Whatever happened to quality family time? With busy schedules and to-do lists, wouldn't it be great to really connect with your family in a meaningful way? At SpringHill, we've made it easy for you to build unity, have fun and experience God... as a family! At our family camp you’ll spend quality time with each other, have interactive sessions and learn how to strengthen your relationships as a family with Christ at the center. Our activities will give you a chance to challenge yourselves and encourage each other. You’ll have down time to discuss family issues and help your relationships grow with each other and with God.
Deposit & Cancellation Policy
A deposit of $100 is required when registering and is non-refundable.
Cancellations made within two weeks prior to event will result in
forfeiture of full camp fees. No shows will result in forfeiture of full
camp fees as well as forfeiture of your reserved housing unit for future
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Online Registration for Summer Family Camp
adults and kids 7+ are $30 each
Kids 3-6 are $20
Kids 0-2 are free
ranges from $100-$250 per cabin
ranges from $40-$85 for camp sites
aquatics bands: $7 each
high adventure bands: $17 each
combo bands: $20 each
5-meal packages for ages 5+: $25
children 0-4 free with adult purchase
Speaker: Brad Tate
Brad is a teaching pastor and the Director of Family Ministry at 2|42 Community Church, a fast-growing, multi-site church in southeast Michigan. His teaching is true to the text while compelling his hearers to listen, engage and act on God's word.
Band: The Birdsongs
The Birdsongs are a Christian Alternative Rock/Power Pop band originally from Seattle, now living near Knoxville, TN, composed of four brothers, their sister, and their father. Whether rocking out in front of thousands or leading worship at a small church, the band always displays their passion for spreading the gospel and making Jesus famous.
Online Registration for Labor Day Family Camp
adults and kids 7+ are $35 each
Kids 3-6 are $25
Kids 0-2 are free
ranges from $145-$320 per cabin
ranges from $60-$110 for camp sites
aquatics bands: $10 each
high adventure bands: $25 each
combo bands: $30 each
8-meal packages for ages 5+: $40
children 0-4 free with adult purchase
Main Session Speaker: Scott McKee
Scott McKee is the senior pastor of Ward Church, an active multi-generational congregation in suburban Detroit. His teaching blends his passion for the Bible, practical wisdom from 22 years of marriage and three children, and his former life as a stand-up comic.
Main Session Band: The Great Romance
Matt Vollmar and The Great Romance is a modern worship/rock band from St. Louis that travels the country spreading the gospel of Christ through music and more! Their music flows out of the knowledge that the greatest relationship anyone can have is with their Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, and it is their mission to share that message with the world.
Kids Stage Speaker: Michael Bouchard
In 2nd grade, Michael got in trouble every day at school because he couldn't stop talking. Twenty years later, he's still hasn't quit! Today, he is a Kids/Family Pastor at Kensington Church in Troy, MI, and lives in an inner-city trailer park where he started a Christian-based tutoring and community program for neighborhood families.
Kids Stage Band: Sing Love Kids
Sing Love is a group of worship leaders of all ages, from all over the country, passionate about leading people of all ages into the throne room of God so they can experience the love and glory of Jesus Christ. Their fun blend a of age-appropriate praise and worship keeps everyone rocking!
Program, Housing, and Meals:
Premium Housing, Adults and Kids 7+: $130 each
Standard Housing, Adults and Kids 7+: $115 each
Off Site Housing, Adults and Kids 7+: $75 each
Kids 0-7: Free
Premium housing includes indoor bathrooms.
Standard housing includes bathhouse nearby.
Horseback riding, Paintball and Zipline: $15 each
Crafts: $3 - $15
Speaker: Jay & Laura Laffoon
The Laffoons are real people with real lives walking through a real marriage. They like to call themselves "marriage edu-tainers", combining education with entertainment. And the Laffoons put their real marriage of almost 30 years on display.
Speaker: Mitch & Mackenzie Sheahan
Mitch and Mackenzie Sheahan are an energetic and adventurous team that are passionate about serving God together. Mitch is the director of assimilation and of college ministry at Mt Pleasant Community Church and also currently working on his Masters of Divinity Degree. Mackenzie is an Early Childhood Education Professor and publishes her own Elementary curriculum, all the while, serving as the Social Media Director for Celebrate Ministries.
