July 4-7, 2019
Family Camp (Thursday - Sunday)
Spend 3-Nights of incredible fun with your family! Families choose options like camp staff led activities from archery to deca-ball, canoeing to challenge course. Plus there are morning breakout sessions led by Ben Freudenburg, his wife, his adult children and their kids. Ben is currently Director of the CUAA Center for the Family. Ben is also the author of The Family Friendly Church.
For one session, this year older youth (teens) enjoy their own adventure program & Bible study led by CC Staff and younger children will have their separate program each morning. There is a nursery for babies and toddlers if requested. Sorry, no pets during this weekend adventure. Check-in after 4:00 pm on Thursday. Plan on a few family friendly fireworks at the beach early evening (and the annual lake resident boat parade). Check-out prior to 12:00 noon on Sunday.
COSTS 3-Night (Thursday - Sunday morning)
Base Camp Bunkhouse Style Cabin (Includes 7 Meals)
Family Campground Wooded Electric Sites (Includes 1 Meal*) $114
Family Campground Lakefront Electric Sites (Includes 1 Meal*) $145
Family Campground Full Hook-up Sites (Includes 1 Meal*) $145
Sites available: Family Campground Tent, Pop-Up Trailer & RV Sites
Click here for Family Campground Site Dimensions
If you register for your family to stay in a bunkhouse style cabin or for a campground site with meals, please note that meals will be served at the Lodge (8:00, 12:00, 5:30).
Remember to leave all pets at home.
Camp Concordia sits on Half-Mile Lake. The Base Camp has 9 bunkhouse style cabins that sleep about 8 each and have a short walk to use the girls and boys bathrooms. The Family Campground has a pavilion and modern (but rustic) restroom/shower facilities. Each campsite has a fire ring, picnic table and up-to-date electric. Many with 220v.
CAMPGROUND LIMIT: One family and one tent/RV per site. One vehicle per site. 8 people per site (MI statute). Day Guests must be registered and pay a registration fee. (Visitors of campground users are considered Day Guests.) You may contact the office for individual site information, size and additional campground policies.