Victory Mountain Camp seeks to provide whatever is needed to "set the table" for the Holy Spirit to move in the lives
of those that visit us. With God's help we want to eliminate as many distractions possible so that the focus of the time
spent here can be directed to God and growing a relationship with Him.
In 1964, local Wesleyan pastors and church leaders decide that, Lord willing, they would
acquire an amount of property that could be used as a children, youth and family campground
for those in their care.
They had been holding annual "camp meetings" at different facilities, but sought to have
their own property that would eliminate the higher cost and be a bit more consistent.
On February 26, 1964 the deed was signed for "100 acres more or less" by those with
the vision that began what we now know as Victory Mountain Camp.
Why "Victory Mountain"? Surrounded by the Uwharrie Mountains and Caraway Mountains,
you'll find that idea if a mountain lends itself to the camp. "Victory" is hopefully what each
individual will find in their pursuit of a relationship with God, while visiting our beautiful grounds.
"The hand of the Lord will rest on this mountain."