Band: Andy Needham Band
The Andy Needham Band is at the forefront of New England's burgeoning Christian music scene. Leading worship at camps and conferences across the country, Andy and his band deliver a smart and accessible modern worship experience.
Online Registration for Winter Family Camp
Many of the housing units are well suited for
those summer days which allow for more rustic accommodations.
These units will give you the full camp experience with no
electricity and a short walk to the bathrooms.
- Hilltoppers — no electricity, close to the bathhouse
- Wigwams — no electricity
- Stockade Fort: two-story housing unit, sleeps 12, electric lights, bathrooms nearby
- Tepee Village - no electricity, bathrooms nearby
- Trapper's Outpost - no electricity, bathrooms nearby
This fort is built with logs and a catwalk that connects the
2nd story cabins. The inside of the fort is equipped with a
campfire pit if needed for evening activities. There are seven
cabins in total, each holding 5-12 people.
These pine-sided cabins resemble early lodging for hunters and
trappers. They offer a rustic setting sleeping 17 people per
unit. Trappers Outpost has four units total.
These housing units are one of the newest housing additions at
camp. The cabins have the look and feel of a late 1800's
Michigan pioneer village. There are nine units, each sleeping
There are two sets of wigwams in Copper Country, Huron Village
and Chippewa Village. These housing units are tucked back in
the trees, built with 12 sides, equipped with screens and
canvas sides. They are connected in pairs by porches and each
unit sleeps nine people.
Our farmhouses provide a rustic feeling and are great for
housing a large group. There are four houses in the village
each sleeping 14.
Each of these houses is built above ground on stilts. A wooden
deck joins them with a raised fire pit in the middle, perfect
for after-dark activities if needed. There are four houses in
total, each sleeping 15.
Tiki torches lead the way to this tucked-behind-the-trees
village. Each hut is covered in reed finishes, giving the feel
of a true safari jungle. There are four cabins in the village
and each sleeps 14 people.
Our year-round housing units are fully equipped with heat and
electricity. Each one has bathrooms nearby or in the unit.
Pioneer Village: sleeps 14, cabins, electricity, bathrooms nearby
Caboose: sleeps 8-10, electricity, bathrooms in Lillie Station
Storybrook Rustic Cabin: sleeps 14, bathrooms nearby
Storybrook Electric Cabin: sleeps 14, bathrooms nearby
Freedom Hall: sleeps 5, electricity, semi-private bathrooms
Staff Housing Cabin: sleeps 12-14, electricity, bathrooms nearby
Meadowlands, Lothlorien, Norway cabins: sleeps 12-14, electricity, bathrooms nearby
C123K Airplane: sleeps 17, electricity, bathrooms nearby
The Peaks: sleeps 16, electricity, bathrooms in
We have four different cabin group areas: Meadowlands, Norway,
Aztec and Lothlorian. Each unit is a traditional log cabin,
equipped with electricity and bathrooms nearby and sleeps
anywhere from 17-24 people.
The C-123K Provider is one of the most unique housing units
SpringHill Michigan has to offer. It is a real plane that flew
in the Vietnam and Korean Wars that has now been converted into
a camp housing unit. This is the only air-conditioned unit, is
fully equipped with electricity and has bathrooms nearby. The
Provider can hold up to 17 people.
Our restored cabooses are another unique housing option to
choose from. The train line is formed by nine caboose cabins in
total, each holding 8-10 people. Bathrooms are located nearby
in Lillie Station.
Our Peaks houses are named for there resemblance to the
mountainside cabins of the past. Each unit is equipped with a
shower, bathroom facilities, carpeting and enough space to
sleep between 11-22 people. There are 15 cabins total.
Freedom Hall provides indoor showers and bathroom facilities
along with a large meeting room in the middle. There are six
total units that each sleeps eight people.
Townhouses are another option with shower and facilities in
each unit. There are four houses total and each hold 18 people.
Housing rates are all based on 3 nights:
Maple Grove site - 18 full hook-up sites
Red Pine Park site - 19 electrical hook-up sites
The Field site - 22 electrical hook-up sites
Note: A campsite may be occupied by members of an immediate family, or up to four unrelated people.
An immediate family consists of parents and dependent children under 18.
You will have the option of purchasing meals in our dining hall. See registration form for options.