Thank you for Prayer & Participation in Winter Retreat


Seeking Christ Together, Youth & Families were encouraged.

Over 10 churches participated; 50 people involved;

The Word was alive; The Worship a blessing;

Outreach to Worcester touched lives;

Parent Session was beneficial;

Prayer Time was essential;

Ice skating, Activities,...

Sweet Fellowship


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   Upcoming:  Possible Spring '23 Youth/Family Retreat

Bring your Bible and a Scripture or Hymn-lyric that impacts you

  Click The Sub-Page On The Left As Details Develop


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Friday, July 21st    thru  Sunday the 30th


CampMeeting 2023


All are WELCOME !

No registration except for accommodations

Cabins, Tent-sites, more Camper/RV sites


or Drive-in daily - no charge - Bring your friends

Affordable Breakfast, Lunch, Supper, ... available


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


Please contact us at

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 & 1/2 hour before services


Campmeeting Crafters 1-3pm daily

Parent Quiet-Hour available 3-4pm daily

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


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

Note: Recreational activities closed 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



Email for accommodations

(scroll down to see our retreat rental rates)

During campmeeting: dorm bunk $5/night; dorm room $12*

RV sites $15* (10 nights $120*) no dumping

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

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

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

Tent site $10 (all 9 nights $75).   



Visit:  Douglas Camp Meeting   on Facebook

 Email to request a 4 page PDF of our 2021 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. 


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


2022 CampMeeting:


Rev. David Dorn returned to Douglas Campmeeting in 2022.


Biblical, from the heart, preaching for the whole family!



Larry & Tamla Leckrone led rich daily Bible studies, led the Sunday AM services, and more.

They challenged each of us to renewal and full-salvation with the Theme: “Tuned In” and “In-Tune” highlighting the impact of Biblically finding our Identity in Christ that, in turn, overflows to those around us.

We will be updating this site daily during Campmeeting:



7:30am Prayer at Pavilion

Evening Prayer 1/2 hour prior to services at Dininghall Porch

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.


Wednesday Youth Day & CONCERT after 7pm Youth Service!


Sundays 12:45 Child Evangelism Fellowship ministry in our park



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

2022: 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 29, 2023 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 21st to July 30th, 2023 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 148th Annual Douglas Camp Meeting,

July 24th - 30th, 2023

we are also scheduling group rental use of our facilities and camping area (scroll down for rates).

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


Sunday Services 10:30am & 6pm (Hymn-Service 10am) 

Bible Studies Daily 10:00am 

Evening Services 7:00 PM (Saturdays/Sun. 6:00pm) 

Prayer 7:30am  and  30 minutes prior to evening services



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.


DIRECTIONS  To Douglas Camp:

   25 South Street, Douglas, MA

Parking: 26 South West Main St. Douglas, MA

From Rte 146:
Take exit 3 (Rte 16). Head west.
Follow through East Douglas to Douglas center. After blinking yellow light turn left onto South St./Rte 96. Douglas Camp Meeting is 0.5 mi on right.


The 26 South West Main St. gated entrance has plenty of parking, easy access to the bathhouse, and is a rather short walk to the tabernacle.


18 miles south of Worcester, Douglas Camp-Meeting abuts the 5,525 acre Douglas State Forest (hiking, biking, swimming, enjoying God's creation, ...)




Douglas Camp is an


Christ-centered Camp-Meeting.


Everyone who desires more of The Lord is welcome!

Contracted Rental Group Rates as of Jan.2023

Tabernacle       $100/day


Dining-Hall   $250*-$300/day ($150*-$200/half day)

 Inquire for rates for more than 3 consecutive days


Kitchen           $40/meal ($100 max/day)

   if no indoor cooking $20/meal ($40 max/day)


DH exterior bathrooms $25 each/day; $40/both

     (no charge when dining-hall is rented)


Bath-house       $100*-$150/day

    * lower price is for groups of 80 or less  


Cabins           $20/night;  $135 for all of CampMtg**

Dorms            $60/night; bedrooms $12/night**

Tent sites       $10/night;  $75 for all of CampMtg

RV sites         $15/night;  $120 for all of CampMtg**

    (no waste-water nor septic dumping provisions)

**Add $5/day-night for any A/C or Heat electricity usage

note: Linens are not provided with accommodations


Grounds Usage Fee $80/day; $50/part-day

(no cost if other facilities are rented for at least these amounts)




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