About Us

Fort Rock Christian Family Camp and Christian Retreat Center is a camp for family restoration and enrichment. Burrowed against the Ozark National Forest in Northwest Arkansas, we are within driving distance to Texas, Oklahoma, Missouri, and Tennessee. At the family camp, founders Terry and Roxanne Forsyth have recreated an 1800s fort and old west town for an unforgettable vacation. Here your family can step back in time, slow down and enjoy spectacular beauty any time of the year while fellowshipping with other Christian families. Read more about our family camps.

Our Story

Forsyth Family In 1995, Terry made a life changing decision. God used this decision to place a burden on his heart for families. He realized that the American families of today were too busy and fragmented. Terry wanted to recreate an era where things were a little slower and families could spend time together. Thus a vision of an 1800’s style town began. After an out-of-state move, land acquisition in the Ozark’s of Northwest Arkansas, and several years of construction, Fort Rock Family Camp became a reality. Please join our family for a time-tested approach of family enjoyment, at one of our many exciting retreats.

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See what our campers are saying...

  • “Enjoyed the peace and quiet. We work too hard and don’t take enough of this kina time. Made it much easier to spend quiet time with my LORD without all the distractions of life. Folks are not this trustworthy where we come from. Thanks for letting us stay here. My husband and a have been married for 38 years on the 4th enjoyed celebrating it here.”

    The Walker Family, Mississippi

  • “Thank you so much for allowing our family to come and enjoy the beautiful place. It was so peaceful and relaxing. The kids had a blast with the animals and the creek. What an experience! Thank you again and may God bless all that you do.”

    The Thieme Family

Fort Rock Family Camp
2533 Hwy 23
Combs, AR 72721

office. (479) 677-3136
email. camp@fortrock.org