Adventure Camps

Boy Scouts of America, Michigan Crossroads Council

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137 S. Marketplace Blvd.
Lansing, MI 48917

Contact Information


Name: Bill Licht
Phone: (517) 816-7755


The Michigan Crossroads Council offers a wide variety of outdoor programs to meet the needs & interests of Scouts, Families, and the Community. From weekend activities, to day camps, to overnight summer camps- a wide variety of program opportunities are offered at our year-round camps across the great state of Michigan.

For more information about our camps and programs, go to


Camp Beechpoint

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3212 - 125th Ave
Allegan, MI 49010

Contact Information


Name: Sonya Wentzel - Registrat
Phone: 1.800.991.CAMP


Beechpoint is an action-oriented Christian camp for youth ages 8-14. Each camper will have a blast while they swim, tube, fish, zip-line, or wall-climb. They will enjoy the archery, riflery, crafts, go-carts and boating. The pinnacle benefit, however, is that they will be motivated, challenged, and changed through their relationships with their counselors and through what they learn about God's love for them. We are convinced that lives are changed at Camp! Our hope is that boys and girls from every background will have the opportunity to attend summer camp. To help to make this possible, scholarship assistance is available to qualifying families.

2015 Day Camp Schedule(Monday-Friday) Drop-off:8:00-8:30am Pick-up:4:00-4:30p
June 8-12
June 15-19
June 21-26
June 28- July 3
July 5-10
July 12-17
July 19-24
July 26- July 31

2015 Resident Camp Schedule
Week 1: June 14-19
Week 2: June 21-26
Week 3: June 28-July 3
Week 4: July 5-10
Week 5: July 12-17
Week 6: July 19-24
Week 7: July 26-July 31

Contact us with questions! 800.991.2267 or


Camp Blodgett

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Grand Rapids Office - 1545 Buchanan Ave SW
Grand Rapids, MI 49507

Contact Information


Name: Andrea Robinson, Program Director
Phone: 616-940-9874


Camp Blodgett has been helping kids enjoy their summer on the shores of Lake Michigan for 95 years! Camp Blodgett serves children in Kent and Ottawa Counties. Camp Blodgett is located 45 minutes outside of Grand Rapids at 10451 Lakeshore Drive in West Olive.

At Camp Blodgett, you will enjoy:

  • Biking to the scenic Kirk park
  • Canoeing the inlets of Lake Michigan
  • Swimming in the pool and Lake Michigan
  • Target practice with archery
  • Challenging your inner acrobat on the high rope courses
  • Team building and Tarzan swinging at the low ropes course
  • Fun and challenging workshops, cabin activities and evening events

2016 Summer Camp Dates:
Session One - ages 8-13 - June 13 to 17 - Happy 95th Birthday Camp Blodgett!
Session Two - ages 11-13 - June 20 to 24 - Camp B's Got Talent
Session Three - ages 8-11 - June 27 to July 1 - SuperHeroes Week
Session Four - ages 11-13 - July 11 to 15 - Weird Science
Session Five - ages 8-11 - July 18 to 22 - Disney Week
Session Six - ages 8-13 - July 25 to 29 - Summer Olympics

Camp Blodgett also offers a 4-week academic camp, the Camp Blodgett Summer Academy, designed to minimize summer learning loss for children who will be entering grades 5-8 in the school year following their camp experience. This program runs during the regular camp program and is for children who are looking for academic assistance or an academic challenge during the summer months. Youth must apply and be accepted into the program, live in Kent or Ottawa County, commit to attending all 4 weeks of the program, agree to participate fully and cooperatively, and demonstrate economic need. Those interested are encouraged to apply during the winter months by calling the camp office or emailing the program director at the address below. Acceptance into the program is limited.

Financial Assistance: To ensure that all children have the opportunity to attend summer camp, fees for attending Camp Blodgett are determined using a sliding fee scale based on family income and household size. Transportation is also provided to and from the camp from Grand Rapids for all campers.

For more information, visit or email

Click here to watch a video of what Camp Blodgett is like from a child's perspective: Camp Blodgett.


Camp Geneva

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3995 Lakeshore Dr. N
Holland, MI 49424

Contact Information


Name: Kevin VanderKlok
Phone: 616.399.3150


GENEVA is located in Holland on the shores of Lake Michigan. The goal of each program at Geneva is place campers in relationship with counselors who are on fire for Christ and desire to share that faith with others.

