Outside Group Rentals

Your church group, company, organization or scouting group can explore, celebrate and grow with a planned weekend trip to Bear Creek Camp! Our facilities are available for rental more than 40 weeks of the year, when Summer Camp is not in session. Fall, Winter, Spring – there’s so much to do at any time of the year! What you include on your weekend is up to you! Contact the camp to discuss all your options and reserve space for your group.

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We offer a variety of accommodations to meet the needs of the many diverse groups we serve. All year-round accommodations have their own kitchen, bathroom and shower facilities. Rental groups have free use of the pavilion, athletic fields, and trails. Food service and programmed activities are available for an additional fee.

Retreat Center

The Retreat Center consists of a central kitchen, dining and lounge facilities with a fireplace, and has six semi-attached cabins. A meeting room for large groups is also available. The kitchen is a full commercial kitchen and has place settings for 100. Each of the six cabins can sleep up to 12 people and have separate bathroom and shower facilities.

Retreat House

The two floor Retreat House has two cabin rooms and can sleep up to 20 people. A lounge separates the bedrooms on the upper floor, along with bathroom and shower facilities. The lower floor contains a meeting/dining room with a fireplace, bathrooms, and a small kitchen. The kitchen has place settings and assorted cooking utensils.

East & South Sites

Our East and South Sites each have 8 cabins located near the Site Program Building. Each cabin can sleep up to 10 people. The East Site Program Building has a fireplace, meeting and dining space, a small kitchen with place settings and assorted cooking utensils, and bathroom and shower facilities. The South Site Program Building has a fireplace, meeting and dining space, and bathroom and shower facilities. While the South Site Program Building does not have a standard kitchen facility, cooking at the South Site can be done over the site’s fire pit.

Low Ropes

Low Ropes team building activities are designed to help small group groups work together effectively by improving communication and problem solving abilities.

High Ropes/Zip Line

Our High Ropes Course will challenge individuals to step out of their comfort zones and depend on their teammates for support. Your group can schedule time on our Zip Line or plan for the full High Ropes Course, which includes the Zip Line.

Climbing Wall

Test your limits as you climb on the rock wall. A group belay system allows this activity to foster trust and cohesiveness between a group.

Nature Activity

Learn more about the natural environment by leaving your campsite and having a Naturalist lead a program for your group. Tell us your age and science interests and we will build you a fun and informative program. Night Hikes can be planned for evening programming.

Swimming and Boating

Come relax at the lake on warm days and go swimming and/or boating under the watchful eye of a lifeguard. A lifeguard must be scheduled to use the lake.