Directions to Camp Alleghany
Alleghany’s Parent Visitation Policy
Camp Alleghany doesn’t host a Parent Visitation Day during camp. We welcome you for Opening and Closing Days to see our facilities, meet staff, and see your camper’s tent and tentmates.
Inclement Weather and the River
If there is thunder or lightening at the time of your arrival at camp, we are not permitted to bring you across the river until it has subsided. This is an American Camp Association regulation that we are required to enforce for your safety.
Alleghany’s Alumni Visitation Policy
All loyal and well-intentioned alums are welcome to visit Alleghany. Please contact us before visiting. Alumnae wishing to visit current Alleghany staff members may do so during those staff members’ scheduled time off ONLY.
Alumnae wishing to attend the Junior Counselor Initiation held during 1st Term must be relatives of a current JC and must contact the directors ahead of time to request to come in to camp.
Alumnae wishing to visit during Family Camp must contact the directors before coming. Family Camp visitors may come into camp at 10am, 12pm, 3pm, or 5pm. We request that you do not stay for meals, as the food is prepared only for the number of paying guests in camp.
Alumnae (and all visitors) under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent. We are not able to accommodate overnight visitors. Should you have any questions regarding our policy, please contact the camp office at 304.645.1316 or e-mail us.
We are so lucky to have the wonderful town of Lewisburg, West Virginia right across the river from Camp Alleghany. Once you’ve visited Lewisburg, there’s no wondering why it was named the 2011 recipient of the Coolest Small Town in America by Budget Travel magazine.
Whether you’re walking the bustling downtown, or enjoying a bite in one of the many delicious restaurants, you’re bound to enjoy the vibrant spirit that this quaint little town offers. From the history and surrounding natural beauty to the visual and performing art galleries and venues, the area is pleasing to all with its rich environment and culture.
Lewisburg was recently awarded the following two titles to add to its list of designations:
- WV Living magazine’s “Best Small Town” for the southern region, Fall 2013
- Travel + Leisure magazine’s “America’s Favorite Towns” (1 of 20 towns), 2013
More Info: Greenbrier County Convention and Visitors Bureau
We invite you to visit lovely downtown Lewisburg, West Virginia with its many unique shops, excellent dining, galleries, and historic attractions.
Camp Alleghany is also approximately 8 miles from the Greenbrier Resort.