Children’s Camps (Ages 8-11)

Children’s Camp has the potential to have a huge positive impact on a child’s life, creating lasting memories. Our staff are trained to not only attempt that your child has the time of their lives, but also focuses on your child’s spiritual needs. During this week at camp, your child will get to experience activities that they may not normally get to experience, such as: canoeing, tubing, boating, sleeping in a cabin, campfires, wide games, and more. Aside from these energy-filled activities, your child will be given ample opportunity to encounter God. In addition, 0ur staff will be there to help your child answer any questions they may have about God and Christianity.


Your child can expect to begin the week by picking out a bed in their cabin, which they will call home for the week. Whether your child has been to camp before, or this is the first time, they will be met with new friends and a new cabin leader.

Each morning begins with breakfast, followed by a cabin cleaning contest; Chapel; and, an assigned cabin activity (tubing, crafts…), all before lunch. The afternoon holds the “Canteen” (store); assigned cabin activity; all-camp activity; free-time; and supper.

Each evening, there is another Chapel service, followed by “Mug-Up” (hot chocolate & cookies); and often a campfire. All the moments before, during, after, and in-between are filled with new lasting camp memories!

July 19 & August 9:

  • Registration – 2:00pm

July 24 & August 14:

  • Family Chapel Service – 10:30am
  • Complementary Lunch to follow
  • Camp Ends – 1:00pm


An Example of a Day at Camp:

8:30    – Breakfast
10:00  –  Chapel with cabin leaders and staff
11:00   –  1st Activity (i.e. boating, horseback riding, crafts)
12:00  –  Lunch
1:00     –  2nd Activity (i.e. beach volleyball, canoeing)
2:00     –  Canteen (store) / Free time
2:30    –  All camp activity (i.e. field game, capture the flag, slip & slide)
4:00     –  Free Time
5:30     –  Supper
7:00    –  Chapel with live music and a session with a guest speaker
8:30    –  Mug-up (hot chocolate & cookies) / Camp fire                                       10:00 –  In Cabin & Lights Out

Published by mooselakegospelcamp

Moose Lake Gospel Camp has been, and continues to be, a non-profit since 1934. MLGC was started as a means for church communities to come together in worship & fellowship. MLGC is now an outreach to the community in which it is located, reciecing children & youth from all around the surrounding area. We provide a safe and fun summer experience for all ages, and we desire to see many more new faces in the many years yet to come.

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