Camp Pyoca

In 1952, the original property was purchased to create a camp for Presbyterian youth and families by the Synod of Indiana. In the early 1960s, and Camp Pyoca was turned over to Whitewater Valley Presbytery and Ohio Valley Presbytery, two regional governing bodies of the Presbyterian Church, in 1977. The camp is currently owned by Whitewater Valley Presbytery and operated through a joint agreement between the two presbyteries, denominationally affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (USA).The camp provides a place for children and youth to gather in the summer for a week of fun and worship. CPC has been active in providing  campers, counselors, camp nurses, and carpentry workers in enhancing all areas of camp functioning, as well as providing financial support. ( )