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United Methodist Church Camp

Detroit Annual Conference Camp, 2015

It's Getting Hot Out There... Cool Off at Camp!


Camp Scholarships are available!

Here are the links to the scholarship applications and some information about how and where to apply:
Camp Scholarship Information
CUMC Camp scholarship application
2015 DAC Campership App

Why Go to Camp?
Take it from the kids who went to camp last year!
On our end of camp surveys, 95% or more of our camper reported:

  • They like the small group activities
  • They grew in their relationship with God as a result of their time at camp.
  • They learned ways to serve God and others.
  • They felt close to God and others at camp.
  • They had fun.
  • Their camp experience was good or excellent.

UMC Camp

Camp Themes:

  • For a great first time camp experience try Teddy Bear Camp for grades k-1, Grandparent Camp for grades k-4 or a Mini Camp for grades 1-3!

  • Like to "horse around?" Do it at camp! Camp Kinawind and Judson Collins Center have Horse Camps for grades 6-10 and farm camp for 3-5th graders.

  • Camps aren't just for little kids! Check out the many opportunities for grades 10-College. Kayaking, Backpacking, Canoeing, Adventure Camp, Buddy Camp and Counselor-In-Training are just a few of these events.

  • Need Christian family camping opportunities? Try a camping weekend at Judson Collins Center for Memorial Day or over the 4th of July. How about walking across Mackinac Bridge during the Camp Kinawind Family Bridgewalk. If you need something a little less structured, try Myers Lake Campground, open from May through October. If you don't have a RV or tent, rent a cabin.

  • If you're an adult and you think the camps in the 2015 Camp Catalog sound fun, but you're not in the right age group, call to see if you can volunteer! Volunteers can receive a discount for their children to attend a camp. Also check out our adult and family Fall/ Winter?Spring events on-line at