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Blueberry
Mountain
Bible Camp

Do you enjoy being outdoors, being a part of the the view, and learning from God’s Word? 

Then join us at Blueberry Mountain, we can’t wait to see you!

The focus of our camp programs is to explore God’s creation on top of the mountain!

Whether you want to join us for a week of camp, or visit the lodge with your own group,

you’ll find nothing but fun, adventure, and spiritual growth here at Blueberry Mountain.

 
 

We have carefully and prayerfully made the decision to cancel our summer camping ministry. Even though this was a hard decision, we feel it was the correct one to keep our kids and staff safe as well as maintain the integrity of our program.

If you have already sent in a deposit to register for camp we will be refunding your registration money as soon as we are able.

1960
The 300 acres where the camp stands today was donated to the Bible Club Movement (BCM) by a Christian couple, Qureken and Jo Diradourian, to be used for learning about God through His creation.
1968
BCM missionaries and volunteers began the development of the land, including clearing roads, installing electricity and creating a foundation for the main lodge.
1985
The facility continued development and was dedicated as Blueberry Mountain Bible Camp and Conference Center in July of 1985.
1998
BCM sold the camp and it became an independent, board-owned and operated non-profit tax-exempt Christian camp.
2011
Blueberry Mountain Bible Camp became a branch of Child Evangelism Fellowship of Maine, Inc.
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Stories from CEF

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  • I really love the way they conduct the ministry here. The way they present the Gospel to the kids. It’s done in a really loving way.
    Valerie Foss
    Volunteer
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  • We only have 4 weeks of camp but I think that promotes more of a family atmosphere. With a limited number of weeks, you see the same people summer after summer and that leads to lifelong friendships.
    Eliza Bean
    Program Director at Blueberry Mountain
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  • We had a pastor and we were talking about the fruits of the spirit and how they really related to the parts of a tractor. It really helped me understand what the fruits of the spirit are.
    Graycee & Mary
    Campers
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