(see maps below)
Come to the junction of Hwy 15 and Hwy 72 in Walnut, MS about 20 miles west of Corinth, MS. This junction will have a traffic light there. From there you will travel 3.3 miles west on Hwy 72. You will see a sign for “Three Forks.” Turn R on County Road (CR) 101. Go straight on CR 101. Go 1.2 miles and take the second right (first paved road to the right). There will be a sign for “Oakland Baptist Church” and there will also be a water tower on the left. Follow this curvy road and stay on the asphalt roads. At 3.4 miles, watch for a 90 degree turn–it is necessary to slow down. At 4 miles, you will be crossing a bridge and then coming up a hill. Turn R at the top of the hill onto Cutbirth Rd. You will travel 1.1 miles and come to a fork. Take the R fork (gravel road), and you will see the Camp Moriah sign in less than 1/2 mile. Turn R and go slowly down the hill, and you will be there.
For those more “adventurous” types, and those who are driving vehicles with adequate clearance, there is a shorter way to Camp. BUT, you do not need to take this route if there has been much rain because the roads will have a few ruts and be muddy. Come to the junction of Hwy 15 and Hwy 72 in Walnut, MS about 20 miles west of Corinth, MS. This junction will have a traffic light there. From there you will travel 3.3 miles west on Hwy 72, and turn R on County Road (CR) 101 at the sign for “Three Forks.” (See map below.) Take the very first, immediate right onto County Road (CR) 102. Go about 2 miles and take County Road (CR) 113 which forks off to the left and will be dirt/gravel. Go about 2 more miles and you will see the driveway for Camp Moriah on the left. If you come to another fork in the road, you have gone too far.