Chester Height Camp Meeting Historic District

Chester Heights Camp Meeting Historic District is a historic Methodist camp meeting located in Chester Heights. The district includes 101 contributing buildings. The buildings are in a vernacular camp meeting style of architecture, with notable examples of the Gothic Revival and Queen Anne styles. Public buildings include the contributing Tabernacle (1878), Dining Hall (1900), Youth Tabernacle (1909, and dormitory. Most of the contributing buildings are cottages, built starting in 1876 and until about 1920.

It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2001.