Overnight Camps:
GENEVA offers overnight camps for students in 3rd-12th grades each week of the summer. Each age group has programming specifically tailored to provide your child with fun, new experiences, and the challenge to take a step further in faith.

Day Camps:
GENEVA Day Camp program introduces children to the excitement of Christian camping. Special weeks include a Thursday night overnight for 3rd and 4th grade campers. We also offer a Spanish Language and Culture week for children in Spanish Immersion programs at school or whose families are native Spanish speakers.

Retreats and Events:
Consider GENEVA for your next retreat or event destination. Our retreat ministry staff welcomes the opportunity to partner with you in your planning. We offer two unique sites to serve you - one on the shores of Lake Michigan (GENEVA Shores) and one nestled in a sea of pines (GENEVA Pines). We love to host groups of all kinds, including youth groups, schools, colleges, adults and teams.


Camp Henry

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5575 Gordon Avenue
Newaygo, MI 49337

Contact Information


Phone: 616.459.2267


Located on Kimball Lake in Newaygo, Camp Henry sits on over 200 acres of forests, fields and wetlands. Providing the perfect environment for summer fun! We offer week long camps that include specialty programs such as Wakeboarding & Waterskiing, Soccer, Music, Climbing, and Horse Camps: Service, Adventure, and Leadership opportunities for teenagers from Service Crew to offsite trips around the country to an Assistant Counselor program: plus Day and Mini Camps for younger campers.

The majority of our campers come for "Regular" camp, our week long traditional overnight summer camping program where campers have the chance to experience all of the Camp Henry favorites like boating, archery, arts & crafts, and riding on our Big Banana and Magic Carpet as well as the opportunity to select their favorites from over a dozen land and water activities. We serve campers from ages 5 - 17, with many deciding to enroll in more than one session each summer.

Camp Henry has had the privilege of serving campers, families, and guests since 1937. We believe that a camping experience at Camp Henry has the capacity to transform lives in many ways. With such a concentrated amount of time, a beautiful natural environment, intentional camp programs and activities, opportunities to try something new, and campers being surrounded by positive Christian role models - the combination is perfect for enhancing and positively changing the lives of campers and guests who come to Camp Henry.

Camp Henry welcomes campers of all faiths as well as no faith at all. We don't require, assume, or expect that all campers are Christians or come from Christian families. Our hope is to simply be Christian toward everyone who comes to camp. Our staff members are truly awesome - energetic, encouraging, compassionate, fun-loving, dedicated, hard-working, and full of joy - and can hardly wait to welcome you to Camp Henry - please join us!

Summer Promo Video

Year Round Retreat Opportunities
Camp Henry's intentional programs are designed to allow campers and guests to connect, refresh, learn, and grow. While many camps offer exceptional programs and activities, we take our services to the next level by providing you the opportunity to customize your experience to meet the needs of your group.

At Camp Henry you may rent cabins or lodges. You may opt to use any of our in-season recreational facilities or meeting spaces. You may also choose to have our excellent staff lead programming for your group. We can provide the flexibility your organization requires. Our trained staff are service-focused, attentive to details, and are looking forward to creating an excellent experience. Many leaders in the past have shown appreciation for the fact that all they needed to be concerned about during their time at camp was building relationships with the others in their group - we took care of the rest! Camp Henry is available from mid-August through early June for retreat and outdoor education programming. Limited programming is available from mid-June to mid-August. Please contact us for more information at 616-717-5571.

Year Round Activities

"This was the first time my daughter went to sleep over camp for a week. She went not knowing anyone. She made wonderful friends who she still communicates with and live all over the country. By far the best experience ever!" - 2016 Parent Summer Survey Response

"Camp Henry has had such a huge impact on making me the person I am today. I'm so grateful to have been able to spend my summers on the shores at Camp Henry with the amazing staff and campers. It is truly my second home and my favorite place on Earth." - Katie, Summer Camper


Camp Manitou-Lin, YMCA

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1095 Briggs Rd N.
Middleville, MI 49333

Contact Information


Name: Bill Hinton
Phone: 269-795-9163 ext 9227


A week away at camp is a very special time and is remembered forever. Hidden among the awesome adventures of new friendships, outdoor water sports, horses, climbing walls, and campfires are enriching experiences that teach responsibility, confidence, and self-discipline.

