Rooms and RV Hookups Available!

For reservations please contact:

Sharen Young (724) 480 6295 – or – Beth Miller (330) 209 4823 We have rooms available, some cottages, and ample RV hook ups. If you have any questions call Camp President Roger Hatfield @ 740 503-9241


All guests should register at the Office upon arrival. If you need a room or have a reservation someone there can assist you. Those with RV’s, please check with the Office before parking. We will do our best to accommodate your wishes as to placement. Those renting rooms and cabins need to bring linens and all bedding supplies.In these uncertain days we are in, and our inability to contact everyone in the event of an unforeseen change, please check with the camp to make sure before you come.

Missions Day

Tuesday July 26th Latin American Missions will represent that work in the morning and afternoon services. The afternoon is a challenge to the Youth.

About Us

Clinton Camp was started in 1924 as an evangelistic outreach from a small mission in Pittsburgh, PA. We have grown from that initial tent meeting to become an inter-denominational camp for people around the country to deepen their relationship with God through worship and fellowship. Our mission of spreading Scriptural Holiness and a desire for real revival is the bedrock on which we still stand today.


55 Campmeeting Road, Clinton, PA
From the west: SR 22E to Imperial; 30E to Clinton; Campmeeting Road on your right after the light. Camp on your left.
From the east: I386 to Clinton Exit Turn left off ramp follow to SR 30. Right on SR30 go to Campmeeting Road turn right. Camp on your left.

Board Members

Daily Schedule, Rules & Notices

7:00 –  Rising Bell
8:00 – Breakfast
9:00 – Prayer Time
10:30 – Children’s Meeting
10:30 – Preaching
12:00 – Lunch
2:15 – Youth Service
2:15 – Children’s Meeting
4:30 – Supper
7:00 – Ring Meeting
7:30 – Preaching
10:30 – Prayer Time
11:00 – Curfew

Camp Rules

  • All campers are expected to attend services and all children are expected to be in the services and supervised between services.
  • No tobacco use or alcoholic beverages permitted at anytime.
  • No dogs, televisions, vulgar or obscene language, or immodest attire.
  • Campers are expected to dress as Holiness people and behave in a sanctified manner in our conversation and attitudes.
  • Curfew is 11pm and everyone who is not in a late prayer meeting or performing camp duties should be in their rooms and quiet.

To send a pledge or offering, please make it out to Clinton Camp or Tri-State Holiness Association.
Mail it to: Tim Duvall II 283 Smartnick Rd, Greensburg, PA 15601
(We also can take credit cards during camp- see Tim Duvall II)

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Contact Us

Feel free to contact us anytime. Please allow up to 48 hours for a response

    “Follow peace with all men and holiness without which no man shall see the Lord” – Hebrews 12:14