The Shocco Springs campus is secluded, and has a ton of great activities for campers! There are some amazing activities for everyone to enjoy and no doubt that it will be a blast. The conference center staff are an amazing partner and can help answer questions along the way as you need question about any of their activities.
The Snack Shop is always open and is a great spot to hang out during Hang Time or after worship. You can play ping-pong or just take advantage of the nachos and hangout time. The bookstore is also open, which has tons of trinkets to take home. There’s lots of shade on campus, which is great on those hot summer days.
Shocco has tons of options of hang time. Free options include sand volleyball, putt putt, paddle boats, basketball, and the pool. Additional options include swimming at the Aqua Park, playing Bazooka Ball, Pedal Cars, Night Swimming, etc. For pricing information, check Shocco’s website. These hang time options for afternoons and evenings can be reserved online starting April 6th at 8am. For specific questions, you can contact the folks at Shocco Springs directly at 1.800.280.1105 (ext 2500).
Shocco Adventure Track
A giant swing, climbing wall, and bazooka ball make up the Shocco Adventure Track Time. Campers no longer pay a fee for this track!
Shocco Blast Track
At the Blast Track campers will enjoy aqua jump, bazooka ball, and wet willie. Campers no longer pay a fee for this track!
Attn: CentriKid Camps
1314 Shocco Springs Rd.
Talladega, AL 35160-5852
Housing is motel-style for all buildings (Crestview, Mt Moriah, Oakridge, Rocky Ridge, Shocco Inn, Springview) except Smith Camp Lodge, which is suite-style with a bathroom between two rooms.
Sheets are provided, but towels are NOT. Towels can be rented for $6/set.
Housing will be determined when we have received a participant list for each church attending camp for the week.
We communicate with Group-Leaders on-site when we know bad weather is coming, and our staff have plans in place whenever storms pop-up unexpectedly.
In case of inclement weather, we use the Ricker Auditorium on campus to keep campers safe while still being able to enjoy each activity at camp. Your Camp Director will keep you updated on everything you need to know when conditions like these arise at camp.