DAY CAMP: Kindergarten- Age 11
Our Day Camp program is the perfect way to fill your child's summer with nonstop activities like canoeing, swimming, nature hikes, climbing the tower, sports, horses, and adventure. Our caring professional counselors supervise kids from one jam-packed day of fun to another.

Horse camp allows campers to not only ride, but learn more about all aspects of horses. Campers learn about tacking, grooming, riding and the responsibilities related to horses. Each day campers will have a chance to try out a traditional camp activity.

Bring the whole family out for a wonderful bonding experience. We offer extended family camp over Memorial Day and Independence Day weekends.

SPECIAL NEEDS CAMPS: (Ages 7-18, 19-26)
Exciting camp activities are adapted from traditional camp and made accessible for those with special needs.

Venture out and experience hiking, backpacking, and campfire cooking. Choose from rustic camping at Yankee Springs State Park, Pine River canoeing, or South Manitou Island.


Camp Miniwanca-American Youth Foundation

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8845 West Garfield Road
Shelby, MI 49455

Contact Information


Name: Liz Marshall and Adam Russell, Girls and Boys Camp Directors
Phone: 231.861.2262


The mission of the American Youth Foundation inspires people to discover and develop their personal best, to seek balance in mental, physical, social and spiritual living and to make a positive difference in their communities and in the wider world.

AYF programs seek to enhance not only a child's skills, but their confidence in themselves and their future, their character, and their connections to other people. Our outstanding staff work to create communities where youth feel supported and empowered to discover who they are and what they are capable of achieving.

As a leader in youth development, Miniwanca inspires people to be their best selves. We achieve this by creating a fun and safe environment where campers will learn new skills and make new friends-and we believe much more is possible! Campers 8-17 will find a progression of age appropriate adventures and opportunities waiting for them. Our philosophy of "Best Self", "Balanced Living" and "Healthy Friendships" is intentionally interwoven throughout the camp experiences.

Miniwanca campers will:

  • Leave with newly gained confidence in themselves

  • Be able to talk about who they are and what they are capable of achieving

  • Discover and develop their personal best

  • Act in ways consistent with their values

  • Help to create a community where trust, cooperation and respect are the foundation

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    Camp Newaygo

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    5333 S. Centerline Road
    Newaygo, MI 49337

    Contact Information


    Name: Kori Swieter, Program Director
    Phone: 231.652.1184


    Because every child should have a safe place to grow into their best self.

    Since 1926 campers from around the country and throughout the world have enjoyed fun filled summers at camp Newaygo girl's resident camp. Our 101 acre camp rests along Pickerel Lake which is snuggled in the Manistee National Forest region, near the town of Newaygo, Michigan. If you like spending time in the outdoors, enjoying the sun, having fun on the water, and making lifelong friendships, camp Newaygo is the place for you. There is more to discover though than just a girls' resident camp, we also offer a women's programs, parent & me and family camps, leader in training program and co-ed day camps!

    Our Mom and Me weekends in June are specifically designed for young children and their moms, grandmothers, aunts or another special female adult. The program offers an opportunity to introduce children (boys and girls) to the joys of camping. Singing around the campfire, canoeing on Lake Pickerel, catching their first fish, or doing crafts together are more fun together when all the planning and preparation are done for you. And, no cooking all weekend!

    For woman who are looking for a weekend to themselves and relax, try our Girlfriends-Get-Away retreats. Spend the night in our campy chic dorms - which are heated and cooled - just a few steps away from our restrooms and showers. Sign up to be pampered with an on-site massage, manicure, or pedicure. Enjoy crafts, waterfront time, hikes, great food, and a beautiful facility with women from all over the country. Camp Newaygo is busy year round with retreats, and family events. Check out our website for our calendar of events!

    Ages 7- 11th grade unless otherwise noted
    Session I: Mini Camp June 20-23 (Age 7-7th Grade)
    Session II: June 24-June 30
    Session III: July 1-7
    Session IV: July 8-21
    Session IVA: July 8-14
    Session IVB: July 15-21
    Session V: July 22- August 4
    Session VA: July 22-28 (Age 7-7th Grade)
    Session VB: July 29-August 4 (Age 7-7th Grade)

    2018 Coed Day Camp
    Grades finished Kindergarten- 7th grade
    Week 1: STEAM 1, June 18th-22th
    Week 2: STEAM 2, June 25th-29th
    Week 3: Star Wars!, July 2nd-July 6th, No program July 4th
    Week 4: Wild About Animals, July 9th-July 13th
    Week 5: I love Lego, July 16th- July 20th
    Week 6: Xtreame Adventures 1! July 23rd- July 27th
    Week 7: splash! July 30th- August 3rd
    Week 8: Xtreame Adventures 2!, August 6th - August 10th
    Week 9: Child vs. Wild, August 13th- August 17th

    Be sure to check out our website at for all the up-to-date information including dates, rates and pictures showing the great time you can have at Camp Newaygo!


