Our Camps

Trossachs Gospel Camp focuses on providing an enjoyable camping atmosphere for people to build relationships with one another, and to connect with Jesus in a meaningful way.

Gospel Camp: June 28 - July 1

Our GOSPEL CAMP will focus on old time hymns, prayer & intercession, teaching and fellowship. All are welcome, but please note that there is no children or youth programming at this camp.

Camp on-site check in and registration begins at 3:00 on the 28th. Camp ends after lunch on the 1st.

Speaker: Graham Beke, River House of Prayer, Inc.

Worship by Graham & Friends

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Family Camp: July 26 - 29

Our FAMILY CAMP will feature more programming and activities for all ages. In the past this has included preschool and kids' ministry, wide games, swimming, a family talent show, and more.

Camp on-site check in and registration begins at 3:00 on the 26th. Camp ends after lunch on the 29th.

Speaker: Jon Laframboise, Harvest Culture Ministries

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Worship: Anastasya Laverdiere

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Children's Ministry: Pastor Rob MacGregor

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PRE-CAMP

The camp is available for those who would like to stay on the grounds just prior to the Gospel and Family Camps (June 26-28 and July 24-26). There is no programming or meals, but guests can enjoy the grounds, and spaces will be provided to cook your own food. Please note that this counts as a separate booking for $30 a night, and you may not have the same cabin as you would during the full camp.

Explorer Camp: July 3-5

For those new to the camp experience, it is like a multi-day sleepover filled with opportunities to make new friends, try out new skills, and deepen your faith. It is important to us that children not only receive a well-rounded camp experience, but that they understand:

  • they have been created with a purpose
  • that they are loved
  • that they can have a relationship with God which will give them strength to walk through life's challenges.

Our days begin at 7:30 a.m. and are full of activity. Our lively morning and evening services include music, dramas, object lessons, and life giving messages. Other activities include swimming, archery or riflery, zip line, wide games, and the opportunity to learn a new skill such as dance, visual arts, sports, and a whole lot more. In the past we've made box cars and our own boats!

Explorer Camp lights are out no later than 9:30.

Explorer Camp begins at 10:30 a.m. on July 3rd. We have a final service on July 5th at 2:00 that everyone is welcome to join us for. Camp officially ends at 3:00 p.m.

Speakers & Directors: Rob & April Howard

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Adventure Camp: July 8-12

For those new to the camp experience, it is like a multi-day sleepover filled with opportunities to make new friends, try out new skills, and deepen your faith. It is important to us that children not only receive a well-rounded camp experience, but that they understand:

  • they have been created with a purpose
  • that they are loved
  • that they can have a relationship with God which will give them strength to walk through life's challenges.

Our days begin at 7:30 a.m. and are full of activity. Our lively morning and evening services include music, dramas, object lessons, and life giving messages. Other activities include swimming, archery or riflery, zip line, wide games, and the opportunity to learn a new skill such as dance, visual arts, sports, and a whole lot more. In the past we have made box cars and our own boats!

Adventure Camp lights are out no later than 10:30. Once a week we have a campfire with a few extra surprises to follow.

Adventure Camp begins at 2:00 p.m. on July 8th. We have a final service on July 12th at 2:00 that everyone is welcome to join us for. Camp officially ends at 3:00 p.m.

Speakers & Directors: Rob & April Howard


Teen Camp: July 15-19

Teen Camp encompasses programming for both Junior (entering Gr. 6 to entering Gr. 8) and Senior (entering Gr. 9 to entering Gr. 12) age groups. Much of the daytime involves separate services and activities focused on the needs of each age, and the evening combines the group with wide games and a larger youth service.

Activities include swimming, paintball, wide games, campfires, a games room, lazing around in hammocks, a talent show, lame jokes, archery, and more!

Morning Speaker: Jordan Culham

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Evening Speaker: Emmanuel Sanchez sanchez.jpg


*Please note that all of our children's and teens camps are closed. This means that during camp programming, in compliance with our abuse prevention policies, visitors are not permitted. Everyone is invited to the final services for all camps, starting at 2:00 p.m. the last day. Thank you in advance for respecting these policies and our committment to ensure a safe environment for our young people.

Trossachs Camp Meeting Association wants to provide the most affordable camp experience possible, especially for our children.  We charge far less than it actually takes to run the camp and bring in the quality programming we believe our children deserve. We thank you in advance for considering this ministry and for any donation you are willing to make.

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