Nameless Creek Youth Camp, Inc. announces the final capital campaign for the completion of the 10 year master plan for the camp. The Nature's Gift for All Campaign is underway to build a 30' x90' Lodge with dining/meeting room, certified kitchen, and bathrooms for year round use. WE NEED YOUR HELP! Cash donations, in kind services and materials, and volunteer help will help us complete this project by the end of 2015. The completed project will cost approximately $60,000. Right now we have a $10,000 commitment from Greenfield Sertoma club for matching funds. $5,000.00 is committed by a grant from Dale W. and Eva C. Miller Family Fund. An additional $5,000.00 has been awarded to our campaign by the White Family Foundation Fund. We have $20,000.00 to begin our campaign. We hope that our communities will get behind this project and support us to meet our goal. Below is the information that you will need to join in our efforts and to help us spread the word. THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR HELPING US MAKE NAMELESS CREEK CAMP A VERY SPECIAL PLACE.
WE NEED YOUR HELP!
Who do you know that has been to Nameless Creek Youth Camp? We would love to hear from anyone who has been at NCYC over the past 60 years. We would love for you to share your experiences. Events, activities, pictures, anything that would help us to create a living history of the camp.
What is your most memorable Nameless Creek Camp experience?
What years did you attend the camp?
Do you know anything about the history of the camp?
Do you have pictures that you would share?
What do you know about Lowell "Tubby" Toms?
Do you have any knowledge about American Indians along the Nameless Creek Youth Camp property?
Here we go 2014! Book your events early. NCYC events have increased by 28% in 2012. There were 125 uses in 2011. We had 160 uses during 2012 with 3749 visitors at Nameless Creek Camp. In 2013 we had 167 uses with over 4700 visitors. Our goal for optimum use is 200 uses per year with an estimated 6000 visitors. 2014 MAY JUST BE THAT YEAR!
Rental fees are set for 2014. The Park Pass Membership and the Group Membership fees are the same as 2013. Cabins will be $20 per day/night. The kitchen/meeting room will be $40 per day. The Rec Hall will be $60 per day. The best options are the membership programs. Let us know how we can assist you with your plans.
The Board of Directors, Officers, and Volunteers are PROUD of the work accomplished at Nameless Creek Camp. WE are also very proud of all of the support and donations for our pupose at NCYC.
Whether it has been a cash donation, an In-Kind service or supply donation, or special assistance in promoting our programs at NCYC WE SAY THANK YOU AND WE COULD NOT DO IT WITHOUT YOU!!!!
We hope that all of our contributors will visit the camp to see all of the improvements, share the pride with our officers and volunteers, and allow us to say Thanks!
Nameless Creek Camp is the only camp of its kind in Hancock County, IN. We have an all volunteer staff! Every dollar earned and donated goes directly into the improvement and operation of the camp.
Our mission is to create outdoor recreational, educational, and camping opportunities to increase the appreciation of nature and the enjoyment of the outdoors for all of Greenfield, Hancock County, and the surrounding counties.
We are located approximately 6 miles southeast of Greenfield, IN and just southeast of the intersection of County Road 600 E & 250 S.
MAILING ADDRESS IS: PO BOX 452, GREENFIELD, IN 46140
The camp facilities are available for use by Annual Park Pass Members and Group Members for reserved events on a first-come, first-served basis. Everyone is welcome. The camp is available for any youth group that has adult supervision. It is also available for family outings, reunions, church functions, community activities, and other programming deemed appropriate by the Nameless Creek Youth Camp board of directors. Our focus market will be Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts, Brownie Scouts, Girl Scouts, school groups, athletic teams, Boys and Girls Club of Hancock County, recreational athletic groups, service groups, churches, county agencies, summer community programs and the greater Hancock county community residents.
NAMELESS CREEK YOUTH CAMP, INC. INCORPORATED IN 1951 501 (c) (3) not-for-profit public charity 35-6020576 All contributions are deductible under section 170 of the Internal Revenue Code