Tampa Bay Baptist Conference Center
Tent and RV Camping
There are twenty 30-amp full hook-up RV sites to choose from...
And plenty of space for all your tent camping needs.

Camping Policy

Length of Stay - Campground

The maximum length of tent camping stay is 7 nights. After 7 nights, the camper must leave the park for at least three weeks before returning for a new stay.

The length of RV camping stay is based on availability. Any length of stay of 179 consecutive days will result in a mandatory departure of 30 days. The TBBCC cannot be used as an address for residency.
Changing the registered name of a group or individual, or if the same individuals or the same persons in a family group or camping rig make multiple advanced reservations, through any means, including the use of multiple user profiles, to circumvent the 7-night maximum length of stay limit is prohibited. If a reservation or series of reservations is determined to be out of compliance with the maximum length of stay policy, then the camper or group will be contacted and directed to leave the property.

Reservation Window
Reservations may be made from one day up to 11 months in advance of your arrival date. Reservations can only be made beyond 11 months when the reservation period starts within the 11-month period and ends outside that period. New sites become available for reservation at 8 a.m. EST each morning. Any new sites that become available throughout the day due to a cancellation are randomly released back into inventory following the cancellation.
All campsites not reserved or occupied may be rented to walk-in visitors on a first-come, first-served basis. Reservations are made on a pay-in-advance basis and same-day reservations are not available.

Campsites accommodate no more than eight people and must have at least one responsible camper present who is 18 years of age or older. Any more than eight campers will be required to rent and move to additional sites. Children under two years old do not count in the total.

Camping Rigs
A camping rig is defined as combinations of recreational vehicles, trailers, tents and/or hammocks.
  • Take all trash to the dumpster located behind the Dining Hall/Volunteer Hall complex.
  • Sleeping in a car or truck is prohibited
  • Pedestrians without a camping rig will not be allowed to stay.
While most campsites can accommodate a variety of camping rigs, some campsites may not accommodate large trailers or RVs having both large slide-outs and a dining fly. Be sure to indicate specifications when making a reservation. Setting up in buffer zones or other use areas that interfere with neighboring campers is not allowed. Hammock camping rigs and any other associated lines may be attached to trees that are minimum of 12 inches in diameter measured at chest height and using a minimum of 1-inch wide flat web straps.

Check-in, Check-out and Quiet Times
  • No one under 18 years of age may camp unless accompanied by a responsible adult who will remain onsite for the entire reservation.
  • Do not overcrowd your campsite. Campsites are limited to eight people, or, to one immediate family (parents and children 17 and younger).
  • Check-in time for campsites is during office hours; 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
  • Check-out time is no later than 5 p.m. Parking is at the discretion of TBBCC staff and is limited to no more than two vehicles per campsite. Additional vehicles may be required to park in designated areas.