    Camp O'Malley

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    7360 Thornapple Dales Dr. SE
    Alto, MI 49302

    Contact Information


    Name: Tim Horton, Director
    Phone: 616-233-9370 x 106 or 616-871-6551


    Camp O'Malley is owned and operated by The Boys & Girls Clubs of Grand Rapids Youth Commonwealth. Camp O'Malley is located just 25 minutes southeast of Grand Rapids on the beautiful banks of the Thornapple River. We are an educationally focused residential summer camp that serves kids ages 6-17. Scholarships are available based on a sliding fee scale which is located on the registration form. If a child qualifies for free or reduced lunch, their weekly rate will start at $40 per week.

    Campers enjoy hiking, biking, fishing, sports, canoeing, climbing wall, high ropes course, low ropes course, arts & crafts, nature exploration, kayaking, swimming, dance, camp fires, gardening, singing songs, and much more!

    Camp O'Malley Summer 2016 Schedule

    Session 1: June 20-23 | MLK Week (Ages 8-12)
    This special session is set aside just for Martin Luther King Jr. Leadership Academy students. A thrilling week of adventure awaits those students who come to experience the best that Camp O' Malley has to offer. Swimming, biking, campres, rock climbing and more! Important: This session does not accept online registrations.

    Session 2: June 27-July 1 | Super Hero Week! (Ages 8-12)
    Grab your suitcase and your favorite super hero costume and fly (or drive) on out to Camp O' Malley. Super Heroes will have to work together and use their amazing creativity to counteract the villains and stop the spread of their negative influences.

    Session 3: July 6-8 | "Where the Wild Things Are" Week (Ages 6-8)
    Let the Wild Rumpus Start! We mean - calling all 6-8 year olds. Come on out to Camp O' Malley for 3 days of adventure and discovering truly what wild things exist at Camp. No need to grow a forest in your bedroom, because we have plenty of forest right here. So come on out and join the fun.

    Session 4: July 11-15 | Holiday Week (Ages 8-13)
    What's this - Christmas in the summer? That's right, Camp O' Malley will be committing a whole week to celebrating some of our favorite holidays along with the festivities and traditions that make these holidays truly special to us.

    Session 5: July 18-22 | "Mission Impossible" Week (Ages 12-14)
    Are you ready for Mission Impossible - not "Rogue Nation" - but Camp O' Malley? Join us as we embark on a variety of special missions with our fellow cabin mates and some pretty cool staff! Whether your mission is to try a zip line for the first time, scale the climbing wall, or just make new friends, our goal at Camp is to help make the Impossible, Possible.

    Session 6: July 25-29 | Survivor Week (Ages 10-13)
    Are you a survivor? Well, come find out for sure at Camp O' Malley's Survivor Week. Throughout the week you will get to complete in friendly competitions to see which cabin is once and for all - "The Sole Survivor"!

    Session 7: August 1-5 | Olympics Week (Ages 8-12)
    Think you have what it takes to compete in the Olympics? Well, perhaps you're not quite ready for the Olympics to take place this summer in Rio, but then there are always the Camp O' Malley Olympics. That's right, this summer the Olympics will be coming to Camp O' Malley and you are one of the featured athletes. Start training and get ready for all of the fun and fanfare that make the Olympics (and the athletes who participate) so special.

    Session 8: August 8-12 | Adventure Week (Ages 8-12)
    Pack your bags and get ready for one of the greatest adventures of your life! Camp O' Malley will be punctuating the end of its summer season with a week full of fun, adventure, and making memories. Help us end the 2016 Camp season in style by signing up today and joining us for an "adventure of a lifetime".

    Registration begins each year in February. You can register online, or request a paper form from our office. Please visit for more information.


