Family Camps at Willow Creek


12kms down Hwy 532 south of Longview

This camp is located at our Willow Creek site where you will stay in cabins or wall tents. This site has all the amenities that a family could need including indoor plumbing at our washhouse, showers and covered eating and campfire areas. Come enjoy the company of your family, build relationships with other families, encounter God through dynamic teaching and worship times and build memories that will last.

We will be renting out the camp to 7 families at a time to come and enjoy some great time as a family.


$125 per day maximum per family includes all accommodations, food and activities.

Otherwise: $50 per night per family; Food $4 for Breakfast, $5 for lunch and $6 for supper - all per person.

Activities: Horses and Rock Climbing $20 per person per time, canoeing and archery $7.50 per person per time. All other activities are free.


Horseback riding, real rock climbing and rappelling, canoeing and kayaking, archery, hiking in the mountains, axe throwing, games, family cookouts, and Chapels twice a day.


Rent a cabin or bring your own trailer. The cabins have 5 bunk beds and either a double bed or two single beds. They have lights and heat but no washroom facilities. There is a washhouse in the main building which has full bathrooms and showers.

Food Services

Cook your own food at your trailer, over a fire, use our food services or a combo of both.

If you use our Food Services, you are served your food in our kitchen and then you eat outside as a family at a large round table under a tarped area.

Arrivals and Departures

Arrival time is at 4:00pm or later on your first day.

Departure time is by 2:00pm on your last day.

COVID Procedures

All campers are to fill out a medical form before they come that has questions related to COVID and if they do not meet all the requirements, they are asked to contact the camp to rebook at a future date.

All campers are to sanitize their hands as soon as they come onto the site.

Sanitize stations are located at the Cook house, the Barn, the chapel area and the washrooms.

Families eat at separate tables outside. They will have a couple of camp staff members as their hosts that will sit with them.

We schedule one family per activity unless there is enough wide-open space to have two families at that activity – horseback riding, canoeing and hiking.

We have enough chapel benches for each family to sit by themselves.

One family is allowed into the bathrooms as a time.

No masks are required.

Typical Daily Schedule

8:00am Breakfast
8:45am Chores—horses, dishes
9:30am Optional short Chapel and Family Devotions
10:15am Activities open
12:20pm Line up at Cook House
12:30pm Lunch
2:00pm Activities open
5:00pm Activities close
5:20pm Line up at Cook House
5:30pm Supper
7:00pm Optional group games on the field
8:00pm Optional Chapel/Snack
Snack is free for everyone
Hangout Time
10:30pm Quiet Time

Dates Available

We are open for families to come 7 days a week. You are free to stay for as short a time as you like or up to 7 nights during the summer. We have 5 cabins for rent. The other 2 of the 7 families will need to be those who have trailers.

The dates below will change as we book up and we will not be updating these dates on the website.

You will be contacted by the camp registrar if you are registered or if you need to pick other dates or shorten your stay.

  • June 17th to June 30th
  • July 1st to July 25th
  • July 29th to August 22nd

Sundays and Mondays

Our staff have off from Sunday at 2:00pm to Tuesday at 7:00am. There are no Food Services during this time. We have fire rings as well as a BBQ that you can use. We will have a wash station available as well as our picnic tables.

Activities available during this time include: canoeing and kayaking, archery, hiking in the mountains, axe throwing, sports equipment and a host of activities that you can do as a family - GaGa Ball pit, Darts, Hike Cougar Hill, Sports equipment - Lacrosse, soccer, football, baseball, Frisbee,etc, Crafts, Table games and more.

There are no chapel services Sunday evening nor at anytime on Monday. There is a camp host available these two days to get you set up with what you need.