Situated in the picturesque Harghita Mountains of central Romania, the Camp is one of the chief evangelistic tools of the churches in Romania.
Developed on land purchased by British visitors soon after the changes of December 1989, the Camp has been steadily developed ever since, with new building projects most years.
Children and young people spend a week at the Camp in the summer holidays, in groups of about 150 at a time. During the rest of the year the facilities are available for other conferences and meetings.
The Barnabas House was built with specially designed to provide accommodation for disabled visitors and their carers.
In the early years there were difficulties in obtaining mains electricity and gas, but both are now installed. The Cleaford Christian Trust has contributed to the gas bill for many years. The Camp has its own water supply reservoirs, fed from a natural spring 1 km distant.
Supporters from USA have funded the construction of the Chapel Building, which provides a large meeting hall, plus a number of smaller study rooms. This has successfully replaced the previous arrangement where the dining room had to be used for all meetings.