1928 - Alderson High School - 1968



Camp Greenbrier for Boys
Photo Tour

Causby Parker - July 2015

Established 1898, Camp Greenbrier for Boys has offered much guidance and training to our young men across the USA and other countries as well.

On June 28, 2015, campers began to gather along the Greenbrier River for a summer filled with activity. The camp now offers 17 different activities. Boys from 10 countries and 20 states in the U.S.A., represented their home towns from the countries of Slovakia, Czech Republic, France, Lithuania, England, Scotland, Ireland, Spain, Germany, Russia, and the states of Va., N.C., D.C., Md., Ga., Fl., W.V., Oh., N.Y., Pa. , Al., N.J., Ky., Nv., Co., La., Wa., Tx., Mo., & In.

A new camp was built in 2014 for housing for the counselors, complete with a wrap - around back deck. It is named The Chinnault. A nice privacy fence was built around it, facing The Green Grocer and extending down to The Alderson Mini Park. Very nice "digs", I might add.

Many thanks to Maria Garnett Hood, overseer of the camp (since the mid 70's), Will Harvie, Camp Director, & Sharon Crookshanks, secretary, for the wealth of information I was given and the freedom to stroll around and collect these pictures for your enjoyment. 

I paid a visit to the camp a month prior to the guests arrival to give you a feel for the grounds, then returned for pictures of the activities the day after their arrival.
Sit back, relax and take a tour of the campgrounds with me. I was impressed!

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