Summer Camps 2019

Our diocese is near and home to several Episcopal summer camps where young people can explore their relationship to God through all the astonishing natural beauty our region has to offer. Swimming, hiking, boating, rock climbing, worship services, camping, and the chance to make friends for life, are just some of the activities offered by summer church camps. Camp registration is now open!

Our diocese is yet again offering summer "campership" scholarships! We have 28 camperships available in the amount of $250 each (max), to be used for children and youth active in congregations within our diocese on a first come, first served basis. Camperships can be used for the following camps: Camp Living Waters, Camp Galilee, Bishop’s Ranch and St. Dorothy’s Rest. Our scholarship process is a bit different than we've done in past years. Learn more/apply here.

Would you like to support young people in affording these life-changing summer camp experiences?  Donate here. (select Youth Camp Scholarship)

Pathways Youth Pilgrimage - Apply by April 1!  
Join youth of the diocese for Pathways in Humboldt County, from June 16-21. Pathways is a pilgrimage that aims to equip youth to be agents of truth, peace, and reconciliation. Led by the young adults who started Pathways, participants will spend a week together sharing meals, worshiping, having fun and traveling as pilgrims. Learn more here

Camp Living Waters - Arcata 
A week-long Episcopal summer camp in the heart of Redwood Valley, Camp Living Waters is based at St. Alban's, Arcata, and draws staff members from the faith communities of the North Coast. Learn more here.

Camp Galilee - Lake Tahoe (pictured above)
Located on the shore of Lake Tahoe, Camp Galilee is the camp of the Episcopal Diocese of Nevada. Camp Galilee's summer camps help youth develop deep relationships with their peers, caring counselors, the natural world, and God. Learn more here.

St. Dorothy's Rest - Camp Meeker 
Beautifully located in the heart of a redwood forest on the Russian River and just miles from the Pacific Ocean, St. Dorothy's offers a summer camp experience that celebrates the natural world. Learn more here.

Bishop's Ranch - Healdsburg 
BREAD Camp is set among the forest, farms and vineyards of Sonoma County, where campers can discovery community and spirituality, and participate in summer camping activities. Learn more here.


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