Registration is now open for all ZP Programs through October 2022!!
Registration for Summer 2023 will open January 3rd!
Calendar for 2022:
|Spring Sprucing Up in the Pines||May 20-22|
|Artist Retreat 1||June 5-10|
|Camp Zephyr Day Camp||June 13-August 5|
|Middle School High Camp 1||June 20-24|
|Middle School High Camp 2||June 27-July 1|
|Family Camp||July 3-8|
|High School High Camp||July 11-15|
|Middle School Basecamp 1||July 17-22|
|Middle School Basecamp 2||July 24-29|
|High School Basecamp||July 31-August 5|
|Art of Transitional Ministry||July 17-22|
|Handbells Conference||July 24-28|
|Summer Sing||July 28-31|
|Tuning @ Tahoe||July 31-August 5|
|Artist Retreat 2||August 7-12|
|Artist Retreat 3||September 18-23|
|Pastoral Renewal Retreat||October 10-12|
|Women's Retreat||October 14-16|
|Fall Sprucing Up in the Pines||October 14-16|
|Tahoe Semester Legacy Weekend (NEW!)||October 20-23|
Zephyr Point offers many unique, enriching programs. For more information, click here.
Health and Safety Policies and Protocols
Here at Zephyr Point, the health and safety of our guests is always our first priority. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, we are committed to crafting inclusive policies that will allow us to open all of our programs. Additionally, the reality of increased wildfire risk across the Western Region means that we need to be prepared for camp and program operations during periods of poor air quality due to wildfire smoke. Keeping our programs open requires creativity, logistical effort, and commitment on behalf of both Zephyr Point staff and program participants alike, and we thank you in advance for your commitment to keeping our community safe.
By registering for a Zephyr Point Summer program, you agree to follow the policies and procedures outlined in our Fall 2022 Program Health and Safety Plan (v4). Please be sure to review the policies for the program you will be participating in BEFORE registering. All of the policies in this plan are based on recommendations and directives from the following agencies and organizations:
- Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
- State of Nevada Declarations and Guidance
- Douglas County Department of Health and Human Services
- American Camping Association (ACA)
Of course, these guidelines are subject to change, so please plan to check back for revisions of this safety plan between now and the week prior to your scheduled program (the date at the top of the document will indicate the last revision). Any major policy changes will be sent directly to registrants.