Camp Sessions

Camps

Mission Experience - (June 13-16, 2018)

Grades 6-adult

Come and experience camp in a whole new way! We will be partnering with local churches and going into the surrounding community to work on a project for someone in need. Learn more about missions while learning new skills, teaching and mentoring others, and helping those in need. This opportunity is open to everyone, 6th grade – adult, and all skill levels are needed, beginner-professional. This is a great camping opportunity for families, youth groups, college students, and teens who would like to earn volunteer hours.

Paper Registration Form
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Deans: TBD contact Erica Thomas with questions
906-323-6521
director@campmichigamme.org

Camp Michigamme Day -(June 16, 2018)

Everyone is welcome

Help us kick off the summer season with the celebration of Camp Michigamme Day! All are welcome to join us for worship in Hampton Chapel followed by a scrumptious lunch. There will be an auction full of exciting items to bid on. All proceeds from the auction will go toward serving the campers of 2017. There will also be a multitude of camp activities going on for all and is a great way for new campers and families to see what Camp Michigamme is all about. It’s a fun filled day for the whole family!
Register Online

906-323-6521
director@campmichigamme.org

Senior High - (June 17-23, 2018)

Grades 10-12

Join us for an amazing week at an awesome place with great people! As one camper put it, “I’m going to my favorite place on earth!” At Senior High Camp you’ll experience love and acceptance as you enjoy crazy games, bonfires, swimming, crafting, coffee house, dance night, high-energy worship and so much more. As you do you’ll grow closer to God and each other. Hope to see you there. Invite a friend!

Paper Registration Form
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Deans: Autumn Lake
(906)370-1864
alake@hancock.k12.mi.edu

Science Explorations - (June 24-30, 2018)

Grades 6-9

Discover science the fun way as we perform experiments and explore God’s creation all around us. Life sciences, rocketry, ham radio, lots of camp fun and more!

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Dean: Rev. Ted Trudgeon and Pastor Pete Lemoine
(906) 988-2533
aa8yf@yahoo.com

Teddy Bear - (July 1-2, 2018)

Age 4 – Grade 2 with Adult(s)

An exciting introduction to Camp Michigamme for children and adult companions. (Children must be accompanied by adult, one child per adult highly recommended.) You’ll experience a typical camp day and an overnight. Campfire, crafts, worship and great Camp Michigamme food are just part of the adventure. This year’s theme will be revealed as we get closer to July!

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Deans: Rev. Kristi Hintz
(906) 225-1344
khintz@mqthope.com

Michigamme Survivor - (July 6-8, 2018)

Grade 7-Adult

Spend three days immersed in the wilderness, hiking, paddling, cooking over a fire, and sleeping in the shelter you built. This new program at Camp Michigamme is for those who are looking for adventure and wanting to learn about survival techniques, backcountry best practices such as leave no trace, and an introduction to wilderness first aid. Whether you have summited Mt. Everest or just a hill in your backyard, all outdoor enthusiasts are welcome. Each day will involve an excursion by foot or boat with both team and individual challenges that will help you grow in your knowledge, experience, and faith.

Paper Registration Form
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Dean: Erica Thomas and Mike Deatrick
(906) 323-6521
director@campmichigamme.org

Mini Elementary - (July 10-13, 2018)

Grade 3-6

Camp EDGE (Experience and Discover God Everywhere). Packed with fun and games, this camp is perfect for young, first-time campers. Learn about God and nature and make new friends at Mini Camp.

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Deans: Kelsie Coccia
(906) 458-1992
kacoccia18@gmail.com

Summer Games Leadership Development - (July 14-21, 2018)

Grades 11-College

With intense training and supervised practical application within Summer Games Camp, youth acquire the skills needed to lead, mentor and build team for small groups. These skills translate readily into leadership in the local church, school and community. Participants must be nominated by pastors or church leaders. If you have youth ready to step up to learning this kind of leadership, contact Erin Randall to nominate them for this year’s camp or fill out the form below!

Nomination Form
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Deans: Erin Randall and Stephanie Booth
(715) 212-3720
sgcdeans@gmail.com

Summer Games - (July 15-20, 2018)

Grades 4-10

There are games to play, friends to meet and fun to do! Campers build close relationships with their small group leaders who help and care for the campers. The emphasis on building Christian relationships has campers commenting that Summer Games is “a wonderful place to make friends and have fun.” Dynamic worship and being surrounded by acceptance and love have campers saying, “Summer Games is life changing because when you leave you feel closer to God.” To sum is up, Summer Games is about having fun, building relationships, getting closer to God, lots of mentoring, and being accepted as God’s awesome creation.

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Deans: Erin Randall and Stephanie Booth
(715) 212-3720
sgcdeans@gmail.com

Junior High - (July 22-28, 2018)

Grades 7-9

Lifelong friendships are formed at Junior High camp through cabin living and fun activities. Campers join small groups in order to plan activities for the rest of camp to enjoy, such as morning chapel service and the newsletter full of memories. Mornings bring creative crafts, Bible studies, archery, hiking, and other camp activities. Afternoon free time at the lake is a blast with swimming, canoeing, kayaking, and beach volleyball. Sports lovers can play ultimate Frisbee or soccer at the field, and everyone can enjoy being immersed in nature on a hike to beautiful Mount Baldy. Campers have the opportunity to serve each other and share their talents during the evening programs of games, skits, the dance, the banquet, and communion. As the day comes to a close, campers sit around the crackling campfire and reflect on a devotional message and their own relationships with Jesus Christ.

