Camp Flintlock, located on sixty-eight acres of pine trees and fields in Johnston County, gives campers an opportunity to experience life as a colonial North Carolinian. The campers, ages nine to fifteen years, attend for one week. Boys and girls attend on alternate weeks. There are no video games, televisions, or cell phones. Campers dress as colonials and learn how to shoot a musket, throw a tomahawk, make leather crafts or rag dolls, cook chicken, and make homemade bread. Tim Langdon, founder and owner, started the camp in 1999.