Down the Forestry Trunk Road by Livingstone Campground.
$75 per night per family.
Activities: Horses and Rock Climbing $25 per person per time, canoeing and kayaking, $10.00 per person per time. All other activities and equipment usage are free.
Horseback riding, real rock climbing and rappelling, canoeing and kayaking, hiking in the mountains. You are free to bring your own horses.
Arrangements are made with the Program Director at Willow Creek when you can take part in the activities.
Canvas wall tents with mesh bunk beds and a wood stove.
Cooking and eating area – both areas are tarped and the eating area has benches. The cooking area has a trailer equipped with all the cooking supplies you will need. There are tables to prepare and serve on and an altar to cook your food.
There are no washroom facilities except an outhouse.
You will need to bring and cook your own food. Drinking Water will be provided by the camp.
Arrival time is at 4:00pm or later on your first day.
Departure time is by 2:00pm on your last day.
Horseback Riding – we would send a wrangler or two for whatever time you want to ride and for how long you want to ride.
There are no chapel services available at the Coat Creek site. We, as a Christian camp, encourage you to take time each day in family devotions. Material will be available in the trailer when you come to the site.
We are open for families to come certain weekends and weekdays in June, July and August. You are free to stay up to 4 nights during the summer or more if there are no more bookings around your time.
The dates below will change as we book up and we will update 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.