To Reserve Accommodations for
July 19-28, 2024 CampMeeting
In addition to Cabins, Tent sites and Full-utility RV/camper sites,
this year there are 2 two-bedroom cottages available with new electrical.
 Spring 2024 photo courtesy of Doug Bowden

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Douglas  CampMeeting  2024


Friday, July 19th 


Sunday, July 28th


All are WELCOME !

No registration except for accommodations

Cabins, Tent-sites, Cottages, more Camper/RV sites


Drive-in daily - no charge - Bring your friends


Affordable Breakfast, Lunch, Supper, ... available

Full Meal Pass (26 meals) $100

Ages 10 and under (26 meals) $50


George Holley
George Holley

 In 2002, after much prayer, George felt led of the Lord to be a full-time evangelist.  "With only one meeting scheduled and no savings in the bank, we stepped out in obedience by faith.  God began to open doors and to provide in ways that we could have never imagined.  To this date, we have never had to call and ask for a meeting.  The rest of the story has been a tremendous journey of seeing what faith in God can do.  

We firmly believe, faith is not a leap in the dark, but a stepping in the light."

George shares the good news that Jesus Christ offers forgiveness, cleansing, and hope, along with the Biblical message of heart holiness to a contemporary society.



For almost a century and a half, these grounds have been set aside for seeking first Christ and His kingdom.


We Gather Together

Daily at 10AM


M-Fri Evenings 7pm

Weekends 6pm


Please contact us at

Or Text (860)836-0343


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First Sat & Sunday Worship 2024


Saturday, July 20, 2024


and both Sunday Services will feature 

The Foresters from Nashville

The Forester Family


   The Foresters are a family band in full time Gospel Music Ministry traveling all across the United States and Canada, holding more than 130 concerts each year.
   They play a large variety of instruments and consist of:  Mark (vocals, piano and guitars), Andrea (lead vocals), Tyler (drums and guitar), and Trevor (vocals and bass guitar).

   You can hear the Foresters on gospel music radio stations everywhere as well as on XM Radio. The Foresters were nominated top 10 band of the year by the readers of the Singing News Magazine.  They have released 41 recordings in 23 years. The newest is a project called "All Our Worship."
   The primary goal of their ministry is to see souls come to know Jesus Christ as their personal savior and to be integrated into a local church.

Join us at Campmeeting ...bring your Bible and an open heart

Ministry of The Word and Worship throughout the encampment.


Weekday Evening Services: 7PM  (music begins 6:45) 

Weekend Evening Services: 6PM  (Sat. & Sunday) 

Sundays: 10:30 Service  preceded by 10AM Hymn-Sing


10AM Daily Bible Studies

for Adults and Youth


Prayer Meetings 7:30am &  45 minutes before services


Campmeeting Crafters 1-3pm daily

Parent Quiet-Hour available 3-4pm daily (sign-up)

Family Activities every afternoon


Join us in our Dining Hall after every service

Fellowship and purchase Refreshments after all evening services

Daily Continental Breakfast 8:00-9:00am

Lunch Noon-12:45     Sundays Pot-Blessing 12:15


 Parents, please make sure that your children are with you and safe at all times.

Note: Recreational activities close 10 minutes prior to all services & studies.

Please limit public use of cellphones and we strongly urge no use by youth.

Please Read "On-Site Essentials" on Accommodations page.


Bookstore is open 1/2 hour before & after services

Rest-rooms behind Dininghall are open 24/7 during campmeeting



July CampMeeting accommodations:

Email  Or Text (860)840-6564


1 room Cabins $20*/night ($135* for 9 nights)

(with A/C electricity usage fee $180)


dorm bunk $7/night (if avail); dorm room $12*


Basic RV sites $15* (10 nights $120 no A/C*) 

(with A/C electricity usage fee $165)


 (*add $5/day Electricity Usage if bringing A/C)


Tent site $10 (all 9 nights $75)

three-person tents available for borrowing 


Full-Utility RV sites 30amp $30 (10 nights $240)

50amp $35 (10 nights $285)


Upon arrival Check-in at Welcome Center across from DiningHall 

For Hostess Patty, text (860)840-6564


We gather together daily at

10am in DiningHall  and for Evening Services


 Visit CampMtg Accommodations page for more info

(visit RETREAT RENTALS page for other dates)



Visit:  Douglas Camp Meeting   on Facebook

 Email to request a 4 page PDF of our 2021 Pictorial

or the 2 page PDF of our 2023 Pictorial


We welcome individuals or groups to serve with us in keeping up our grounds and properties.