    Camp Pendalouan, YMCA

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    1243 E. Fruitvale Rd.
    Montague, MI 49437

    Contact Information


    Name: Bruce Spoelman, Executive Director
    Phone: 231.894.4538


    The summer camps at Pendalouan are where imagination and adventure come alive. With over 90 years of creating great summer memories, Camp Pendalouan has the foundation to provide a safe and treasured summer camp experience. Our traditions build friendships that go beyond a canoe ride to Turtle Bay or sharing a bench and watching flickering stars above the campfire. At Pendalouan, we specialize in helping kids make life-long friends.

    2017 Resident Camps (Ages 7-15)
    June 18-23 - Overnight Camp Session 1
    June 25-30 - Overnight Camp Session 2
    July 9-14 - Overnight Camp Session 3
    July 16-21 - Overnight Camp Session 4
    July 23-28 - Overnight Camp Session 5
    July 30-Aug 4 - Overnight Camp Session 6
    July 9-11 - Bugs 'N Bunks Session 1 (ages 6-8)
    July 12-14 - Bugs 'N Bunks Session 1 (ages 6-8)

    Day Camp 2017 (Grades K-6)

    Sign up for a mix of traditional camp activities and environmental learning, led by professional and well-trained staff. Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

    Swimming, canoeing, rowboats, the climbing wall, archery, songs, crafts, hands-on science, and many other outdoor activities are available to Day campers at Pendalouan. Hiking to Turtle Bay or visiting our horses at the barn round out a full week curriculum that guarantees good memories and tired but happy kids at the end of each day.

    Travel to and from Muskegon-( 560 Mart St, Muskegon, MI 49440) or the White Lake Area Chamber of Commerce (124 W Hanson St, Whitehall, MI 49461) is available for $30 per week. In addition, extended day (early drop-off or later pick-up) options can be arranged.

    June 19-23 - Day Camp Session 1
    June 26-30 - Day Camp Session 2
    July 10-14 - Day Camp Session 3
    July 17-21 - Day Camp Session 4
    July 24-28 - Day Camp Session 5
    July 31-Aug 4 - Day Camp Session 6
    August 7-11 - Day Camp Session 7
    August 14-18 - Day Camp Session 8

    Family Camps (All Ages!)

    From traditional Family Camp to specialty programs like Mom & Kids and Father & Son, Pendalouan's family programs are a unique way to unplug from distractions and connect with those that mean the most!

    Enjoy relaxing on the banks of beautiful Big Blue Lake: paddle clear waters in a kayak or canoe; enjoy wooded paths on horseback; or nap with the sounds of nature in our hammocks and swings. Qualified staff runs fun and safe activities, including: crafts, target sports, high ropes course and zipline, hikes, campfires and outdoor cooking.

    Family Camp
    July 2-5
    July 5-8

    Mom & Kids
    July 14-16

    Father & Son
    July 21-23

    To get a better sense of who we are, please take a look at our Facebook Page, Website, and Camp Blog. We think they will give you a great idea of what kind of experience your child will have at YMCA Camp Pendalouan.


    Camp Roger

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    8356 Belding Rd.
    Rockford, MI 49341

    Contact Information


    Name: Deb Medendorp
    Phone: 616.874.7286


    At Camp Roger, our mission is to encounter and celebrate God's love for God's children through relationships and experiences in Creation.
    Camp Roger has a rich heritage that we would love to share with you. Explore our history and see what shaped us to become the camp we are today. Go on a virtual tour of our grounds or get to know our staff. We are excited to share what God is doing on the Shores of Little Bostwick!

    Contrary to what many people may guess, Camp Roger is busy all year long. Summer Camp is not the only thing that we do. Throughout the year we serve over 10,000 students in our outdoor education program, rent out our facilities, and hold special events. We would love for you to stay connected to our ministry throughout the year.

    What makes Camp Roger so special:

    • Kids meet God at camp: In a setting away from home, a young person can see God with new eyes. We take every opportunity we can to make Camp Roger a place where kids grow in their faith.

    • At Camp Roger, nature is integral. We don't strive to turn up the volume on your child's life. We believe that the simplicity of a game of Capture the Flag or a mucking adventure in Pickerel Lake helps slow kids down. They are then free to just have fun and be ready to be filled up with the wonder of God's creation.

    • Our counselors are impressive young people who know how to mentor kids in their faith while sitting around a campfire, hiking to the bog, or learning to braid. Whether being away from home for the first time or spreading his or her wings on a Pioneer trip, we want each child to finish camp feeling confident and closer to God. That's why we're here.

