Family Camps in Indiana

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Camp Lakewood

Grow Together.

Camp is an opportunity for family members to share an exciting, meaningful experience—all with the purpose of growing closer to Christ. From fun waterfront activities to family devotions, camp is designed to connect family members around fun and faith.

We see the entire experience as an opportunity to encounter God, who is still relevant in our everyday moments.

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Family Camp @ Camp Lakewood

Camp Lakewood 6815 S. 1100 E., Wolcottville, IN, United States

FAMILIES of all ages welcome.

CHECK IN: June 22; 2pm-2:30pm CHECK OUT: June 24; 2pm

Mother/Child Camp @ Camp Lakewood

Camp Lakewood 6815 S. 1100 E., Wolcottville, IN, United States

MOMS, grandma, aunts, and kids 0-8th grade welcome.

CHECK IN: July 27; 2pm-3pm CHECK OUT: July 29; 2pm

Father/Child Camp @ Camp Lakewood

Camp Lakewood 6815 S. 1100 E., Wolcottville, IN, United States

DADS, grandpa, uncles, and kids 0-8th grade welcome.

CHECK IN: August 25; 5pm (dinner at 6pm) CHECK OUT: August 27; 2pm

Ministry Family Camp @ Camp Moneto

Moneto Camp & Retreat Center 551 Camp Moneto Road, Nashville, IN, United States

FAMILIES with a parent in ministry, all ages welcome.

CHECK IN: October 12 CHECK OUT: October 14

Family Camp FAQ

What about laundry and cell phone reception?

There is no laundry at camp, so make sure to pack everything you think you’ll need! Parents keep their phones for camp, and reception is generally good enough to send and receive phone calls and texts.

Does it cost extra to do the activities?

No, it does not cost extra. All activities are included in the cost of summer camp.

Who can attend family camp?

We have different family events available at different times. Check out our events to learn what’s available this season.

What if someone in my family has food allergies?

Please feel free to contact us before signing up if you need to discuss dietary concerns.

We offer a standard menu and do not offer celiac or vegetarian menus at this time. If you or a family member has doctor-directed dietary meal concerns, please contact the Camp Manager at your camp location to make arrangements for bringing food to supplement our menu.

What do we need to bring to camp?

Each family will get an email with a packing list for their particular camp. You’ll want to make sure to pack a sleeping bag/bedding, pillow, modest & weather-appropriate clothing, water bottle, clothes for being outside at night (i.e., jeans and long-sleeve shirt), rain gear, tennis shoes, flip flops for showers, toiletries, towels (shower and beach), one-piece swimsuit, sunscreen, bug repellant, flashlight, Bible, pen & paper, money for merchandise, etc.