Family and Friends Camp

Family Camp Pricing
July 2 - July 5

$500 per family, up to five members.

$125 per person

FREE for ages 0-2

A Holiday Retreat.  Spend the 4th of July with us.  Experience together all that camp has to offer.

  • Family Camp is designed for families of all shapes and sizes to reconnect and have a blast. 

  • Our staff is here to make sure all members of your family are engaged learning new things and growing spiritually. 

  • Family campers will participate in a wide variety of activities from high-energy to relaxing and all family to age-specific. 

  • The daily schedule is the perfect balance of structure and flex time so you have enough to do but are never overwhelmed.

  • At camp, each family will be housed in a cabin or tent of their very own.

  • To be prepared for Family Camp, check out our Family Camp packing list.


More questions? Please head over to our Parent Info page.

Not sure if Family Camp is for you? Check out our other programs on the Dates, Rates, and Programs page.


We have an amazing group of godly men and women who come up to serve at Family Camp. Our staff is specifically trained to the roles they play in your experience at camp. Their goal for the entire week is to support your family by offering childcare, leading activities, and providing a safe, Christian environment.


Please visit the About our Staff page to learn more about the staff selection and training process.



Different activities will be offered each day at Family Camp. In the morning, and in the afternoon, families can attend together or split up. With activities like tie dye, crafts, archery, swimming, crafts, or even tubing down the river, we’re sure you’ll be having fun. We will also make sure to venture to a few of the many sights around camp including Lumberman's Monument and Iargo Springs. 


To find out more information about the activities offered at HFCC please visit our Activities page.

Typical Daily Schedule

7:15 am    Coffee and Prayer (Dining Hall)

8:00 am    Breakfast

9:00 am    Bible Study / Children’s Program

10:30 am  Flexible Activity Block

12:00 pm  Lunch

1:00 pm    Free time

3:30 pm    Flexible Activity Block

5:00 pm    Dinner 

6:30 pm    Evening Worship

8:30 pm    Evening bonfire and all-camp activity




Each family will be housed in a cabin or tent of their very own. At Camp CedarRidge we strive to teach campers to appreciate God’s wonderful creation. It is important to us to have simple facilities so we spend time outdoors! Families will stay in a comfortable cabin or tent with bunk beds. Please visit our Facilities page for more info.

Packing List


Packing Tips
  1. Please remember you are coming to camp. Pack comfortable clothes that you are not afraid will get dirty. 

  2. We require closed toe shoes at all times while walking around camp property. We have a lot of sand, sticks, and other things of nature - we want your feet to stay safe!

  3. Nights can be COLD in northern Michigan. Please make sure everyone in your family has a warm jacket and that all sleeping bags are warm enough.

  4. We recommend packing your sleeping bag and pillow in their own duffle bag or similar. Sleeping bags tend to come unraveled while carrying to and from your cabin. 

  5. Please put an ID tag with phone number on your luggage. You would be surprised how many families leave bags behind! We want to make sure you go home with what you came with.

What to bring
  • Shorts

  • Jeans or long pants

  • Shirts

  • Underwear and socks

  • Warm jackets or sweatshirts

  • Pajamas

  • Swimsuits (modest, one piece)

  • Rain coats or ponchos

  • Two pairs of closed-toe shoes (NO sandals or open-toed shoes)

  • Shower shoes (optional)

  • Warm sleeping bags, fitted twin sheets, pillows for each family member

  • Hat or sunglasses

  • Beach towels

  • Bath towels

  • Soap, shampoo, toiletries

  • Comb or brush

  • Toothbrush and toothpaste

  • Sunscreen

  • Bug spray (we recommend those with DEET)

  • Flashlights

  • Water bottles

  • Small backpack or bag (optional)

  • Bibles, notebooks, and pens

  • Camera (optional)

  • Laundry bag

  • Medications and vitamins in their original containers (Due to state regulations, medications will need to be checked into the health center.)

If swamp-stomping:

The following items are required for swamp stomping. They may or may not be salvageable afterwards.

  • Old, dark-colored long pants 

  • T-shirt

  • Old shoes


What not to bring
  • Food

  • Valuables

  • Weapons or firearms     

  • Gaming devices, iPods, MP3 players (we love to keep our digital distraction-free camp)

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Phone: 989-739-3571


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