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Every year, the Central California Conference hosts a 10-day, internationally broadcast event known globally as the Soquel Camp Meeting. This Spirit-filled revival boasts ten full days of dynamic speakers, inspiring music, and activities for all ages.
We pray that you join us, and with the inspiration of this year’s powerful messages, you will be able to develop an abundant life in God and use your knowledge, skills, and understanding to serve God and humanity and truly be transformed. So, please mark your calendars for next year and come and worship with us at Soquel.
FAQ for 2023
Q: When will registration open?
A: The CCC has recently created a new, comprehensive online registration program that will cater to the majority of your registration requirements. The online registration process will be based on a first come, first serve basis and will commence at 7 pm on March 13, 2023.
Q: Is there a price increase for the campsite?
A: Yes, there is a price increase for the campsite due to inflation. However, we are happy to report that the price is still less than half the cost of other campgrounds in the area, such as KOA near Soquel.
Q: Are there tents to rent?
A: Campground Tents: Are available in South Terrace/North Terrace. Not all tent sites are level. Mattresses and metal cots will not be available. Bring bedding, tables, chairs, ice chest, broom, rug, or other furnishings. Campfires, open flames (BBQs), gas/propane lanterns, heaters, and cookstoves are prohibited. Electricity is unavailable in tents. Use battery-powered devices only. Cookhouses offer electrical outlets and cooktops.
Q: What are the hookups for RVs?
A: RVs: Slide-outs, awnings, canopies, tables, and furnishings are permitted if kept within your site. Electricity: Use an unspliced 25' for shorter 3 pronged cord/s. Do not plug one RV into another RV's electrical system. Fill propane tanks before arriving. Mobile propane service is not available. Generators may be used between 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. only. Exhaust extensions above the roofline are required for all generators.
Q: Can I bring my own tent?
A: Private Tenting: Is available in South View, Eucalyptus Grove, Shady Grove, Ocean View, or Hill Top. Spaces are approximately 16 feet square. Not all sites are level. Campground cots and mattresses are not available for private tenting. Campfires, open flames, gas or propane lanterns, and heaters are prohibited. In Shady Grove and Hill Top, cooking is permitted in the designated cooking area ONLY and you MUST have a fire extinguisher with you at all times when cooking.
Q: Are pets allowed on campus?
A: PETS: Are allowed in RV SITES ONLY. A $40 Pet Fee per pet is charged. Proof of vaccination is required. They must be on a leash at all times.
Q: Is there parking available at Soquel?
A: All vehicles are to be parked in the designated parking areas only. In general, you are permitted to load or unload your belongings at your site. The Parking & Transportation Office handles special parking permit requests.
Q: What are the facilities like?
A: Laundry Facilities: Coin-operated washers and dryers are available near some shower facilities. Bring quarters!
Shower Facilities: Shower facilities on both sides of the Main Auditorium are available free of charge. Please leave them as clean as you would like to find them.
Q: Can I bring my own bicycle or other wheeled devices?
A: Things with Wheels: Bicycles, scooters, skateboards, rollerblades, etc. may not be used at SCC for safety reasons.