As we come back together in 2021 – it is fitting that this year’s theme for camp is “CONNECTED”. Our guest speaker Steve Maxwell will walk us through “our response to who God is, why we were created, and what He has done to ‘keep’ us connected to Him!” 

Register for camp using our Google Form.

Schedule

You are welcome to come for any number of days.

24

July 2021

Saturday


All Day — Getting setup & acquainted

25

July 2021

Sunday


 11am-12pm — Worship & Communion

 6:30pm — Evening Lesson

26 & 27

July 2021

Monday – Tuesday


 7-7:30am — Morning Devotional

 9-9:50am — Bible classes for all ages

 10-10:50am — Songs: Children & Praise

 11-11:50am — “How-To” Classes for kids

 Noon-5:30pm — Lunch & Free Time

 5:30pm — Potluck Dinner

 7-8pm — Evening Lesson together

8-9pm — Skits, silly songs, & devo

28

July 2021

Wednesday

7-7:30am — Morning Devotional

 7:30am-7pm — Free Time 

7-8pm — Evening Lesson together

8-9pm — Skits, silly songs, & devo

29 & 30

July 2021

Thursday – Friday


 7-7:30am — Morning Devotional

 9-9:50am — Bible classes for all

 10-10:50am — Songs: Children & Praise

 11-11:50am — “How-To” Classes for kids

 Noon-5:30pm — Lunch & Free Time

 5:30pm — Potluck Dinner

 7-8pm — Evening Lesson together

 8-9pm — Skits, silly songs, & devo

31

July 2021

Saturday


 All Morning — Clean up, Say Goodbye and  Return Home ‘Connected’

Amenities

Campsite

There are multiple campsites at Irondyke. Each site is primitive with no hookups and is big enough for a tent or camper. When you pick your site you can develop it to fit your needs each year.  Here’s a map of camp. 

Food

Each family brings their own food. You will eat your own breakfast and lunch. Typically we share an evening potluck style meal together at the A-frame but you can eat your own food for dinner too. If you need food there is a store in Union only 13 miles away.

Water

Potable water is available at camp. Bring a hose to fill your camper when you arrive. It tastes great!

Sanitation

There are portable toilets throughout camp with a hand sanitizer in each. There is also a shower house where you can take a hot shower.

Additional FAQs

 

What happens with kids?

The design of our family camp is for families to be together. The morning classes are divided by age group but the rest of the day can be used for families to be together. There is a craft time for the kids just before lunch as well. The kids also spend time hanging out together throughout the camp.

What is there to do during free time?

Many of the kids will go to the river each day for free time. They float down stream, explore, and splash around. Multiple parents go to supervise. Others will play a variety of games or rest at camp. There are some trails that you can find wild huckleberries around camp. Both La Grande and Union are close with shopping and activities.

What kind of clothes should I bring?

Days tend to be hot and evenings are chilly so remember a jacket. The camp is primitive so wearing closed toed shoes is advised. If you are going to the river bring a swimsuit and water shoes. Also dress modestly.

What is the cost?

Registration is $20 per person or $50 per family. There is also a silent auction of handmade items that ends on Thursday. The proceeds from the silent auction go toward the upkeep of camp and fund future projects. If you want to donate an item to the silent auction, bring it with you to camp.