Adult Camp

Adult Camp • July 3-7, 2023 • The Vision Inn at Bailey Cove • Huntsville, AL

Adult Camp Group Photo

Adult Camp Information

  • 2023 Dates: Mon., July 3, 3 p.m. through Fri., July 7, 9 a.m.
  • Location: The Vision – The Inn at Bailey Cove, 10310 Bailey Cove Road SE, Huntsville, AL 35803.
  • Fees (through April 30): 
    • $600 (age 30 and up), single occupancy,
    • $500 (age 30 and up), double occupancy – king bed,
    • $300 (ages 19-29).
  • Deposit: $50 due with registration. Final payment due April 30.
  • Late Fee: Add $50 for final payment or registration, if available, after April 30.

Adult Camp Details

The Adult Camp session is programmed with an emphasis for adults (singing school lessons, fewer recreation options, extensive singing elective classes).

Sacred Harp composer P. Dan Brittain leads a session about his music, Adult Camp, 2013.
Sacred Harp composer P. Dan Brittain leads a session about his music, Adult Camp, 2013.

Adult Camp is held at The Vision – The Inn at Bailey Cove, which is located in beautiful Huntsville, Alabama. Huntsville is 100 miles north of Birmingham, 200 miles northwest of Atlanta, and 130 miles south of Nashville.


Lodging and meals for adult campers (age 30+) will be at The Inn at Bailey Cove, 10310 Bailey Cove Road, Huntsville, AL 35803, conveniently located 7 miles from The Vision main campus. Rooms are comfortable, private hotel-style rooms (linens are provided) with private bathroom. Adult camp fee is $600 for single occupancy or $500 for double occupancy (one king bed). Sleeping quarters for young adult campers (ages 19-29) will be open lodge style at The Vision main campus (subject to available space). Young adult campers can choose to stay at The Inn at Bailey Cove for the age 30+ rate.


Meals for breakfast, lunch, and dinner are provided. We also provide snacks in the mid-morning and mid-afternoon. (If you would like to bring treats to share such as drinks, cookies, brownies, fruit, chips, or other food for the snack times, we would appreciate it.)

Campers learn how to prepare and transport food for dinner on the grounds at Adult Camp, 2013.
Campers learn how to prepare and transport food for dinner on the grounds at Adult Camp.


Camp Fasola recreation for Adult Camp will be scheduled at The Vision main campus at 187 Oscar Webster Rd., seven miles from The Inn or at other locations.


We will have a good selection of lessons and electives, so you will have at least three hours of singing school lessons per day plus electives and each night’s class singing. We will have sessions for all levels of experience from beginners through experienced singers.

All-Day Singings

All-day singings are held in the area on the weekends before and after Camp Fasola.


Transportation to Camp Fasola is the responsibility of campers. We will provide rides at designated times from and to the Huntsville International Airport (HSV) on Monday and Friday.


Check-in will be conducted between 3:00 and 6:00 p.m. on Monday. We request that you let us know if you will be arriving later. You will be issued your room assignment, three Camp Fasola T-Shirts (for Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday), and the final camp schedule of events. Our first camp meal will be at 6:00 p.m. Please note that Alabama is in the Central Time Zone.


Adult Camp will be held at The Inn at Bailey Cove, located at 10310 Bailey Cove Road SE, Huntsville, AL 35803.


From U.S. 231 (Memorial Parkway) take Weatherly Road east to Bailey Cove Road. Turn south on Bailey Cove Road. The Inn at Bailey Cove is on the right after 0.3 mile.

Packing List

Here is a packing list of suggested items. Be sure to bring appropriate comfortable, casual clothing for summertime in Alabama. Campers will wear three provided Camp Fasola T-Shirts for Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. Linens are provided by The Vision. Do not bring pets, illegal drugs, fireworks, firearms, or any other dangerous or illegal item.

Comfortable and appropriate clothing for your stay at camp

  • T-shirts, Polo shirts (camp T-shirts are provided for Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday)
  • Shorts
  • Jeans, khakis, skirts (jeans required for rappelling)
  • Lightweight long sleeve shirt (in case of a cool night)
  • Pajamas
  • Underwear and socks
  • Sneakers/walking shoes/shoes for hiking/sandals
  • Closed-toed shoes are required for Tomahawk Throwing, Archery, Rappelling, Climbing Wall, Ropes Course
  • Raincoat/slicker/umbrella
  • Appropriate swimwear – bring separate swimwear for pool and canoeing
  • Cap/hat


  • Toothbrush
  • Toothpaste
  • Shampoo/conditioner
  • Soap
  • Deodorant
  • Lotion
  • Comb/hairbrush


  • Sacred Harp, 1991 Edition songbook
  • Throat lozenges
  • Medications
  • Sunscreen
  • Insect repellant
  • Notebook and pen
  • Flashlight and batteries
  • Book bag/backpack
  • Beach towel (for swimming)
  • Water bottle (optional)
  • Seat cushion (optional)


Hotels are available in Huntsville near The Vision for stays before or after camp.

Camp Scholarships

Scholarship/work study support for camp fees may be available based on need. Our aim is for every camper who wishes to participate in Camp Fasola to have that opportunity. Priority for scholarship support is given to campers who have multiple family members attending; who have substantial travel expenses; or who otherwise would be unable to attend without financial support.

Please complete the camp scholarship form (also accessible on the camp PDF registration form) if you require scholarship support for camp fees. We also encourage campers to seek financial support from their local Sacred Harp community.

More Information

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