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Raising Resilient Kids is Hard

Let Us Be Your Guide on the Side at SpringHill Family Christian Camp

We Get You.

We help families reconnect with God and each other at our 4-day family camp.

Welcome to Indiana’s SpringHill Family Overnight Camp, a Christ-centered camp-supported environment where meaningful moments matter, and connections transform families.

We provide a canvas for you to do things together, connect, and create moments for conversation about Christ. Today, families often struggle to make sense of the world around them. And it can be hard to know how to connect spiritually and grow together in your faith.

SpringHill is Here to Help.

We reimagined the Family Retreat experience to bring you faith-based family fun, helping you and your children grow together in Jesus. We designed the SpringHill Family Camp experience to equip and encourage parents and caregivers to lead the spiritual development of their children.

During camp, families share stories, pray, and have open and honest dialogues about life and faith. This experience provides parents and caregivers with new spiritual understandings and practices that easily transfer to their homes and daily family life.

We designed our family camp for children ages 3 to 12.


Making Camp Accessible

Scholarships Available!

Don’t let finances keep you and your family from experiencing an unforgettable and intentional summer experience.

We offer need-based financial assistance programs.
Let us know by checking the box on your registration form.


5 Reasons You’ll Love Family Camp at SpringHill Indiana


Reach for God!

Embrace moments to talk about Christ, share your faith journey, and grow together in God. Families practice prayer, share stories, read the Bible, and serve each other to see the good in family members.



The cost of camp includes lodging, all meals + activities. Plus some additional surprises and resources along the way!


Guide on the Side!

Camp counselors facilitate the experience, provide resources to use at home, and help you navigate each activity. Seasoned adults are present to encourage you on your parenting journey.



Family time lets you reconnect with God and each other without distractions giving you time and space to connect and see God in creation and in each other.

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All Fun, No Work

Enjoy a large range of activities that stretch your imagination, take you on adventures, and maybe even make you giggle, no planning required!


What Families Say:

It was really intentional thought-out family time. Everything was coordinated to allow for families to connect and have shared experience and communication.”


What Families Say:

My expectations for SpringHill Family Camp were completely blown out of the water. This was not a regular, old Memorial Day or Labor Day weekend at SpringHill. The entire four days led our family to discover God’s passion for families and to intentionally grow closer to Jesus as a family.”


What Families Say:

Offered good strategies to bring home and continue the experience, as well as resources.”


What Families Say

Sharing SpringHill with our kids has truly been a delight, but, even more so, I value the ways we saw God this weekend.”



Where You’ll Sleep

Pricing is all-inclusive and includes housing, meals, and activities.

We designed the housing layout to help build a neighborhood community. You will create connections and make friends as you share time and evening campfires with your “camp neighbors.”

The cost is dependent on your housing selection.
Choose between the three options below:


Luxury RV

Provided by SpringHill
(Sleeps 6)
In-Suite Bathroom
Compact Kitchen
1 Queen, 4 Single Beds, bedding provided.

$1,900 up to 6 people
Includes housing, meals & activities


Private Cabins

Provided by SpringHill
(Sleeps 10)
Shared restrooms nearby
Electricity and AC in all units
1 Queen, 4 Single beds, bedding provided.

$1,500 up to 6 people
Includes housing, meals, & activities


RV Sites

Provided by SpringHill
(Bring Your Own Camper)
Campsite with full hookups
Up to 40’ travel trailer

(Bring Your Own Tent)
Bathhouse nearby

$700 up to 6 people
Includes meals & activities




You will enjoy breakfast time together as a family. Speciality coffee is available during dining hall hours.

Grab and go lunches for a picnic.

Dinners follow themed evening activities like a carnival and Rodeo.


Where You’ll Meet

We meet at meals, activities, and around the campfire.

Family interactions are the cornerstone of creating meaningful memories and experiences that last a lifetime. Our family camp creates opportunities to connect, engage, and grow as you build a solid foundation between you and your kids.

The intentionally designed program provides both family time and time together as parents to share, collaborate, and encourage. Nightly gatherings around the neighborhood campfire give you time to talk about the day and share discoveries. The program is intended to be supportive yet non-intrusive, allowing you to create memories and connect at your own pace.


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Where You’ll Play

Our family-friendly environment facilitates fun through high adventure and water activities, crafts, campfires, and downtime, promoting spiritual connections.

You have access to over 800 acres with private lakes, wooded trails, organized activities, nightly campfires, and the Lodge.

You choose activities based on your family’s interests. There are also advanced sign-ups for specialized excursions. Each evening prioritizes family time through entertaining activities, events and gatherings around the campfire.



