About Beulah

CAMP HISTORY


Beulah Camp was founded in 1894 by the Reformed Baptist Alliance of Canada – which was later to become The Atlantic District of The Wesleyan Church. From the outset, the camp has proven to be a place of inspiration, fellowship, outstanding preaching and singing, and a place where God’s presence is felt and lives are changed. People first came by horse-drawn conveyance, train and riverboat, as “going to Beulah” became the next thing on many annual calendars after Christmas. For nearly 120 years the camp has grown and developed until it has become the largest camp meeting of its type in The Wesleyan Church and one of the largest in North America.

With more than 85 acres of land, a truly unique Tabernacle constructed in 1897, a stunning view of the magnificent Saint John River, a total of more than 350 cottages, dorms, and RV sites, the annual camp meeting draws Wesleyans and friends from across the Atlantic District and far beyond. The annual camp meeting (Family Camp) is always in early July. While there will be Sunday services throughout the summer, the camp meeting is the absolute highlight of the year at Beulah and you are most welcome to join us.

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