    • We take our responsibility to keep your child physically and emotionally safe very seriously. Safety and health practices at the waterfront, on camping trips, in the dining hall and throughout camp comply with or exceed state licensing and industry standards. Camp Roger is proud to be accredited by the American Camp Association. Developed exclusively for the camp industry, this nationally-recognized program focuses on program quality and health and safety issues, and requires us to review every facet of our operation.

    For more information, visit Camp Roger's website


    Camp Tall Turf

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    816 Madison Ave. SE
    Grand Rapids, MI 49507

    Contact Information


    Name: Kyle Lim
    Phone: 616.452.7906


    Camp Tall Turf
    Equipping youth for lives of reconciliation in God's world.

    Vision: To pursue and advance God's vision of wholeness, unity, justice, peace and healing for today's increasingly diverse and urban world by rebuilding relationships that make a positive and lasting difference in the lives of youth.

    Youth Camp (ages 8-13)
    Located on the shores of the beautiful Lake Campbell, Camp Tall Turf has been instilling the biblical message of reconciliation in our campers for over 40 years. Our youth camp sessions are specifically designed to teach our campers about the value of diversity. Campers who attend Tall Turf develop critical cross-cultural skills in a fun, safe and engaging environment. In recent years, over 80% of our campers left Camp Tall Turf saying that they befriended someone from a different background than their own. Many of our past campers say that their time at Tall Turf was one of the most transformative life experiences they have had!

    Adventure Camp (ages 14-17)
    Adventure Camp takes the fundamental principals of our youth camp sessions a step further. Designed for teens, Adventure camp focuses on the need for young leaders in the journey of reconciliation. Adventure Campers engage in various team building activities that are designed to break down existing barriers between groups and lays the foundation for relationships of trust and respect. Tall Turf's teen Leader's In Training serve as peer mentors and motivators in this five day session.

    Family Camps (Ages 2 and up)
    Camp Tall Turf offers two unique Family Camp opportunities created to engage the family unit in our mission and vision of reconciliation. All of our Family Camp sessions take place over a weekend to facilitate working families. Family Camp sessions are loosely organized around our curriculum of reconciliation, but also offer lots of time for families to hang out and interact. We believe that one of the best ways to break down barriers is to have fun together! Family Camp sessions are a great way to spend a weekend away with your family, neighbors and community.

    Transportation: Free busing is provided for all summer camp sessions from Grand Rapids.

    Translation Services: All registration materials are available in Spanish.
    Individuals fluent in Spanish are available to assist with registration and answering questions.

    To find more information or register for Camp Tall Turf visit


    Cran-Hill Ranch

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    14444 17 Mile Road
    Rodney, MI 49342

    Contact Information


    Name: Scott Barger
    Phone: 231.796.7669


    Cran-Hill Ranch has a variety of ministries for all ages and is devoted to being a ministry through which God transforms lives into the image of Christ through Youth Camps, Family Camping, Retreats, and Adventure Experiences. It is located one hour north of Grand Rapids. Discover 8 unique weeks of summer camp, over 120 RV sites, horseback riding, climbing tower, swimming, and much more! Cran-Hill Ranch is a member of Woodall's, Christian Camp & Conference Association, The Christian Hospitality Network, Christian Horsemanship Association.


    Girls Scouts of Michigan Shore to Shore, Camp Anna Behrens

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    9841 Colby Rd
    Greenville, MI 48838

    Contact Information


    Name: Demitria Gavit
    Phone: 616.748.3341 ext 133


    Scholarships are available to attend this camp.

    Girls do not have to belong to a scout troop to attend Camp Anna Behrens. A $15 fee is added to the registration fee when girls who are not scouts sign up.

    Our office is located at:
    3275 Walker Ave NW
    Grand Rapids, MI 49544


    John Ball Zoo Education

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    1300 W. Fulton St.
    Grand Rapids, MI 49504

    Contact Information


    Name: Rhiannon Mulligan
    Phone: (616) 336-4300


    John Ball Zoo's Summer Zoo Camp is a unique, hands-on learning experience for children ages 3 years to those entering 9th grade! Each class follows a specific wildlife theme and uses a variety of methods to stimulate the learning process (role-playing, behind the scenes tours, games, stories, songs and more). Special projects are often brought home throughout the week. Each class has their own room with a qualified instructor and educational aide, and will frequently spend time in the zoo and park setting. Day camp and overnight programs are designed for the age students will be at the start of class or for the grade level students will be entering in fall. Class sizes are strictly limited to provide a high quality experience.


