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A Day At Psalms Camp

Our guests awake to the smell of bacon sizzling on the grill, eggs, grits, homemade biscuits, coffee and juice.  (Breakfast is usually served at 8:00 in the morning)

​After breakfast, you might take a leisurely stroll to the beautiful log Chapel for early morning services.  The carpeted floors and padded pews, accented by lovely stained glass windows, offer a perfect setting for worship.

​Later you may wish to visit the Snack Shack for a cold drink, candy, popcorn or chips.  Perhaps there will be time for a visit to the Gift Shop.

​There's nostalgia as you stroll down the Nature Trail.  Meandering beneath towering pines, lush cedar, wild cherry, dogwood and other flowering plants, these foot paths end on a quiet wind swept hill.

​A special hush comes, with the trickle of gentle flowing water from the fountain in "Beulah Land".  Perhaps you might wish to spend a few moments alone with God in the Gethsemane Prayer Cottage.

​Time races and you wonder at the nice aroma the permeates the air.  It smells like Country Fried Chicken, or maybe even Steak and Gravy.   The lunch bell sounds.  The noon meal is ready to be served.  You gather around the long tables at C.P. and Rachel's Galley and stuff yourself lazy.  After this you enjoy a great time of recreation.  How about a dip in the swimming pool or a fishing expedition in Psalms Lake?

​As evening closes in, you enjoy another generous meal at Psalms Camp (Psalms Camp is known for their great food!)

​Next is "Fun Time" with lots of skits, singing and special guests.  And just when you think it can't get any better...there's more!  Some of the finest preaching around goes on at Psalms Camp.

​After a break for one last cold drink and snack, you may join the others under the stars for a quiet time before going off for a good night's rest.

​"Hmmmmm....can't wait for tomorrow to come."

​Come to the piney woods of South Central Arkansas and discover what may be the ideal Bible and Music Encampment...the perfect retreat.

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