Rocky Bottom Retreat and Conference Center of the Blind (RBRCCB) is nestled in the picturesque foothills of Sassafras mountain in northern Pickens county. This 30-acre campus is the perfect setting for recreational and educational activities. Its natural environment is enhanced by two richly flowing creeks which border the property, offering delightful acoustic and scenic beauty.
RBRCCB is a perfect destination for anyone who wants to experience the natural beauty of Southern Appalachia with cozy, rustic facilities. This campus consists of five buildings, a children’s play area, basketball court, putt-putt course, pool, gazebos, mountain trails, and a fishing pond.
Our campus is located a short drive from Asheville, Brevard, and Pickens, which offer outstanding shopping and dining experiences. For those seeking outdoor adventure, visit nearby Pisgah National Forest, Table Rock State Park, or hike to the summit of Sassafras mountain (The highest point in South Carolina). RBRCCB is the perfect choice for individuals, church groups, scout troops, business conferences, and organizations to work, play, and learn while also enjoying the refreshing mountain atmosphere.
Since 1979, RBRCCB has served as a relaxing getaway for the blind of South Carolina. This retreat and conference center is affiliated with the National Federation of the Blind of South Carolina. RBRCCB is the only campus of its kind, owned and operated by the blind. Our campus is supported by rentals and donations. Use our PayPal link to make a tax exempt donation or book your next stay with us, today.