    Spring Hill Camps

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    PO Box 100
    Evart, MI 49631

    Contact Information


    Name: Registration
    Phone: 231.734.2616


    SpringHill Camps
    SpringHill Camps is a nonprofit inter-denominational Christian camp with more than 40 years of experience reaching and serving children. All of our programs reach kids through a very specific ministry model, the SpringHill Experience. The SpringHill Experience consists of being God-immersed, embracing, innovative, integrating, professional, and community focused. We possess a passionate commitment to reaching the lost and being relevant as we share Jesus' message of grace, hope and love. Currently, we reach kids through overnight camp property in Michigan and Indiana. We also provide SpringHill Day Camps hosted at local churches and schools in Michigan, Indiana, Illinois and Ohio.

    To create life-impacting experiences that enable young people to know and grow in their relationship with Jesus Christ.

    Overnight Camp: Grades 1st-12th
    At SpringHill we focus on bringing the message of Christ to our youth while offering a cutting-edge ministry. With unique programming, activities and housing, your child is sure to try new things, meet great friends and grow in their relationship with God.

    Day Camps: Grades Kindergarten-4th
    At SpringHill's Summer Day Camp kids have five full days of SpringHill fun right in their hometown. This is one week out of the summer they will never forget. From the Climbing Wall and Flying Squirrel to Six Square, wild water games and stretching their creativity through cool crafts - they will have more fun than they can imagine while meeting new friends and learning more about Jesus.

    Family Camps:
    At SpringHill, we've made it easy for you to build unity, have fun and experience God as a family! At our family camp you'll spend quality time with each other, have interactive sessions and learn how to strengthen your relationships as a family with Christ at the center.

    -Memorial Day Weekend: May 25-28, 2012
    -Summer Family Camp: July 13-15, 2012
    -Labor Day Weekend: August 31 - September 3, 2012

    Special Needs:
    All young people are made in the imagine and likeness of Christ and deserve to feel complete worth regardless of where they are spiritually, physically, emotionally, or socio-economically. Our value of embracing all kids is something that constantly shows Christ's love throughout their experience at SpringHill.

    We understand the economy is uncertain. With discounts, friends for $50, scholarships and payment plans - we want to come alongside your family to help your kids experience camp this summer.

    Retreats and Events:
    SpringHill not only offers weeks of summer camp, but also short weekend retreats with that same SpringHill Experience condensed for groups and families.

    Guest Groups:
    Rent us! Have you ever considered bringing your Girl Scout troop or sports team to camp? Let us design an amazing retreat for you that will create a memorable experience for everyone. We have had several groups, churches and schools come to camp over the last few months that have had an amazing time!

    Check us out on Facebook!
    Read our president's blog!


    The Salvation Army Little Pine Island Camp

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    6889 Pine Island Dr. NE
    Comstock Park, MI 49321

    Contact Information


    Name: Les Chase
    Phone: 616.784.1404



    • Cook over a fire
    • Canoe or paddle boat on the lake
    • Attend a campfire meeting
    • Take a boat ride
    • Catch a fish
    • Learn to shoot a .22 rifle
    • Watch the sun rise and set
    • Go stargazing
    • Take a hike
    • Triumph the high ropes course
    • Explore with a GPS
    • Participate in a conservation Project
    • Use a compass
    • Learn to shoot a bow and arrow
    • Finish the challenge course
    • Swim in the lake
    • Be a good citizen



    YMCA Camp Pinewood

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    4230 Obenauf Rd.
    Twin Lake, MI 49457

    Contact Information


    Name: Erik Bengston
    Phone: 231.821.2421


    Camp Pinewood is a YMCA camp located in northeastern Muskegon County. Since 1925 Camp Pinewood has served the children of Michigan through summer, youth group, school, and retreat programs. Our summer programming provides a wonderfully diverse setting for children to develop relationships with their peers from across the world. Camp Pinewood provides both one and two weeks sessions for campers ages 5-17. We teach dozens of outdoor classes utilizing our beautiful 200 acre property and 45 acre lake.

    Transportation from Grand Rapids may be available upon request. We never turn away campers for a lack of funding - please see our Financial Aid application on our website!


    Grand Rapids Community Foundation

    185 Oakes St SW
    Grand Rapids, Michigan 49503

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    Grand Rapids Community Foundation's
    Mary I. and David D. Hunting Family Fund

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