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Family Camp

June 29-July 1st 2024


Now the parents can be campers too at this lively camp for families! Kickstart your summer with a family adventure at our Rough Acres Family Camp. You'll enjoy just the right balance of free time and optional planned activities, all in the beauty and peace of the Rough Acres property. Come see what camp is all about and experience the highlight of the year for your family!

This years chapel speaker is Pastor Bradley Bergen from Lakes Community Church. Brad (Iceberg) and Cristyn (Hoot) will be joining us for the weekend with their son Luke!


Free for Ages 0-2      

$65.00 for Ages 3-12

$85.00 for Ages 13+


Featured Activities

  • Waterfront activities including swimming, canoes, kayaks, paddleboards, water trampoline, and the Rockit!   

  • Optional sports, games, and field activities.

  • Ping Pong, Volleyball, Foosball, etc.

  • Chapel sessions including singing, teaching & interaction.

  • Social mealtimes with delicious food!

  • Fireside songs and visiting.

  • Hike up Barret Hat, through the field trails, or around Irrigation Lake

Choosing your Accommodation

  • Families have the choice of bringing their own tent or RV (no hook-ups), staying downstairs in our main lodge, or staying in cabins. You can decide on your accommodation and request roommates if desired at the time of registration. Registration fee is the same for all accommodations.

  • Downstairs Lodge Rooms: These rooms are ideal for families who want to be near to the indoor bathrooms at night. Our rooms are doubled with a door in the middle for privacy between families. There are also two dormitories with beds for 10 people in case of large groups.

  • Cabins: Our cabins are ideal for families who prefer extra privacy and a quieter place to get away. The cabins are heated by woodstoves if needed and all have nearby outhouses, with the bathrooms in the lodge being a short walk away. Many of the cabins do not have power plug ins, but do have lights. 

  • If you have further questions about accommodations, please contact


What to know for Family Camp

  • We have lots of snacks and a “tuck” shop where pop, candy and ice cream, and camp shirts can be purchased so you may want to bring cash or change.

  • We may not have a lifeguard on duty depending on availability. Use of our waterfront is done so at your own risk and all children must be supervised by an adult while in or near the water.

  • Use of all our waterfront equipment requires use of a life jacket/PFD. We have PFDs available, but if you prefer your own please feel free to bring them.

  • There is no wifi available at Rough Acres Bible Camp. Although we do recommend that you stay present with your family during your stay, there is a strong cell phone signal for those needing to connect online during the camp. The camp phone is only available for emergency use.

  • Indoor shoes or socks are required for the dining hall; barefeet are not allowed inside the lodge.

  • Although we acknowledge that pets can be an important part of a family, pets are not permitted on camp property. Please find someone to lovingly care for them during your stay at RABC.

  • If you or your family has any food allergies and requires a special diet, please contact camp to make arrangements or to receive a copy of the menu so you can provide alternatives. We cannot guarantee that we will be able to accommodate special diets.



What to Pack for camp

Your own bedding (dorms/cabins have twin bunks and 1 double bed), Bible, alarm clock, flashlight, water bottle, personal items, appropriate footwear (including indoor shoes/slippers/socks-required for inside the lodge), clothes & shoes for varying weather, swimsuit and towels.


RABC is a place to have a good old fashioned time of fun, to meet new friends and experience God’s Creation. ​For this reason we ask you NOT to bring:

  • Pets.

  • Chewing gum is not permitted at camp.

  • Alcohol, drugs including marijuana. (Smoking cigarettes/vaping is permitted in the designated smoking area only).

  • Knives or weapons of any kind.

  • Materials with violent or vulgar content.

Clothing and belongings should be clearly marked with the camper's name so they can be returned if misplaced.  Unclaimed lost and found will be donated after 2 weeks if the bin becomes full.

Checking in/Check out

If you wish to settle in the night before Family Camp starts, you may check in on Friday, June 28th between the hours of 7:00pm-9:30pm. However, no supper will be provided on Friday as camp is does not start until the following day.

If you plan to check in on Saturday morning, please arrive any time after 7:30 am. Because you will need to check in, please inform us if plan to arrive later in the day.

Camp ends after breakfast at 10:00 am on July 1st (Only Breakfast is provided on Monday).


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