Triple C Camp

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Triple C Camp was once known as Camp Viewmont, founded by the Baptist Church of Richmond. The camp continued as Camp Viewmont until it was sold to the Charles’ family in 1989, which who changed the name to Triple C Camp, which stands for Camps and Cottages of Charlottesville. Libby and "H" Rothenberg bought the camp in December 1999 and are it’s current directors.[1]


Camp names & directors


Triple C's Programs are Pioneers, Trailblazers, Explorers, Teen Scene,and Edge. These are not activities, they are groups based on ages. Activities are based on what group your in for instance, Field trips and the climbing wall.


In 2020, Triple C Camp received $10,000 as part of the Albemarle County Lift Grants program to assist businesses in the wake of the COVID-19 Emergency. [2]






  1. Web. About Triple C, Triple C Camp, retrieved 7 June 2016.
  2. Web. Albemarle County Announces Lift Grant Recipients, Press Release, Albemarle County, August 27, 2020, retrieved September 9, 2020.

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