Bring your work gloves, positive attitude, and willingness to help make Paradise Point Camp ready for the season (and maybe a heavy coat). Opening Camp is a work weekend, there will be no camp programming available and any youth must be supervised at all times.
The hard work our dedicated volunteers offer during Opening Camp ensures that Paradise Point Camp can prepare on time for a full season of youth, family and adult camps. Registration fees help cover additional snacks and beverages to fuel the hard working volunteers.
4TH OF JULY CAMP
Avoid the crowds and soak up some summer sun at 4th of July Camp. Paradise Point Camp provides a small firework display; please don't bring your own.
Opt-in to camp programming like archery or the adventure course and celebrate fellowship hour with fellow adults while camp staff provide games for young campers.
FAT GOOSE CAMP
This weekend is a great opportunity for members from the entire Episcopal Diocese of Idaho to join the longstanding tradition of a camp weekend and fellowship. This is the best time of year for huckleberry picking, SUPing and challenging yourself or your friends on the high ropes course!
Curious about the origin of the name "Fat Goose"? The story is told as part of the camp program, but you can get a sneak peak with our video linked here!
Connect with yourself, the Holy Spirit, and wonderful women from around the state. Opt-in to activities and programs that feed your soul. Find respite under the Milky Way or push yourself on the adventure course, and don't forget to toast your new friendships at fellowship hour.
Women 18+ are invited to make Women's Camp their annual girl's trip.
LABOR DAY CAMP
Be wowed by the fall colors at Labor Day Camp. Opt-in to programming like archery and the adventure course or spend your time at the waterfront soaking in the last rays of summer. Celebrate fellowship hour with fellow adults while young campers play games with Paradise Point Camp staff.
Labor Day Camp is a great way to send summer off in style.
LGBTQIA+ families and campers can enjoy a weekend of fellowship, camp joy and community at Pride Camp. The central Bath House is gender neutral and opt-in camp programming as well as supportive chapel and liturgy sessions are offered. While allies are welcome, we prioritize members and families in the LGBTQIA+ community for Pride Camp. Children must attend with an adult.
Curious about the Episcopal Church and our LGBTQIA+ community? Check out this website for more information.
Help put Paradise Point Camp to bed for the winter. Closing Camp is a work weekend that helps ensure Paradise Point is cleaned, prepared, and all buttoned up before the snow sticks. There is no camp programming available and any children must be supervised at all times.
Many hands make light work, as the saying goes. Register today to be a part of a fabulous team of volunteers that make hard work fun! Closing Camp fees help provide additional snacks and beverages to keep volunteers fueled for the weekend.