Paper Registration Form
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Deans: Jeremy and Jenifer Brady
(920) 897-4416
jjabrady@gmail.com
Eric Lynch
(906) 553-9311
ealynch2394@gmail.com

Elementary Camp - (July 29-August 4, 2018)

Grades 4-6

Experience Christian community while spending a week in God’s great outdoors. Activities are designed of both first-time and returning campers and include games, swimming, boating, crafts, hiking, making a “home in the woods,” outdoor adventure activities, singing, and learning more about God with friends both new and old. Campers will return home with great memories, new friendships, and a chance to have made or revived a commitment to Christ. Bring a friend!

Paper Registration Form
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Deans: Rev. Ryan and Rev. Elise Edwardson
(906) 786-0643
pastor@escanabacentral.org

NEW! P.R.A.Y. The Good Book Camp - (August 2-4, 2018)

Grades 1-5

Come join us as we learn all about The Good Book in God’s beautiful creation! You’ll have the chance to go hiking, swimming, boating, shoot a bow and arrow, learn leatherworking, learn to whittle, and cook over an open fire!
We are partnering with P.R.A.Y. to provide a three day two night camp immersion experience for elementary age boys to learn about The Good Book and earn the merit badge for it. P.R.A.Y. is authorized curriculum for Boy Scouts of America and all boys are welcome to partake in this exciting adventure regardless of whether they are in Boy Scouts or not!

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Deans: Rev. Ron Fike and Marlene Deatrick
(906) 346-6314
basketlifter@yahoo.com

Scrapbook Retreat - (August 10-12, 2018)

Adult Women

You are invited to join us for this women’s scrapbooking weekend to retreat away at Camp Michigamme, and have time for yourself to share warm, wonderful Christian fellowship with experienced and beginner scrap bookers alike! In our beautiful setting at Grace Hall overlooking Lake Michigamme you will have plenty of room to spread out your supplied and/or use ours to create seven themed pages that will inspire you to share your faith- or maybe you’d rather just use this dedicated time to scrapbook on your own using our equipment and enjoy the fellowship and freedom to sit down to healthy and delicious prepared meals and snacks. All this is included along with time to enjoy nature and worship together – join us, you’ll be glad you did!

Paper Registration Form
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Dean: Gayle Maloney
(906) 370-6208
johnandgaylemaloney@yahoo.com

Quilt Retreats - (August 13-16 & August 16-19, 2018)

Adults

FULL (Waitlist available) August 13-16 Quilt Retreat I
August 16-19 Quilt Retreat II

Love to quilt? Love to quilt with friends, old and new? Come to Camp Michigamme to quilt with others in the camp’s beautiful lakeside setting- a perfect place for refreshing your spirit! You may work on your own project or the project quilt that we pick for the camp retreat.
NEW in 2018! There will be an overlap in time between the first retreat and the second retreat to allow for a shared lunch and worship service! Yay for fellowship time with fellow quilters!
If you are registering for both sessions online, please email Erica as you will get an error because they overlap in time. Erica can get you past that and registered. HURRY because space is quickly going.

Paper Registration Form
Register Online Here for Session I
Register Online Here for Session II

Dean: Jean Trudgeon
(906) 988-2533
jat5004@yahoo.com

Harmony Retreat Health and Wellness Camp - (August 23-26, 2018)

Adults

Come and explore balance in life with us!Join us to experience true harmony through practical activities and lessons that address all components of the human being. Learn how to create, develop, and nurture a healthy lifestyle that includes your spiritual, emotional, physical, and mental well-being. Harmony Retreat focuses on YOU and how to be a healthier, happier YOU long into the future.

Our teachers, speakers and instructors include United Methodist pastors and spiritual professors, physical therapist, registered dietitian, yoga master, fitness instructor, massage therapist, and wellness coach. Each day includes a worship service, fitness classes, special lectures on a variety of healthy lifestyle topics, interactive experiences, recreational sports, prayer & meditation, social activities, and time to relax. It’s time to use your “personal” days or better yet your “sick” days from work for a real life experience. Leave the kids at Grandma’s house and go back to summer camp yourself!

Bring a friend or a sister and help us to spread the word and invite others – this weekend will change your life.

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Deans: Pat Waeghe and Nadine Waeghe
(906) 280-1112
harmonydeanpat@yahoo.com

Emmaus Walk Retreats- (September 14-17 & 21-24, 2018)

Men Sept 14-17/Women Sept 21-24

For more information regarding these retreats, please email the camp director.
director@campmichigamme.org

Fall Retreat - (September 29-30, 2018)

All ages (families)! Grades 7-12 welcome without an adult

Recharge your spiritual batteries with a weekend of camp fun! The fall colors are outstanding, and the fun is non-stop. This is a great chance to reconnect with your summer camp friends before the winter snows kick in for real. This is also a great time for the family to take a weekend to enjoy quality family time together within God’s beautiful creation!

Youth Paper Registration Form
Adult Paper Registration Form

Deans: TBD
director@campmichigamme.org

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