• Fall 2021 Retreats

    Dear camper families, We are excited to share our Fall 2021 camp-sponsored retreats with you. Registration is now available on our camp websites for the following retreats: Camp Willow Springs Father Son retreat for sons in grades 1-6 – September 24-26, 2021 Camp Willow Springs Mother Daughter retreat for daughters in grades 1-6 – October 8-10, 2021 Camp Willow Run Mother Daughter retreat for daughters in grades 6-12 – October 1-3, 2021 Also, please see the brochure below for more information on our 2021 CWR Fall Super High retreats for church youth groups. These retreat weekends are November 5-7 and November 12-14. We have enjoyed a wonderful, safe summer of…

  • December Update

    A Word from our Executive Director A painted ceramic tile made by our son, Thad, when he was in the 3rd grade has become the centerpiece of the fall decorations in our home. Thad is now 14 years old and in the 8th grade, but his tile (pictured) is a timeless treasure to us. Thad painted this fall scene and listed that he was thankful for God, Jesus, CWS, CWR, family, sports, and even Batman! What a sincere and simple reminder of giving thanks.   At CWS and CWR, we are thankful for summer campers and retreat guests. We are grateful for opportunities to share the Gospel and serve others.…

  • 2021 YCFC Retreat Calendar

    Check out the 2021 Youth Camps For Christ | Camp Willow Springs & Camp Willow Run retreats! You can find more information on the corresponding retreat page: CWS Mother & Daughter Retreats CWS Father & Son Retreat CWS Children’s Retreat CWR Mother & Daughter Retreat CWR Father & Son Retreat CWR Youth Super High Retreats

  • May 2020 Mother/Daughter Retreats Canceled

    The Mother/Daughter Retreats for May 2020 have been canceled as a result of the COVID-19 situation and the recent stay at home orders from the Governors of NC & VA. We will greatly miss having each of you here! The fees for this retreat will be fully refunded and we will begin processing the refunds on Monday, April 6. Thank you for your support of this ministry. We pray for safety and good health for you and your family during this time. Robbie Harris Executive Director

  • Meet our Mother/Daughter Retreat Speakers

    Registration information and more details on the retreats can be found on the Mother/Daughter Retreat page   Anna Hopper will be leading the May 1-3 Retreat weekend     Anna has been a part of Camp Willow Run and Camp Willow Springs for 10 summers by her husband preaching or their oldest daughter a camper!  Anna and her husband Andrew moved to Greensboro, NC 8 years ago to plant Mercy Hill Church. By God’s grace the church has seen incredible growth. They have been married for almost 15 years and they have 4 kids; HattieJo, A.P., Benaiah, and Faith Ann. Anna enjoys cooking, running, cross-fitting, being outside, and eating dessert. Anna…

  • Father/Son (grades 1-6) Retreat!

    Do not miss the upcoming Father/Son Retreat for fathers and sons in grades 1-6. You can find more information and register here! Camp Willow Run has a Mother/Daughter Legacy Retreat! This retreat is for moms and daughters in grades 6-12+. You can find more information and register here!  

  • Register for the Father/Son Retreat!

    REGISTER HERE Registration is now open for the 5th Annual Camp Willow Springs Father/Son Retreat on September 27-29, 2019!  This retreat is for dads and sons in grades 1-6.  The cost of the retreat is $230 for father and one son.  Each additional son is $110.  The weekend includes times of family worship, delicious meals, the Father/Son Olympics, and fun recreation including the red shark, jumping pillow, octoball, swimming pool, archery, canoeing, and much more!  Please contact our office at 252.586.0728 or info@campwillowsprings.org for more information.  

  • Meet our Mother/Daughter Retreat Speaker

    Heather Metzger Ablondi had big dreams for her life and she has the rhinestone encrusted evening gowns to prove it. Believing she was destined to wear the Miss America crown, she devoted her life to chasing the dream of “a million girls who are more than pretty.” When that dream came crashing down, her faith was put to the test. She knew God had the power to make her dream come true, but He chose not to do so. Could she continue to trust Him with the rest of her life? Using the lessons she learned during her seven years of competition, Heather now encourages women and their daughters to…