- Showers: Showers are constructed outside in the back of the school. They are made of PVC Pipes and are covered in tarps. There are separate male and female showers each with 8 shower heads.
- Program is in gym
*Because of the location of the camp individual vehicles compared to buses are preferable. We have a mix of rural worksites and downtown Nashville, with some worksites being up to 45 minutes away with traffic.
The majority of the work projects are manual labor. Home/school repairs not limited to painting, cleaning, yard work, weeding, construction; farming; serving the poor; organizing supplies at a local food pantry; cleaning and painting at an animal rehabilitation center; cleaning and repairs at a domestic violence shelter
Water Slides. Soak up the excitement and twisting thrills as you speed down Nashville’s premier water slides – The Tennessee Twisters. NEW slides are here at Nashville Shores! It’s your ticket to the wide-open beauty of 14,000-acre J Priest Lake. Enjoy three full miles of natural shoreline, sand beaches and water activities.
Hard Rock Cafe
Music City, U.S.A.; now where could there possibly be a better place for the Hard Rock Cafe? Come and visit one of the most famous restaurants in the world.
Grand Ole Opry & Gaylord Opryland Resort
Grand Ole Opry: Get a tour of the backstage homes of the stars, music row and much more. https://www.opry.com/
Gaylord Opryland Resort: Once you see the indoor rivers, waterfalls and acres of tropical plants you will understand why so many call this hotel a “must see” in Nashville. With restaurants, shops and plenty of room to roam around, the most difficult part of visit this indoor paradise is finding reason to leave.
Nashville Zoo offers many animal species including cheetah, zebra, ostrich, gibbons, hyacinth macaw and more. In addition, the Zoo offers the Jungle Gym, the country’s largest community-built playground, the Grassmere Historic Farm, the beautiful Unseen New World exhibit, exciting animal shows, educational programs and much more.
When you walk through the doors of the historic Ryman Auditorium, one thing becomes clear right away: this isn’t just another nightly music venue, and it’s so much more than a daytime tourist stop. This place is hallowed ground. This is the exact spot where bluegrass was born, where Johnny Cash met June Carter, where souls were saved and a slice of history was nearly lost. Take a tour of the beautiful church turned music hall and experience the sacred ground.