Let’s GO to Confirmation Weekend
Students 6th-12th grade who are ready to make their confirmation enjoy a weekend at Lake Michigan Family Campground including activities, music, and God-filled conversation.
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Grace Outside recently hired Allison Vitale as full-time program director for the Michigan-based camp and retreat ministry. The move represents a commitment to growing the spiritual experiences for summer campers and retreat guests at all the Grace Outside destinations.
Summer Camps for All Ages
Discover Fun, Faith & Adventure
Bethann, Camper Guardian
“She loved fire time in the evening when they met to sing and talk about God.”
– Bethann, Camper Guardian
Alec, Middle School Camper
“I now have a greater understanding how God would like us to live, and it is easier to pray about my struggles.”
– Alec, Middle School Camper
“Our daughter’s overall experience was wonderful. She still hasn’t stopped talking about it…the highlight of her summer!”
“We were thrilled to know that she felt so accepted by other campers. She loved the experience and plans to return next year.”
Michigan Area United Methodist Camping
“Campers of all faith backgrounds (or none at all) are welcome at all events and locations.”
– Michigan Area United Methodist Camping
Retreat Participant 1
“Beautiful facility in a spectacular location. Very accommodating and friendly staff. Great meals.”
– Retreat Participant
Isaac, Summer Camper
“My favorite is morning worship. I get to sing and dance and praise God.”
– Isaac, Summer Camper
“One of my family’s most favorite places to be! We have been going here for 30 years! Beautiful setting!”
“I learned that serving others is the best fuel for your relationship with God.”
“I will be an advocate at our church to get other kids to attend next year.”
“When we picked the kids up, their first question was, ‘When can we go back to camp?’”