Jumonville is a Christian-theme camp, conference and retreat center located 50 miles southeast of Pittsburgh that includes lodging, meeting, adventure, and recreational facilities.
The camp is located on a historic spot. George Washington's first battle was fought on adjacent property and the Braddock Road --- a military roadway created by the British that was the first improved road to cross the barrier of the successive ridgelines of the Appalachian Mountains --- bisects the property.
Its 270 acres include more than 40 buildings, from comfortable cabins to appealing lodges --- with Jumonville's iconic 60-foot-tall steel cross overhead.
Jumonville is a seven-day-a-week operation and operates year-round. Call for more information.
Free, on-site parking is available.