule. Need Directions? We have a map that will take you right to the Campgrounds. And as always, if you have any questions, comments or concerns please contact us.