Miracle Mountain Ranch Christian Camp Taking Donations After Arson

08.06.13 | Sarah Harnisch

One of the premier Christian horse camps in the country, Miracle Mountain Ranch in Spring Creek, Pennsylvania, was set afire over the weekend, allegedly by a 16 year boy from Johnstown. That teen is expected to face charges later today. The camp lost 3 barns, 6-thousand bales of hay, and 30 small animals-- including 2 calves. No horses were hurt. It happened Saturday just hours after 175 campers went home.

If you would like to contribute to the Ranch in any way, gifts may be sent to the office at 101 Rodeo Dr. Spring Creek, PA 16436, or donate online here.

If you have a donation of hay or other supplies please contact their office at 814-664-7673.

This is a statement from the ranch: "We fully intend to rebuild with God’s direction and provision and would like to thank the many who have already come alongside us with gifts and encouragement. We would appreciate your continued prayers through this time."

These are photos of the buildings before the fire:

Critter Corral

Livery Shed Annex

Mustanger's Feed & Seed








These are photos of 2 of the buildings after the blaze: