Located in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley, Camp Up with People takes place in our own dedicated camp ground, called Horizons at Valley Pike.  Located just 3.5 miles from Harrisonburg, VA. Valley Pike offers a dorm-like facility, with four beds per room, which adjoin a bathroom that is shared by another 4-bed room. In addition to a swimming pool, Valley Pike also offers a building for performing arts rehearsals, a lodge, and outdoor recreational areas and equipment.

The website address is: http://horizonsvalleypike.com

Click Here for directions, or follow the instructions below:

The street address is:

                                                Horizons at Valley Pike

                                                297 Cornerstone Lane

                                                Harrisonburg, VA  22802

Take I-81 to exit 251 for US-11 toward Harrisonburg

Turn left at US-11/N Valley Pike 0.3 miles

Turn left at Cornerstone Lane 0.3 miles

If coming from downtown Harrisonburg Court Square:

Head North on US-11 (North Main Street)

Continue to follow US-11 3.5 miles

Turn right at Cornerstone Lane 0.3 miles

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Mountain Valley: Accommodations for visitors who drop off their camper, or parents and family who want to see the shows at the end of camp,  you may want to stay at one of our retreat centers, located at our sister Camp, Camp Horizons. Information and directions can be found at:  http://mountainvalleyva.com/

Camp Horizons: Approximately 9 miles from Valley Pike is our sister camp, Camp Horizons, where many of our “camp like” activities will take place. Camp Horizons is nestled on 300 acres along the Massanutten Mountain. Camp is comprised of activity buildings, a nature lodge, a 25-meter lap and dive pool, Lake Philippa, two tennis courts, a basketball court, a sand volleyball court, a roller hockey rink, an archery range, the Swap Shop (camp store), Dew Drop Inn and Lazy Daze Landing (camper hangouts), an outdoor theater, climbing wall, two high ropes courses, various low ropes course elements, riding rings and wooded trails on the mountain that overlooks camp. We will travel over to Camp Horizons 3 or 4 times per week, including being a part of their Talent Shows every Thursday evening. Following is a map to Camp Horizons, and information and directions can be found at: http://www.camphorizonsva.com

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