Blue Bronna Swag - t-shirts, hoodies, caps and toques. Order online and have it shipped to camp for a pick up at a later date or have it shipped to your home. The store closes July 31st. Click here to get yours.COVID-19 Update Summer camps for 2020 are cancelled. We will be opening up Willow Creek on June 19th and Coat Creek being on June 26th for Family Rentals. Both will be available until August 30th. For details and registration, click below.
Two site locations allows us to provide exceptional adventures every time. From extreme hiking to mountainous equine pack trips, you will have a different adventure each and every time you visit us. No two days are the same! Learn more about what our sites have to offer here.
If you enjoy camping but are looking for a few more amenities, our Willow Creek site is for you! This site enables you to enjoy the adventure of wilderness camping with a few more comforts.
Wilderness camping truly at its best! Want to experience the adventure of a lifetime? Come out to our wilderness site! You will sleep in cozy wall tents, complete with bunks and a wood stove.
Our packing program is one of the most unique aspects we offer. These trips allow you to experience some remote and amazing parts of God's creation.
Whether you are looking for a summer camp to build your outdoor skills, do some climbing, or spend your time with the horses we have lots of options for an exciting camp experience! From age 8 through 17 we have many options available.Check it out
Looking for a family getaway in the mountains where Mom and Dad can actually relax? Spend your summer vacation with us in the wilderness.Check it out
Based on a five day camp.
Please do not bring things like phones, iPods, or expensive/cherished items that may be lost or broken(i.e. journals, jewelry, etc.). We would like our campers not to be worried about items being in danger of damage while at camp.
How much riding experience do I need to be on a pack trip?
At Willow Creek - no experience is needed but you will be expected to learn how to catch, brush and saddle their own horses and be comfortable riding for up to 1-2 hours. The day rides we do include going up and down steep terrain.
At Coat Creek - some experience is needed and you need to be prepared to ride for up to 8 hours.
Campers will need to be ready to live in the wilderness which includes going to the bathroom outside, helping with chores like harvesting firewood and setting up camp.
Do you provide subsidies and/or sponsorships for campers who can't afford to come?
We do not want camp fees to keep someone from attending our camps. We only have a certain number of sponsorships available each summer. If you are in need of financial assistance to come to camp or send your child please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We don't attend church; will we feel out of place? Will my child feel pressured to believe in your faith?
Many of our campers do not attend church, a fact which we take into consideration when we plan our programs and camps. No camper will forced or coerced into making any decision at camp. We do our best to include each camper and strive for an inclusive, loving environment in which each person feels accepted and appreciated.