Volunteer

Without our volunteers we would not be able to continue to grow in our efforts to make disciples of Jesus Christ. You can choose to join us for a work day, volunteer for a week of camp, or bring your group to do a work project.

Volunteers are always needed for short-term projects.  Spring, summer and fall are critical times in which volunteers can be utilized for gardening and landscaping. There are also simple maintenance projects to be completed during that time – including carpentry, painting and facility clean up.

To volunteer or learn more: Contact info@lakemichigancamp.org.

Summer Camp Dean / counselor (volunteer) – The heart of our adventure camping youth ministry.  Recruit counselors and develop an unforgettable program that leaves kids: having grown in their relationship with Christ, having had the best summer of their life, and wanting to come back as soon as they can.

Campground Host: Campground Host will assist in customer hospitality and with minor grounds or housekeeping responsibilities. This is a volunteer position of no more than 20 hours per week in exchange of a campsite with electric and water hook-up. Position available from May 1 – October 1.

Contact

  • 5807 Ridge Rd
    Pentwater, MI 49449

    Director, Erik Bengston
    Call or email to make reservations
    231-869-5627
    info@lakemichigancamp.org

  • 231-869-5627
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What a great trip. Can’t wait to hear all about it.

The Tri-Water Adventure Camp has successfully traversed the Manistee River Trail. Now on to their second water adventure the Pine River tomorrow on a raft trip. Thank you all so much for your continued prayers for both the youth and leaders 🙏🏼 Keep checking this post for more pictures as the mobile service is slow tonight and the pics are coming in slowly. ... See MoreSee Less

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Love this! I bet they are are tired. Hope they have the energy to navigate the river. Continued prayers that all of you "meet" God on this journey and that you all return home safe. Looking forward to your report Jolie.

What a trip this must be. It is great to be able to experience God’s beauty with peers who are also in search of a journey.

Lillian Robertson

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