Nestled in a 600-acre forest, NaCoMe Camp and Conference Center is the historic site of Beaver Dam Springs Resort where ladies and gentlemen in the 1800's would travel to soak in the "healing" waters of Sulphur Springs.

Today, the camp boasts most of its original buildings, upgraded and remodeled with wood harvested on site. A creek meanders through the camp, and there's a swimming hole, a lake with kayaks and canoes, a playground, porches on every building (replete with rockers), a huge "barn" for dancing, world famous cinnamon rolls, and a welcoming staff.

Most cabins are air conditioned and have four bedrooms and four private bathrooms. Rooms sleep 5-9 people in a combination of full and twin beds and bunks. Larger cabins have a common area, large beautiful porches for gathering, and a mini-fridge.