Upcoming Workdays:

Various Saturdays 9am - preceded by prayer walk 8:30am

or schedule to serve at your own convenience Text(860)836-0343



Consider Adopting-A-Cabin to care for ... all have electrical thoroughly updated!


We will be updating this site daily during Campmeeting:



7:30am Prayer at Pavilion

Evening Prayer 45 minutes prior to services at Dininghall Porch Or TBD

Sundays 2pm Testimony & Praise Gathering!



 Family & Youth Activities 


8:45AM - 9:45AM Monday thru Saturday Family Hour

Flag-Raising, then Family Devotions, then Family Activities/Projects


and Afternoons:  

family bike hikes, swimming, service projects, crafts, volleyball,

yard games, geo-caching, gaga ball, scavenger hunt,

water games, outings to Fairwoods & Douglas Water Slides

plus Evening Afterglows, Christian movies, Variety Show, etc.


Monday (July 22nd) Youth Day

Tuesday (July 23rd) Family Day

Wednesday (July 24th) Family Beach Outing

Both Friday Afternoons Family Bike Hikes



"Campmeeting Crafters"  1pm-3pm Daily (all ages)

Previously: Gospel bracelets;  Card-Making;  Pot-holder Quilting;  Canvas painting;  Painting Wooden Figures,...

Also coming,150th Anniversary quilt and tableware ...


You are welcome to come and bring others!

Annual Mtg 8am Sat.July 28, 2024 and new DCMA members received

Where peace flows.
Where peace flows.
 Leave  your  worries  at  the  Bridge
Leave your worries at the Bridge


Mark your calendars for July 19st to July 28th, 2024 and come to Douglas Camp to visit us for another holy week of seeking and spending time with the Lord's Spirit.





To learn of our rich history you may read the

Illustrated History of the Douglas Camp Meeting at:


Or purchase a copy

at our Campmeeting Bookstore







In addition to our 149th Annual Douglas Camp Meeting,

July 19th - 28th, 2024

we are also scheduling group rental use of our facilities and camping area (see Retreat Rentals page).

Church Retreats and other Christian events will enjoy the serenity of time with God and fellowship with others

Annual Campmeeting begins the 3rd Friday of every July

 To receive a digital copy of our brochure please email


If you wish to make a love gift please send it to:

DCMA  P.O.Box 503  Douglas, MA 01516 

(or via Venmo "DCMA1875")

so that we can continue our work on these Holy Grounds.

Thank you for faithfulness and for helping us fulfill God's mission.


Douglas Camp is an


Christ-centered Camp-Meeting.


Everyone who desires more of The Lord is welcome!

DCMA Grounds Purpose & Usage Summary

- The purpose for those who stay at Douglas Camp Meeting grounds is for spiritual growth and outreach as well as to care for the properties/ministry.

- Parents must make sure their children are supervised and safe at all times.  

- Calm pet(s) may be allowed by permission.

- Worldly activities, music, media, behavior, apparel are not permitted on DCM grounds – including smoking, alcohol/drugs, profanity. Unrelated couples are not permitted to reside together at DCM.  Sabbath is honored as a gift from God.       

- Individuals who use any authorized bathroom facilities are responsible for custodial care of their usage. Please notify us if supplies are short or repairs needed.

- Those who stay at DCM are responsible to remove their own rubbish from the camp.  Also, snow plowing is not provided.

- Use of DCM kitchen is not permitted unless a rental agreement is entered into and a copy of their cook’s ServSafe certificate is submitted to DCMA.

- Application/contract and Pastoral recommendation are required for any that stay at DCM (unanimous approval of the DCMA Executive Board required), other than during Annual Camp-meeting, as mature Christian character is essential. 

- Our Founders stated, “… these grounds are to be held forever for holiness”. Not only do we treat DCMA grounds as sacred, but consideration of others seeking-first Christ is appreciated.


Douglas Camp Meeting Association

P.O.Box 503    25 South St. Douglas, MA 01516