Camp Alleghany, One of the Oldest Summer Camps in the Virginia’s, Celebrates A Century of Nurturing Girls

This article is modified, with permission, from its original publication in the 2023 Journal of the
Greenbrier Historical Society, a non-profit whose mission is to share the diverse history and
culture of the Greenbrier Valley. The 2023 issue also includes two articles on Camp Alleghany’s
neighbor Camp Sha-Mi-Del-Ica. The 2023 issue can be purchased from the society’s North
House Museum (814 Washington Street West, Lewisburg, WV 24901), by calling (304) 645-
3398, or by joining the Greenbrier Historical Society. Membership includes a hard copy of the
Journal when published and access to archived copies of the previous Journals and other
records, free tours of the North House Museum, assistance in accessing our extensive archival
collection, and other benefits. Membership is just $40 individual, $20 student, or $50 household
annually (see The Greenbrier
Historical Society invites the extended Camp Alleghany family to visit the North House Museum.
The Society appreciates Camp Alleghany’s contributions to our rich history and wishes you
another 100 years!