All Things New
At DuBois Center, campers and leaders strive to live as Jesus lived… in community, putting the needs of others before their own and taking time in the "wilderness" to reflect. We hope they return home inspired to continue to grow in their faith. Our 2013 program theme, ALL THINGS NEW, uses engaging Bible stories and camp experiences to lead campers to discover God at work around them and to explore God's vision for their lives. Campers will realize that God is always doing new things, and that the Spirit of God is with us, ready to guide us always, in all ways.
Who Can Come to Camp?
Camp experiences are offered for persons as young as 5 and as old as 105. Our facilities are open to all persons - no matter who they are or where they are on life's journey. We provide faith-nurturing activities, such as Bible Study, Praise Services, Vespers, and Curriculum sessions. Everyone is expected to participate in these activities. Among our goals is to help all of our campers and staff to develop closer relationships with: God, the camp community, creation, and themselves.
We have three lodging areas for our camps:
This is the main area of the camp on the east side of the lake. There are 4 cottages - each cottage has 2 dorm style rooms with bunk beds, and a central meeting room. Each dorm room sleeps up to 8 persons and has a bathroom/shower attached. Roadside Cottage is accessible. Meals are served in the Oak Lodge dining room.
Includes 8 cabins arranged into 2 villages on the west side of the lake. Each cabin has large screened windows, a ceiling fan, electricity and sleeps up to 8 persons in bunk beds. There is a centrally located shower house that all Rustic campers and staff share. Meals are served in the Rustic dining pavilion.
At the south end of the property, Deer Run has 3 cabins - each sleeping 6 persons in bunk beds. The Deer Run Lodge with a full kitchen and meeting space, and shower house are just a short walk from the cabins. Meals are prepared here or served in the Oak Lodge dining room - depending on the specific camp session.
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