This is a list of the most commonly asked questions about St. Christopher Camp and Conference Center. If your question was not answered here or you would like more details on a particular topic, please call the Welcome Center at (843)768-0429. We are excited be able to serve you in the best way possible.

– The St. Christopher Staff
The rate sheets can be found here. If you have any questions about booking, or our preferential policy, please do not hesitate to give us a call.
We welcome any and all guests. If you are interested in staying with us, please contact Betsy Hollis for a group reservation, or Rhonda Myers for a personal retreat.
We offer two different styles of lodging here at St. Christopher, cabins and lodge rooms. To see our different lodging accommodations, head to the facilities page here. All bookings can be done by contacting Betsy Hollis.
Yes! All of our conference center meeting spaces and lodge rooms have wi-fi included for your stay.
Depending on what is happening at camp, we sometimes need to request that people day-visit on a different day. If you are interested in coming out for a day visit, please call the Welcome Center at (843)768-0429 so we know that you are coming.
We do not have a public beach access at St. Christopher. Our beach access is available to guests of St. Christopher. If you are interested in visiting or staying with us, please call the Welcome Center at (843)768-0429.
We do not have an ATM at St. Christopher. If you do need to make a withdrawal, Freshfields Village at the entrance of Seabrook Island is your nearest option. We only offer a Coca-Cola vending machine at St. Christopher.
St. Christopher loves to provide meals for our guests. To find more information on our dining services, please visit our dining hall page.
We do not have a boat landing at St. Christopher. If you want to bring a kayak or beach-loading vessel , please contact our Outdoor Encounters program to find out the best way for us to serve you.
Guests of St. Christopher are welcome to fish on our property with a South Carolina Saltwater Fishing License. St. Christopher offers many great fishing options for young and old anglers alike. Fishing areas include shore fishing along our beach, our Crab Dock on Privateer Creek, and fishing from the Point at the end of our beach.