A beautiful, rustic summer camp on a peninsula in the Payette Lake, Paradise Point Camp offers a wide range of experiences for campers to exercise their bodies and minds. Come and take part in building lifelong friendships, trying new activities and connecting with God's creation. A ministry of the Episcopal Diocese of Idaho, Paradise Point Camp welcomes campers and guests of all faith and non-faith backgrounds.
Youth Camps, Leadership Development Programs, Family and Adult Camps
2023 Extra Adventures!
Camp families can opt-in for an additional fee to send their camper on an off-site extra adventure during the camp session.
Youth Camps 1, 2 and Teen Camp: Horseback trail ride.
Great for beginners, view the Payette lake from horseback on a 2 hour trail ride. Campers are supervised by camp staff and professional trail ride staff. Campers will wear helmets while riding.
Youth Camps 3, 4 and Teen Camp: White water rafting.
Campers will experience the adventure of Idaho's extraordinary white water on a trip down the Cabarton section of the Payette River. Campers will be supervised by camp staff and lifeguards as well as professional river guides. Campers will wear helmets while rafting.
YOUTH & TEEN CAMPS
Overnight camps for kids aged 7-17
& Beginner's Camp (5-7 years plus adult)
Leader in Training, Staff in Training and Junior Staff programs for campers aged 13-17
FAMILY & ADULT CAMPS
Enjoy Paradise Point with your whole family
Use your time and talents to help make Paradise Point Camp the best it can be
Since 2011, Paradise Point Camp has been an American Camp Association accredited camp, upholding the highest industry-wide standards for safety and professionalism.
Paradise Point is a proud member of the Episcopal Camps and Conference Centers nonprofit organization.
Paradise Point is a Camp Mental Health Certified Community. Paradise Point counselors and staff have all been trained in LEAD's Camp Mental Health Certification (CampMHC) that introduces them to common risk factors, warning signs, and the prevalence of mental illness in adolescent campers.
Paradise Point Camp's Inclusivity Statement
Paradise Point values and respects the dignity of all individuals, which includes all races, denominations, gender identification, and sexual orientation. We do this by training and educating our staff, notifying all participants of our programming, and reinforcement of these values when necessary. We use pronoun introductions and are inclusive of trans* and non-binary people (campers, volunteers, and staff).