WILDERNESS/ CAMP TRIPS
The possibilities are endless when you customize your trip! We offer many activities whether it's on land and/or water, we have it all! Mix and match activities that best fit your groups needs.
Head down to Bull Shoals Arkansas and you will spend 5 days on Bull Shoals Lake cliff-jumping, snorkeling, water skiing, wakeboarding, tubing, and even learning how to barefoot water ski. Your houseboat provides an excellent atmosphere for small group discussion in the morning as well as large group worship sessions on the roofs of the boats during sunset. Take a look at this video to get a better idea of what this trip involves.
The Wolf River offers six different sets of rapids that will challenge individuals as they work together to guide their raft through daring whitewater. For the more adventurous participant there will be an opportunity to swim in a number of the rapids including a large waterfall at the end of the trip.
Venture out on the Wisconsin River where participants learn to paddle and steer their canoe. Spend one to four days paddling and camping along the many sandbars. This trip provides many opportunities to grow your group together. The unique experience of camping on a sandbar island will give your group an experience they won't forget.
Begin your time with a sea kayak safety and skills course and then head out on to Lake Superior where you will paddle your single or double kayak through the Apostle Islands. The miles of sandstone cliffs riddled with sea caves is a magnificent sight.
Maximum group size: 16
Spend several days in the deep wilderness of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area in Minnesota. Learn basic paddling, portaging, orienteering, and wilderness camping skills as you paddle and portage across multiple lakes. This trip provides your group with a true wilderness experience and is idea for discipleship training, small groups, or parent/child excursions. Maximum group size: 8
Board a float plane in Nestor Falls Ontario and land on Waterfall lake. After taxiing past a 50 foot waterfall, spend several days at our log cabin outpost canoeing, fishing, and using God's creation for some extended time in prayer and solitude. Maximum group size: 12
Canoeing at the lake
Paddle across Devil's lake, eat lunch and have some fun swimming before heading back to camp.
Canoeing at the river
Take a trip down the Wisconsin River then stop to eat lunch and have some fun swimming before heading back to camp.