RELAX, RECHARGE & RENEW AT BAREFOOT ALL ACCESS
As an alternative to traditional camp, we are offering a unique divergence from our typical summer programming hosted at our 110-acre campus in Scottsville, KY. We’re calling this program “Barefoot All Access.” We will share our incredible facility and amenities with families and small groups of adults to rest, recharge and be renewed for as little as a few hours during the day or by staying one or more nights in our cabins rearranged for private sleeping accommodations. Or, if you prefer, you can bring your own tent! This essentially allows potentially hundreds of people to “Go Barefoot!” with God, loved ones and friends as you hike our property, horseback ride, enjoy our adventure elements like our rec lake and zip line, participate in light camp programming like worship and devotionals, and have our wonderful staff nearby to serve you and facilitate the programming on campus.
AMENITIES & RECREATION
Enjoy self-guided activities to include Gaga Ball, 9-hole Disc Golf course, football and soccer field, whiffle-ball field, full court basketball, sand volleyball, 9 Square In The Air, tetherball, carpet-ball, bouldering wall, skate park, and canoes. There is also access to open fields, woods, a spring-fed creek, hiking trails and our cove on Barren River Lake.
In addition, our other amenities include our Recreation Lake (blob, wet-willie slide, aqua mat and beach area), 600’ zip line, 42’ climbing & rappelling wall, low-ropes course, inflatable water slide, paintball, pontoon boat, 2 ski boats, archery, horseback riding, and van and bus transportation.
All of our scheduled amenities are included when you purchased an Overnight Access Pass for Barefoot All Access.
"Our experience with the 5 of us was unlike anything we have been honored to experience together."
- Barefoot All Access Family
COME EXPERIENCE BAREFOOT ALL ACCESS WITH YOUR FRIENDS OR FAMILY TODAY!
Rest, recharge and be renewed at our incredible facility and camp amenities with family and small groups of adults!
Barefoot All Access operates Monday - Sunday within our clean, healthy and safe camp protocols for a limited number of individuals and families at a time.
Check-in: Anytime after 9am.
Check-out: 12:30pm on the day you are departing. However, you are welcome to stay on our campus until dark on the day you check-out.
Stay as little as a few hours during the day or one or more nights in our cabins rearranged for private sleeping accommodations.
Bring your own tent and camp out under the stars!
Bring your own meals or purchase them on site.
Hike our property, horseback ride, enjoy our adventure elements like our rec lake and zip line, participate in light camp programming like worship and devotionals, and have our wonderful staff nearby to serve them and facilitate the programming on campus.
Free - Kids 5 & Under
$60 - Kids 6 & Older
$85 - Adults
Tent camping is free for kids under 5
$35 Tent camping for kids
$60 Tent camping for adults
Free - Kids 5 & Under
$30 - Kids 6 & Older
$40 - Adults
*Meals sold separately*
Facilities include three treehouse villages (three adjoining cabins in each). All 9 cabins have been rearranged to comfortably host families of up to 6 people to include a king size bed, two sets of bunk beds, a sofa, table, mini-fridge and microwave. Each building has full bathrooms, and is heated and air-conditioned.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What are your COVID-19 safety policies?
We follow CDC recommended guidelines
All guests are screened upon check-in.
Masks are required at and during facilitated activities.
Masks are not required during self-guided activities.
When is Check in & Check out?
We will coordinate check-in with the guest within an hour ETA window & we are flexible on what that check-in time is.
For check-out, we ask guests to check out by noon, but feel free to stay on our campus until dark.
Are face masks provided?
Please be sure to bring your own masks; however, you can purchase a disposable mask for a small fee.
Is there WiFi in the cabins?
No, we don't have WiFi in the cabins; however, we do have WiFi in the Multipurpose Building and Gymnasium.
Do I need to bring my own bed sheets and towels?
Clean linens and towels are provided for each cabin rental. Please bring your own beach towels for use on campus outside of the cabin and at the lake. Barefoot towels are for cabin use only. You are welcome to bring your own king and twin bed linens and towels if you prefer. "
How many people will fit into one Tree House?
Our Tree Houses have been set up to accommodate 6 people comfortably
Is there a refrigerator available to use?
There is a mini-fridge and microwave located in each cabin.
Can I smoke on campus?
Smoking is not permitted on campus.
Can I bring alcohol or other controlled substances on campus?
Drugs, alcohol or other controlled substances are not permitted on campus.
May I bring and carry my concealed weapon?
Firearms, weapons of any kind, and fireworks are prohibited.
Are there any food restrictions?
Our campus is a nut-free environment; foods or snacks containing nuts are not permitted.
Is there a nurse on site?
An AED/CPR/First Aid-certified staff member is on site every day and operates our Camp Health Center adjacent to the Camp Office for quick and professional medical attention.
Do I need to bring my own adventure element equipment (e.g., paintball gun, climbing harness, helmet)?
No. We provide all necessary equipment to participate in our adventure elements. For paintball we only provide masks and markers so feel free to bring additional protective gear (ie. long pants and long sleeved shirts).
Are we allowed to have a campfire?
Community campfires are lit each night to be shared by all of our guests. Bonfires are permitted for tent-camping guests at their campsite; firewood must be purchased from Barefoot Republic. No outside firewood is permitted, as it can transfer tree-killing insects and/or disease onto our property.
Can I bring my pet?
Yes, pets are allowed on campus and in the cabins. Owners are required to maintain their pets on a leash at all times outside of a cabin.
What is our inclement weather policy?
If it is a hard rain, thunder and lightning we will first try to wait it out and see if we can adjust the time slightly. If it is not passing by quickly, activities are subject to rescheduling or cancellation.
Does our group need to have individuals sign a hold harmless agreement and/or medical waiver?
Yes all participants are required to sign waivers upon arrival or in advance. Click here to download forms.
What are the best places to stop between Nashville and Barefoot Republic Camp for fuel and meals?
We recommend stopping for fuel off of exit #2 or exit #6 right after you enter Kentucky. These exits have the cheapest fuel.
Exit #2 has a Walmart, Cracker Barrel, Zaxby’s and Burger King.
Exit #6 has a Wendy’s and Subway.
Alternatively, you may take Hwy 31 through Gallatin. Chick-fil-A, Starbucks and grocery stores are available along this route.
We also recommend grabbing a meal in Scottsville on the way to the camp. Earl G. Dumplins is our favorite spot along the way. Or, you can always stop at Pizza Hut, Taco Bell, Subway, Rey San Jose, Dairy Queen or Las Mariachas.
What should you wear for paintball?
We recommend multiple layers of clothing for paintball.