Wholehearted Camping

Wholehearted Camping

A family-style campground experience that reflects the heart of God.

What Is Wholehearted Camping?

This is an invitation for families and individuals, to come onto our campground and experience the love of God, and commune with people who want to serve you during your time here. It might look like a regular camping experience, but the people you meet and the incredible God that we serve could change your life forever.

It is our desire that lasting relationships begin at camp, most of all a relationship with Jesus Christ. We want you to enjoy your time at camp, the outdoors and the beauty, but also the interactions with wonderful staff and friendly campers who are available to fill your physical, emotional and spiritual needs. You will observe a genuine desire for our staff to walk with God on our campgrounds and serve you in a way that will speak to your heart and soul.

There are numerous activities available, and your level of involvement is up to you. Come and create lasting memories out on the water, participating in many of our free activities, or being able to find peace and rest.

Dates for Wholehearted Camping:

  • July 1 – 20, 2021
  • August 5 -17, 2021

Check-in Time is 2:00 – 8:00 p.m. Early check-in is not guaranteed.

Check-out Time is 12:00 noon. Late check-out is not available.

Choose your length of stay – how long you stay is completely up to you!

Bookings must be made by someone over 18 years of age. All campers must be accompanied by an adult at all times while on the grounds.

What accommodations are available?

  • We have RV and Tent sites available, with 15 amp hook-up, and sewage disposal site.
  • We also have basic cabins for rent. Our cabins sleep between 2-10 people. They have single-sized bunks, as well as double/queen-sized beds.

What are the prices for camping?

  • Comfort camping inside one of our cabins: $45/night (small cabin), $65/night (large cabin), $85/night (lakeside cabin)
  • Serviced RV/Tent site (15 amp hook-up, sewage dumping site, access to fill your water tank): $45/night
  • Booking fees included in price

Are there meals available?

There will be no meals available. We will have a camp store open during the day to offer snacks and hot food items.

Our Canteen is CASH ONLY, so don’t forget to bring cash for yummy snacks!

Ex. of snacks:

  • Ice Cream
  • Hot dogs
  • Chips
  • Candy
  • Chocolate Bars

Is there a place to cook my own food?

Our cabins are not equipped with kitchens or proper ventilation systems. There is no cooking allowed inside cabins.

There is amply space to cook and BBQ outside your cabins. There are some fire pits available but you may also bring your own. Bundles of wood are available for purchase.

There are a limited number of fridges inside cabins. Every cabin has power. You will need a cooler or you may bring your own fridge.

There are multiple locations around the camp where water is available. All the water on the grounds is potable.

What free activities are available?

Our campground is on lakefront property surrounded by forest. The following options are available to campers at no extra cost.

  • Kayaks, canoes, and paddleboards.
  • Trampolines
  • Fishing at the T-Dock. You may bring your own fishing equipment. Licenses are available 5 minutes down the highway.
  • Nature trails for walking and biking
  • Evening fireside services.
  • Attendance dependent wide games for kids and youth
  • Horseshoes, gaga-ball and 9-square
  • We have a sports facility where equipment is available for self-led use.

More Activities

  • We are offering horse trail rides that are $15/person for an hour block. During that hour, you will be given instruction in the corral by our wrangler, followed by a scenic ride through our forested trails.

Horse trail rides will need to be pre-booked as part of your registration process.

  • There is a boat launch 5 minutes away from the campground. You are welcome to bring your own boat; however, insurance and safety is not the responsibility of the camp.

Can I have a campfire?

We don’t have fire pits available for every cabin/RV site. We do, however, have multiple community campfires around the grounds that will be available for use.

We have complementary firewood available.

Can I bring drugs or alcohol with me?

We do not allow any drugs, including legalized cannabis, or alcohol to be consumed or possession of these substances while you are on the camp grounds.

Can I smoke/vape?

Smoking and/or vaping of tobacco and cannabis is strictly prohibited in the buildings, and around the grounds.

We have a designated area for smoking and/or vaping of tobacco only.

Please note: If you have any symptoms (https://www.alberta.ca/covid-19-testing-in-alberta) that may relate to Covid-19, have been out of the country 14 days before your booking at camp, please do not come onsite. If you are part of the population that is more at risk of contracting Covid-19 (those who are immunocomprimised, the elderly, and those with underlying medical conditions), we strongly recommend that you do not attend Moose Lake Gospel Camp this summer. If you choose to participate, you do so at your own risk.

For more information on our COVID-19 Precautions, refer here: https://mlgc.ca/covid-19-precautions/

Put your feet up and enjoy a campfire with beautiful views.

Experience Comfort Camping – Stay in a cabin, tent, or bring your RV!

Campfire services to share the Heart of God.

Do you fish? Fishing Licenses are available 5 minutes away.

Canoes and Kayaks for use on our lakefront property.

Times of sharing, singing and teaching that reflect the love of Jesus Christ.

We have plenty of wood for campfires. Our grounds are also surrounded by beautiful forest.

Try your luck at paddleboarding, or gaze at the water while relaxing on the beach.

Feeling Lonely? Tired? Broken?

Try a new way of camping. Experience faith and community.

Do you have more questions? Don’t hesitate to ask!

(780) 812-0625 {Stacey & Jeremy}


More information….

Access to the Camp is directly off Highway 660 in the Municipality of Bonnyville Alberta. Rural address: 47311 HYW660


2021 Dates:

May Workbee: May 21-24
Prayer & Fasting: May 24-30
Men’s Retreat: June 11-13

Family Camp #1: July 24 – 30
Family Camp #2: July 30- Aug 2
Wholehearted Camping: July 1 – 20, Aug 5 – 17

Family Camp Check-In: @ 2:00 pm

Family Camp Check-Out: @ 1:00 pm

Wholehearted Camping Check-In: @ 4:00 -8:00 pm

Wholehearted Camping Check-Out: @ 12:00 noon

Serviced Site/night
  • – 15 Amp hook-Up
  • – Water filling Station
  • – Sewage Dumping SIte
  • – Drinking water on site
  • – Indoor bathrooms near
  • – Shared Firepits & Picnic tables accessible
Small Cabin/night
  • -Single bed over single bed bunk
  • -Double/Queen bed
  • – Drinking water on site
  • – Indoor bathrooms near
  • – Shared Firepits & Picnic tables accessible
Large Cabin/night
  • -3 to 4 Single bed over single bed bunk
  • -Double/Queen bed
  • – Drinking water on site
  • – Indoor bathrooms near
  • – Shared Firepits & Picnic tables accessible
Lakeside Cabin/night
  • -Lakeside Views
  • -Single bed over single bed bunk
  • -Double/Queen bed
  • – Drinking water on site
  • – Indoor bathrooms near
  • – Shared Firepits & Picnic tables accessible

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