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Who:

Dads, Guardians, Mentors, Uncles bringing a young man/men ages 8 and up to a fun, bond making, iron sharpening, meat eating event,

Why:

A weekend designed for men, both young and old, to have fun, advance skills, and to grow in their relationships with God and each other.

When:

September 23-25, 2022

Check-in at 7 pm Friday Evening

First Chapel Session at 8:30 pm in Cedar Lodge

Head Home 12 pm Sunday

Cost: 

Adult men ages 19 and up:  $80

Young men ages 8 – 18:  $40

Meals Provided:

Saturday Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Sunday Brunch

Note: Let us know if you have any food allergies so we know how we can best accommodate you!

 

Activities

 

  • Tomahawk Axe Throwing Experience
  • Knife Forging
  • Check out a Fat Tire bike and tour the area
  • Go fishing on Hardy lake. (terrific Pike and Panfish).
  • Enjoy our Pedal Go-Cart Races
  • Build Lego projects with our ample supply of Legos.
  • Kick back by the fireplace, get snacks at the snack shop or play board/card games with new friends.
  • Enjoy great food, worship and just hanging with the guys!

And much more…

 

Currently there are NO COVID requirements call or email for information.

2022 Schedule

Friday

7:00 PM – Registration 

8:00 – Walking Tacos

8:30 – Chapel

Evening Activities

Saturday

8:00 – Breakfast

Choose from various activities like Tomahawk Axe Throwing, Pedal Go-Cart Races, Knife Forging, Fireside cooking, and much more!

Noon Lunch

Afternoon activities include Knife Forging, Pedal Go-Cart Races, Fat Tire Bikes, Boating, Fishing, and Enjoying the outdoors.

5:30 – Dinner

6:30 – Chapel

Evening Activities

Sunday

9:00 – Breakfast

10:00 – Closing Chapel

12:00 – Depart

This Years Speaker: Nick Hulce

Nick Hulce has a true passion for sharing the Gospel. Since he is a big kid at heart, he relates well with kids of all ages. He has worked with teens for almost 20 years through youth groups, church ministries, and Bible camps. He enjoyed being Program Director for 4 years at Lake Ellen Bible Camp. After LEC, he felt God’s calling to use his energy and experience to help local churches with their teen ministries full time.

What to bring:

  • Sleeping Bag or Bedding for a double or single bed
  • Pillow
  • Towel and Toiletries (Shampoo, Soap,)
  • Toothbrush and Toothpaste
  • Flip flops
  • Good Shoes/Boots for outdoors
  • Warm clothes
  • Bible
  • Notebook
  • Pen or Pencil
  • Snack money for the Canteen
  • Optional Snowmobile if weather is permitting.
  • Optional Pistol for target shooting, we have locked safe available.
  • Optional bring favorite games to challenge your friends.

Dietary needs

Let us know if you have any special diet concerns, we have Gluten and Dairy free options available!

Campers can also have access to a refrigerator and microwave for food they would like to bring.  (Please clearly label food with campers full name).

Please contact us if you have ANY questions, we would love to help! campjimregistrar@campjim.org or call (218)-829-6767

FAQ

What are the cabins like?

All our cabins have private bathrooms, private showers, heat and air conditioning.

They are carpeted and located within 200′ of a basement or storm shelter.

Most cabins allow parking within 100′ of door for loading and unloading.

What do I do if I find my camper lost something?

Contact the office via phone 218-829-6767 or email camp@campjim.org with name, contact, item description and where camper thinks he/she may have lost it.  We will contact you back and if found return it to you at your expense.  

All lost and found items are disposed of after 30 days.

Policies and what not to bring

  • All campers must attend all required activities like meal time and chapels.
  • Do not bring fire works or drugs, alcohol of any kind.

Hope to see you soon!