Flat Rock Campground was established by the Methodists circa 1876 and the tabernacle was built in 1879 by A. B. Lashley. All of the historic tents are gone from the property today, but the camp meeting is still active.
The John G. Davis Dining Hall served thousands of meals to attendees over the years. I’m not sure if it is still in use.
Decorative brackets are found at all corners of the tabernacle roof. They’re quite stylish for such a utilitarian structure.