  • Zip Lines
  • Giant Swing & Flying Squirrel
  • Crate Stacking
  • Rock Wall
  • Solo Challenge


  • Family Beach
  • Gusher & Blob
  • Paddle Boats & Boards
  • Kayaks & Canoes
  • Fishing
  • Party Barge


  • Tie Dye
  • Leather Craft
  • Bracelets & Paracords
  • Woodburning
  • Painting
  • Picture Frame


  • Corn Hole
  • Can Jam & 9 Square
  • Spike Ball & Ga Ga Ball
  • Dodgeball & Kickball
  • Pickleball
  • Basketball


Sign-up in advance

  • Dock Fishing
  • Pontoon Boatride
  • Nature Hike
  • Amazing Race Game
  • Floor is Lava
  • Lego Masters
  • Prayer Walk


4 Days & 3 Nights

Tentative Schedule

Schedule subject to change based on weather, staffing, or camp needs

  • Day 1

    2:00-3:00 pm | Arrival
    5:30 pm | Sports Themed Dinner
    6:45 pm | Games and Campfire
    9:15 pm | Night at the Lodge

  • Day 2 & 3

    6:45 am | Begin the day with a surprise mail for the entire family!
    7:00 am | Breakfast & Table Talk (draw service cards to serve as a family)
    9:00 am | 3 Hour block activities and excursions
    12:00 pm | Grab and Go Picnic lunch.
    1:00 pm | 3 Hour block activities and excursions
    5:30 pm | Themed Dinner (Neon/Rodeo)
    6:30 pm | Kids carnival/Parent Worship
    8:30 pm | Games & Campfire
    9:15 pm | Night at the Lodge

  • Day 4

    7:00 am | Breakfast and celebration
    11:00 am | Departure




Family Camp Dates



June 1-4 | Sat-Tues
June 4-7 | Tues-Fri


June 8-11 | Sat-Tues
June 11-14 | Tues-Fri


June 15-18 | Sat-Tues
June 18-21 | Tues-Fri



How To Register Your Family


Pick a week that works for you!


Complete this form!


We will contact you within 48 business hours to finalize your registration and collect the deposit.



Registration and Financial FAQs

Here are some of the questions we get asked. If you don’t see your question here, please call or email so we can answer it for you!

  • Do you offer a referral discount?

    Yes. You receive a $100 rebate for each referral that attends camp. You will receive the rebate within 30 days of camp attendance.

  • Are there any other discounts available?

    No. Currently, the family referral program is the only discount available.

  • Do you offer financial scholarships or assistance?

    Yes. We do not want the cost of attending to keep families from experiencing camp. If you need monetary support, on the application please tell us a little about your circumstances and why you require assistance. We discuss each application as a team to determine camp scholarships. Financial aid is extended on a first come, first serve basis.

  • Are there any additional costs while at camp?

    The registration fee includes lodging, all activities, and food. The only exception is a small fee for shirts if you want to make tie-dye T-shirts. You can also buy specialty coffee, snacks, toiletries, and souvenirs at the Trading Post (camp store).

  • How much do I need to pay when I register?

    The minimum deposit is $300. The full amount is due no later than 30 days before camp begins.

  • Do you offer payment plans?

    Yes. You can make a $300 nonrefundable deposit and then make monthly payments. The final payment is due no later than 30 days before your camp session begins.

  • What is your cancellation policy?

    If circumstances arise and you cannot attend, you may be able to choose an alternate date, depending on availability. If you need to cancel, refunds depend on when you cancel in relation to your camp dates.

    Cancellations more than 180 days from your camp experience are fully refundable, minus the deposit.
    Cancellations between 179 and 31 days before your camp experience result in a 25% cancellation fee.
    Cancellations between 30 and 8 days before your camp experience are charged a 50% cancellation fee.
    Cancellations within 7 days of your camp experience will result in the forfeiture of the entire camp fee.

  • Is the deposit refundable?

    No. The initial $500 deposit is nonrefundable.

  • Can I change my camp dates after I have registered?

    Family camp fills up quickly. However, if there is an opening for an alternative date, we can modify your dates. There is a change fee of $50 if you change your dates after registering.

  • Once we register, what communication can we expect?

    Our registration team will contact you to welcome you to camp. We also communicate regarding packing instructions, what to bring, and other useful information to help you prepare for camp.


Camp FAQs

  • Can we bring bikes?

    Yes. We encourage families to bring bikes. There are trails you can explore together or in small groups.

  • Can we bring boats, kayaks, canoes, or SUPs?

    No. We provide kayaks, canoes, and SUPs that are free to use. You can also join us on our party barge.

  • Do you provide life jackets?

    Yes. Adult and child lifejackets are available for use.

  • How will we get around camp?

    Most families walk or take the tram to get from one location to another. You can also ride bikes. For safety reasons, we do not permit driving vehicles around camp. If you have specific mobility needs, please discuss these with the registration office so we can make the necessary arrangements.

  • Where do we eat?

    Family campers eat together at the Lodge Dining Hall. You may dine with one or more families. During camp, you will also have family picnics.

  • Will there be a camp counselor to help us know what to do and where to go?

    Yes, we have a family camp counselor assigned for every two families. They are your guide on the side to help during activities, lead spiritual discussions, and assist your family in any way.

  • Are we together as a family for the entire four days?

    Most of the time. Most activities are family events and encourage bonding time together. However, we have one evening for parents and children to be independent.

  • Can we do any activities we want, or must we follow a specific schedule?

    We designed our Family Camp so you can spend time together, no planning required. The curated activities and schedule enable you to bond and deepen relationships with each other while getting to know other families.

  • Do you provide childcare?

    No. All activities are designed to include your children. During parent time, we have planned activities for your children.

  • How much interaction do we have with other families?

    Family camp is an intimate experience where you will play with, learn from, and experience camp as a group. You can have as much or as little interaction with other families as you want. For example, we have group games and events that promote friendly competitions between families to help everyone get to know each other. You will also enjoy meals and campfires as a group.

  • Can we bring our pets?

    No. Please leave your furry friends at home. You can sing camp songs to them when you get back.


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