Pioneer folks have a chance to return to beautiful Wallowa Lake Camp from Thursday through Sunday, August 5-8! Thursday is optional and the event ends with Sunday lunch. Because accommodations and personal situations vary, it may also be best discuss details with registrar Karen Hindman at [email protected].
Cost varies by type of lodging, number sharing it, and length of stay. Yurt cabins (single or double) rent for $95 or $115 per night, including linens. Family groups or cohorts of friends share the cost of their particular lodging. Adults pay $31 for three great meals each day, but special donations will allow kids to eat free. More basic lodging and RV hookups are available for less.
Meals, morning worship, evening events, and campfires will be shared with your church family. During the day, folks may roam the area or just take in the mountains and the scent of pine boughs with friends. The gondola to Mount Howard, miniature golf, go-carts, bumper boats, horses, boat rentals on the lake, time at the beach, exploring Joseph’s shops and galleries, and hiking trails are all nearby.
Wallowa Lake Camp will be meeting or exceeding state and CDC safety guidelines. Adults and youth are also urged to get vaccinated before attending. Leaders are working hard to make this a fun and meaningful time.