Camp Thomas E Lightfoot is a recreation facility located on the Greenbrier River in West Virginia.  
  It was established in 1941 by Koppers Coal Company, which later became part of Eastern Associated Coal Corporation, now a subsidiary of Patriot Coal. Formal operation of Eastern's camping program for employees' children ended in 1984.  

Location of Camp Lightfoot


Welcome to CampLightfoot.org
  Disclaimer: This site was developed by former counselors whose lives were shaped by their experiences at Camp Thomas E Lightfoot, in order to celebrate "memories we cherish" of campers and counselors who touched our lives over many summers there. We wish to thank "Eastern" for the opportunities their recreation programs provided. We are obligated to point out that Camp Lightfoot.org is not associated in any way with Eastern Associated nor any of its parent corporations, subsidiaries . . . .

IMPORTANT: All are welcome to attend May 3 Memorial at CTEL for Kit Mack - details are here.

Also watch this space for information about a tree-planting in Kit's honor at Camp planned for mid-June.

CLICK HERE for Camp Lightfoot Introductory Page

To Skip ahead to "Memories" Page - CLICK Oh, Chief!

See below for Copyright information

  Copyright 2000-2014:  

As far as the former counselors involved in this worldwide-web project know, all rights to the names Camp Thomas E Lightfoot and Camp Lightfoot are retained by Eastern Coal and/or EACC Camps. Rights to the name CampLightfoot.org are retained by the Counselors Reunion Committee.
We presume that all rights regarding photographic images from before 1985 and all of the Camp's graphic designs and images have been retained by Eastern Coal and/or EACC Camps.
Rights to the more recent photographic images have been retained by the photographers, as credited. Rights to all other images, graphics, text and presentations, as well as the source code involved, are retained by Lightfoot_Cabin16digitalDarkroom.
  Images from Camp Lightfoot
 

When I grow

too old

to dream . . . .

 
On the road into Camp