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ADULT FALL RETREATS

SEP. 18-22 | SEP. 25-29

What to Expect

Each fall, Gitche Gumee Bible Camp is proud to host two separate five-day retreats for adults. We provide engaging and highly trained teachers to speak during our daily Bible meetings. This will truly be a week for you to come, rest, and refresh yourself in the Lord.   

Guided Tours

Take a tour around the Keweenaw Peninsula and learn invaluable historical insights into the Copper Country and its local attractions. 

Fantastic Food

Every day you'll enjoy tasty, home-style meals for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Mealtimes provide an excellent environment for building new relationships and fellowshipping with old friends. 

Great Bible Teaching

The teaching of the Word of God is a priority at Gitche Gumee. Each week we have a highly trained and exciting speaker planned to bring you the truth of God's Word both morning and evening.

Fun Fellowship

Every evening includes scheduled times for fellowship. We understand the need for community in the Body of Christ and want to provide times for relationships to be built and harbored.  

One of a Kind Shopping

From locally roasted coffee to handcrafted art, you'll be sure to find something in our area that will remind you of the great time you had at Gitche Gumee. Come eager and leave with a unique Copper Country memory.

Registration

To register for an adult fall retreat, please contact the Camp Office at 906-337-0527.

Meet our Speakers

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Dr. Don DeYoung       Theme: Exploring Creation

September 16-20

Don DeYoung holds an emeritus science faculty positon at Grace College,
Winona Lake, IN following a career in teaching and research. He is a graduate of
Michigan Tech, Grace Seminary (MDiv), and Iowa State University (PhD,
physics). Don has written 21 books on Bible-science topics including object
lessons for kids.
Don is past president of the Creation Research Society with worldwide
membership. He speaks on a broad range of Bible-science topics and believes
that the details of nature are a powerful testimony to the Creator’s care for us.
Don and his wife Sally have three married daughters and ten grand and great-
grandchildren. His activities include kayak-fishing and wilderness backpacking.

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Dr. Les Ollila

September 23-27

Bio Coming Soon

Costs and Accommodations

Costs and Accommodatins

The pricing listed is based on the minimum number of guests for each cabin. The listed price includes housing and program costs. Meal plans are an additional $120 per person. Meal plans are required of all campers staying in cabin or dorm units. Meal plan prices are per person and cannot be shared.

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Eagle's Nest

One of our newest and largest cabins, located right by one of the best thimbleberry picking trails in the world!

Capacity: 6-16 people

Base Cost: $765

Meal plans required for all campers.

From:

$765
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Standard Cabins

Capacity: 4-8 people

Ojibway, Blackhawk: $380

Capacity: 3-6 people

Kitchitikipi, Seminole, Winnebago: $350

Capacity: 2-4 people

Chippewa, Wyandot, Illinois, Otsego, Hopi, Onondaga: $340

Meal plans required for all campers.

From:

340+
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Beach Cabin

The Beach Cabin is nestled on the dunes of Gitche Gumee Beach. Enjoy a front-row seat for a Lake Superior sunset.

Capacity: 2-8 people

Base Cost: $455

Meal plans required for all campers.

From:

$510
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Dorm Units

Large capacity with dorm-style accommodations. Three different dorms with a total of eight units available.

Capacity: 1-12 people

Base Cost: $210

Meal plans required for all campers.

From:

$285
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Loft Cabins

Spacious comfort with additional lofted sleeping quarters.

Capacity: 2-8 people

Standard Base Cost: $360

♿ Handicapped Base Cost: $360

Meal plans required for all campers.

From:

$490
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Trailer/Tent Sites

Centralized bath-house, laundry facilities, and dump station located adjacent to campsites. Water and electric hookups are available.

*Pets are allowed only in resident's tents, RVs, or trailers. Pets must be on a leash at all times. Owners must use proper clean-up practices.

No minimum/maximum capacity.

Trailer and Tent Site Base Cost: $145

From:

225
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