Registration for Summer 2023 will open January 3rd 2023!!
**NEW REGISTRATION SYSTEM 2023. All participants will need to create a new account for 2023. We know that many of you have been coming for a long time, so we are grateful for your understanding as we make this transition.**
Family Camp 2023: June 18-23rd
Start a new summer tradition! Zephyr Point Family Camp is all about bringing the family together for a week of Tahoe recreation, relaxation, and fellowship with other families. At family camp, you will have the opportunity to embrace time set apart for the purpose of regrouping the family with God in creation.
We understand that families are complicated. At Zephyr Point Family Camp, we celebrate the diversity of family make-ups and will offer a wide variety of activities and conversations that meet the needs of your family.
Featured Presenters: TBA!
Example of Past Optional Adult Breakout Sessions:
Session 1 – Parenting through “Reconstruction”: Cultivating Faith When Your Own Has Been Shaken (Facilitated by Jessica and Nick Charney)
Session 2 – Mothering in a Pandemic: Practicing Self-Care in the Midst of Chaos
A Typical Day at Family Camp
Throughout the morning, kids ages 4-12 will be invited to participate in our incredible on-site Day Camp program, providing the best in daily adventure for your children. Teens will have the opportunity to enjoy outdoor adventures alongside their peers. Meanwhile, parents will be invited to participate in morning worship and speaker times, off-site Tahoe recreational excursions, or good old-fashioned rest and relaxation!
Take the opportunity in the afternoons to experience the best that the Tahoe Basin has to offer! Daily guided adventure activities will be available for your family to enjoy, or you can fill up the family car to explore nearby sites like Emerald Bay, Genoa, or Tahoe’s Desolation Wilderness. Or, perhaps relaxation is more your style: blow up the inner-tubes and unfold your beach chairs to simply enjoy a day at the beach right here at Zephyr Point’s waterfront! You can also expect a spectacular afternoon of fun for the whole family at our 4th of July Fair.
Our evenings are all about spending time together as a family. After a delicious dinner in the Dining Hall, you will have the opportunity to enjoy programmed games on the back lawn, campfire fun, singing songs, telling stories, sharing talents, and watching hilarious skits!
Our accommodations are set up to house the whole family and our fantastic meals are all provided and prepared by Zephyr Point’s top-notch Food Services team. All you need to do is get here and we will take care of all the details! So make sure to mark your calendars and reserve your space for a vacation unlike any other!
|Infant (0-2 years)||$0|
|Pre-K (3-5 years)||$50|
|Child (6-17 years)||$400|
* Program rate includes all food, on-site activities, and lodging in Hubbard Lodge. There are a limited number of Private Cabins available for an additional fee. To inquire about cabin availability and rates, please contact the Program Office: 775-588-6759 ext. 113.
The standard rate includes lodging in Hubbard Lodge (dorm-style lodging). For an additional charge, you and your family can opt to stay in one of our cabins! We have limited availability with cabins, so we operate on a first come, first served basis.
- Includes Sunday dinner through Friday breakfast (for customization options contact the Program Manager: 775-588-6759 ext. 113
- Non-refundable deposit due with registration: $100 per adult
- Registration and balance due 14 days prior to the program start date
- Scholarships are available. Please contact the Program Manager for more information: 775-588-6759 ext. 113
At Zephyr Point Camps, we aspire to create a sacred space where campers of all ages can learn, grow, and thrive in a safe and inclusive environment. We welcome and celebrate the diverse identities and experiences of our participants and strive to facilitate an equitable camp experience for youth of all gender identities or expressions, races, ethnicities, sexual orientations, religious or non-religious backgrounds, abilities or disabilities, and family compositions.