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Campmeeting 2024

"The faith once delivered unto the saints..."

Speakers this year include:

Brian McMahon - Evangelist

Tim Saxton - Evangelist

Mark Sandoval - Health Reformer

Chad Kreuzer - Health Reformer and Evangelist

Mark Finley - Evangelist

Camp Meeting Presenters

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An Intelligent Look Into Bible Prophecy and End Time Events

Brian McMahon, Evangelist

Tue.-Sat. 6:30 PM; Sun. 10:00 AM—Big tent

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Principles of Healthful Living

Mark Sandoval, MD

Wed.-Fri. 11:00 AM—Big tent

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Chad Kreuzer

Evangelist, YouTube Host

Wed.-Sun. 7:00 AM—Big tent

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Tim Saxton

Evangelist, Adventist World Radio

Wed.-Fri. 4:00 PM—Big tent

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Mark Finley

Evangelist

Fri. 6:30 PM; Sabbath 11:00 AM, 6:30 PM—Big tent

Camping and RVs

Tent Camping

  • Cost: tent camping is free

  • Sites: camping is permitted (and encouraged!) on-site at West Salem Mission. Sites are located along the back side of the pond, in the woods, along tree lines. There are no developed sites, just grass and woods. Tents are allowed anywhere within those specified areas. If you have a question, please ask a volunteer where you may camp.

  • Electric & Water: there are no electric or water hookups in the camping area. Potable water is available from hydrants located near the barn. Electrical outlets are available in the red barn for charging personal items.

  • Equipment: you must bring your own camping equipment, such as tent, sleeping bag, tarp, etc. The West Salem Mission does not provide camping equipment. Rains can be very heavy sometimes and we encourage you to bring a tarp.

  • Campfires: personal cookstoves are permitted, but campfires are not allowed.

  • Pets: in consideration of all our attendees, pets are not allowed on the property.

  • Bathrooms & Showers: porta-johns are on-site, along with hand-washing stations. Showers are available in a portable shower trailer.

  • We want you to be comfortable! If you have any questions, please email or call (email generally receives a quicker response). Phone 567-334-1080. Email: office@westsalemmission.org.

RV, Camper Trailer, Camper

  • Our facilities are unable to accommodate RVs, campers, and trailers. We have two sites for RVs but they are not designated for public use. We apologize for the inconvenience.

  • There are several campgrounds within 15-30 minutes of West Salem Mission which allow RVs and trailers. We recommend Hidden Acres, (419) 853-4687. 107 Township Road, West Salem, OH 44287.

Lodging

All hotels listed below are conveniently located near major retailers such as Walmart, Aldi, Taco Bell, as well as gas stations.

Quality Inn

*We have had reports that this hotel has issues with sewage and plumbing. Rooms are small.

741 US-250, Ashland, OH 44805

(419) 281-8090

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16 minutes from West Salem Mission

Super 8 Motel

736 US-250, Ashland, OH 44805

(419) 281-0567

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16 minutes from West Salem Mission

Hampton Inn & Suites

2055 East Main St, Ashland, OH 44805

(419) 903-0900

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17 minutes from West Salem Mission

Exhibitors

All attendees, exhibitors, and volunteers must register.
Please read all information below before registering.

Exhibit Application Process

To have a booth at West Salem Mission Campmeeting, you must first submit an Exhibit Application by going through the Registration process. Once your application has been processed, you will receive an email with further instructions.

West Salem Mission Exhibitor Agreement

By registering as a West Salem Mission Campmeeting exhibitor, I agree to the following:

  • I understand that solicitation of financial donations is limited to the exhibit area.

  • I agree not to engage in commercial or secular activities during Sabbath hours.

  • I will promote a positive and supportive position toward West Salem Mission and the Seventh-day Adventist Church.

  • I understand that distribution of any promotional material is limited to the exhibit area.

  • I understand that West Salem Mission's approval of our exhibitor application is not an endorsement of our product(s) or service(s).

  • I understand that West Salem Mission is not responsible for damage or loss to our exhibit or belongings.

  • I will not serve food or drink samples at campmeeting without obtaining prior approval.

  • I have read all exhibitor information, requirements, and commitments pertaining to exhibitor and registration and agree to comply.

 

Guidelines

  • Size of space: Each booth is permitted to occupy a space of 15x15. This includes the tent as well as the area around the tent. To find out where to place your booth, please contact Vernon Raber.

  • Equipment: Please bring all equipment necessary for your booth. We suggest a tent, chairs, tables, tarps (for rain), signage, etc. Tent should be anchored down. West Salem Mission does not provide a tent or any equipment for a booth. 

  • Electrical:  Your booth does not come with electricity. Because the booth exhibit is outdoors, we are unable to provide electricity.

  • Weather: Weather in August is usually warm and sunny. However, some years we have had storms come through with a major downpour lasting for several hours. We would encourage you to come prepared with a waterproof tent or tarps.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who can come?

Our campmeeting is for all ages and all walks of life. If you desire a closer relationship with God then you are invited!

How much does it cost to register?

West Salem Mission Campmeeting is free! Generous donors have agreed to cover the cost for campmeeting so that all may attend. Offerings are taken up during campmeeting to cover much of the expenses as well. Visit Registration.

Can I actually camp?

Yes! Tent camping sites are available on the back side of the pond, in the woods, and along tree lines. We do not have any water or electric hookups. Campsites are free to use. Please see our Camping section for more information.

How much does camping cost?

All campsites are free!

Are there hotels nearby?

Yes, please see our Lodging section for nearby hotels

Do you serve meals?

  • Meals are provided free of charge. Donation buckets will be on-site for those who wish to contribute. Recommended donation of $5 per meal.

  • Two meals are provided, breakfast and lunch.

  • Meals are vegan.

  • More can be found at our Meals section.

Are there bathrooms and showers onsite?

Bathrooms are available at the porta-johns. In order to keep the church clean, please do not use the bathrooms in the church.

Showers are available in the shower trailer, which has 4 showers for men and 4 showers for women. 

Are there electrical outlets for charging electronics?

There are a few outlets in the red barn and by the main tent. So far these have proved enough for our campers. 

Is there a curfew?

We ask that the premises be quiet after 10:00 p.m. in consideration of our campers.

Do you have air-conditioned facilities?

It can get quite hot here in Ohio. If you need a place to cool off please feel free to sit in our air-conditioned church fellowship hall or foyer. We want you to be comfortable.

Do you have a dress code?

According to the culture, we would appreciate modesty.

What if I have more questions?

The quickest way to get an answer is to email, office@westsalemmission.org. You may also call (567) 334-1080.

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