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Camp For All Ages

Labor Day Weekend

What: Do you ever wish you could experience CAMREC as a camper just like the kids do during summer? Now is your chance! Come out with your family or friends to enjoy a multigenerational gathering including optional outdoor games, campfire songs, nature hikes, water games, a variety show, star gazing, friendly cabin rivalry, faith discussions, and other opportunities such as:

  • ​Two activities led by Jesse and Miles, advocates for ancestral ways of caring for the land and each other. These will include:

    • Sensory Exploration Station - "we are consistently brought to reverence at the sight of miraculous expressions of Creation, but sight is not the only sense are gifted with. We also have our hearing, our touch, our smell, our tase... we will follow a thread blindfolded through the wilderness."

    • Crafting Goldenrod Tallow Butter - We will infuse locally sourced tallow and olive oil with Goldenrod, an herb harvested on-site and used historically to heal skin wounds and prevent infection.

  • Service Project: Painting the New Staff House - In its 4th season of volunteer-based construction, we hope to have the house livable by this winter. Help us make this possible, learn a bit about painting, and join the fun!

Who: All ages are welcome!

Registration:  Register using the link at the bottom of the page. The sooner the better so that camp staff can plan for the event!

Suggested Fee (includes food and lodging for 3 nights): 

  • $100 Ages 13 & up

  • $70 Ages 6 - 12

  • $40 Ages 3 - 5

  • Free for Ages 2 & Under

*If you will participate for less than 3 nights, please adjust the fee however you see fit.

*If cost is a concern, please only give what you are able.

*If you would like to contribute more, that will help support CAMREC's future!

Check in: Anytime Friday afternoon, September 1. Snacks will be provided but not dinner so please plan accordingly. If you need to arrive on a later day, just let us know on your registration!

Check out: Monday afternoon, lunch will be the last prepared meal. If you need to leave on an earlier day, just let us know on your registration!

Meals: Camp will organize a menu and provide ingredients for all meals and snacks. All retreat participants are encouraged to take a turn helping prepare meals, setting up for them, and cleaning up afterwards. Participants may sign up on a rotation schedule upon arrival.

What to bring: Bedding (sleeping bag/single sheets), pillow, towel, flashlight, weather appropriate shoes and clothing.


Optional items to bring: bible, binoculars, instruments, journal, book, craft/sewing/art projects, bicycle, games, day pack, work clothes, swim wear, etc.


Please email Brisa at or call the camp office at (509) 548-7245

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