4th-of-July Intergenerational Camp is a “come and go” camp for families of all constellations and sizes, including singles, college age, grandparents, any kind of grouping as long as all children under 18 are accompanied by an “adult in charge”.
This is a full service camp, which means bed plus 3 meals and access to two shower-houses. If you need a cabin with a bathroom, register early. Spaces are limited in those cabins. Please join us for a fun, easy, relaxed, playful and renewing time at our own camp on the shores of Flathead Lake. It’s a great place to make new friends and catch up with the old ones. You need to bring bedding, towels, personal shower stuff and cabin snacks for between meal munching.
Activities available are water fun, canoes, paddleboards, wading area for young children, games, talent share, family time, morning devotions, meeting new friends, reconnecting with old friends, crafts, evening campfires with s’mores, Sunday worship and Guided Conversations.
Pre-Registration is required through Vicki Weida. Click here to download registrations form and mail it to Vicki Weida, 730 8th Ave, Helena MT 59601 (or scan it and send it to email@example.com). For questions, call Vicki at 406-439-8390 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Lynn Van Nice is the Co-Dean (406)-442-5643 email@example.com.
Registrations must include a $50 registration deposit. Cabins are shared, and in most cases a family has their own sleeping space. It is a “Come and Go” Camp and registrations may be made for 1-5 nights this year starting with supper Tuesday, July 3rd and ending with Brunch on Sunday, July 8. Meals are included in the price of camp. A few cabins have bathrooms and are available at extra charge; they usually go first in registrations. Only those spaces with bathrooms are guaranteed, others depend on the best assignment of families with like needs. If you have families you wish to stay with, be sure to indicate that on the registration form.
Scholarships are available, be sure to ask either Vicki or Lynn. Last year’s campers were age 3 months to 84 years young.
Costs for 4th-of-July Intergeneration Camp are determined by the number of nights you are at the camp as measured by dinner – through – lunch. We can’t make adjustments for meals missed.
Adults: (19+) $41/night Teens (13-18) $33/night Tweens (10-12) $25/night
Children (6-9) $19/night Pre-School (2-5) $9/night Under age 2: Free
Cabins with indoor bathrooms cost $5/night more per person.
Please be aware liability issues require FLUMC to make the following restrictions: NO PETS, no alcohol and no non-prescription drugs on the campgrounds. Canoes and paddle boards are available, but must remain in the bay. Children and youth need parental supervision in the boats. Adult-controlled canoes may leave the bay, if a Dean has been notified before such a trip. This includes campers using their own water craft. Life jackets are always required when boating, and the camp has a good selection.
Please note: If a camper’s dietary needs require the preparation of special meals (vegan, vegetarian, or gluten-free) there is an additional $5 per day charge to cover the camp’s cost of the food. If the camper can manage the dietary restrictions on his/her own, or will bring their own food for us to prepare, this is not required. Questions? Contact camp manager Steve Hermes at firstname.lastname@example.org or 406-844-3483.
We will send a confirmation letter and more details by email. (If that is not convenient for you, we will mail you a confirmation.)