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NEW

Family Camping

July 10-22, 2022

Family and friends are important.  Too often both can get drowned out by the business of every day life. Pine Brook Camp invites you to relax and reconnect with family and friends on YOUR TERMS!

 

Summer 2022 our facilities will be available for family camping. This is not a typical family camp program, rather, it is family camping at your own pace.

 

We envision families coming alone or connecting with multiple families for a fun adventure. It could be a small group from your church or a small family reunion to get all the cousins together! Our goal is to help you and your loved ones have an affordable, relaxing camping experience.

 

We hope you will join us this summer!

Experience Nature

Choose your level of accommodations. We have rustic cabins and tenting sites available. (sorry no RV hookups at this time).  Please call for availability!

 

Rustic Cabins: each cabin is equipped with 5 bunkbeds. There is no power in the cabins so bring a lantern!

 

Tent Sites: each site has a 12x12 platform as well as a fire pit.

       

 * Toilet, sink and shower access will be available within a short walking distance from cabins and tent sites.

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Experience ACTIVITIES AND ADVENTURE

There are many activities available at Pine Brook as well as numerous state parks, hiking trails, waterfalls, lakes and rivers within an hour drive. If you prefer to have the details of a day trip planned for you, we will be providing several “join us” options that you will simply need to sign up for!

Swimming

Archery

Hiking

Biking

Canoeing

Kayaking

Gameroom

Ropes course

Fishing

Disc Golf

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Experience Options and Flexibility

COST

Cabin Rental

       Per week: $150

       Per night: $35 (2 night minimum) 

Tent Site

       Per week: $100

       Per night: $25 (2 night minimum)

* A week is 6 nights.

* To rent by the night there is a 2 night minimums

DAY CAMP

If you have children ages 6-11, Day Camp may be a great option!  You may choose to have your kids join our day camp program while the adults and teens go out on their own. Day camp is from 8-4, Monday-Friday. It’s a great way for your kids to make new friends and gives mom and dad the opportunity to relax. 

Day Camp for camping families is at a discounted rate of $95 per camper.

FOOD SERVICE

You may choose to bring a grill or camp stove and  prepare all of your meals at your cabin or campsite OR you may eat meals in the dining room for an additional cost.  You can choose to eat all of your meals or just one or two each day.  Meals will be available by signing up ahead of time and pre-paying.

FOOD COST

     

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TESTIMONIALS

"My daughter and I were blessed to be part of Family Camping for a week and Weloved it! Tho she did not take part in the official day camp program she had many new friends to play with, looking forward to running off to the game room or inviting them back to our site & congregating around the fire pit to have s’mores that night! Some days we cooked our own food on our camp stove, and others meals we joined in with the rest of the camp and ate in the dining hall! I loved reconnecting with old friends and making new friends! We can’t wait to talk w our friends and plan which week we will attend again next year. Thank you Pine Brook Camp for this new family tradition!"

Miranda Spencer

“I have so many memories of coming to camp as a kid, it was really special to be able to return and experience it with my whole family now that I have children of my own.”

Melissa Fuller

"A little piece of heaven on earth. I grew up at camp. Being there with my children flooded my heart with memories! Such wonderful memories!! Reminders of years of blessings! My boys loved day camp! My daughter loved being there. Walking around, playing with other kids. I got to see people I haven’t seen in a long time, meet their kids and reminisce. I can’t wait to do it again!"

Hannah Hunting

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