craft camp photos - 6Get away for a weekend and dive into your creative side

It can be difficult to devote quality time to your crafts and hobbies. Craft Camp will give you the time and space you need to continue old projects or start a new one! At Craft Camp, you’re encouraged to let your mess spread. There’s no need to worry about cleaning up until the end of the weekend. We will take care of all the other details. All you have to do is focus on your project. It’s up to you what craft you work on, just bring all your supplies. All crafts and creative women are welcome; knitters, crocheters, painters, scrappers, quilters, and anything else you can think of!

What to Expect

We will have Crafting Stations Available including:

  • Illustrated Faith
  • Wood Word Crafts
  • DIY Lamps
  • Mini Canvases

You can also look forward to a crafting break-out session on Needle Felting. You can get ahead of the game on some Christmas Ornaments! It’s Never too early.

This is also a Christ-centered weekend. It’s not just about having fun with crafts. It’s also about deepening your relationship with Jesus in community with other Christian women. We will have morning devotions and times of worship.

Lodging and Crafting Space

You may choose to arrive any time on Friday or to take the long weekend option beginning at 1:00pm on Thursday. There will be ample space for projects with excellent lighting. All Crafters will stay in our comfortable deluxe housing (Bald Eagle Lodge or Retreat Center).



Craft Camp
Mar 9-12, 2017


  • $167 (3 nights, 9 meals)
  • $121 (2 nights, 5 meals)
  • Friday meals are also available a la carte at $7 for lunch and $8 for dinner



Davis Lake Cabins

The multiple windows on the lakeside of the cabins offer a quaint and picturesque view. Just across from the cabins is a bathhouse. In their secluded location, these cabins are surrounded by gorgeous colors in the fall and near the cross country ski trails in the winter.


Backwoods Cabins

These three cozy cabins sleep between 9-11 people. Each cabin has a full, handicap-accessible bathroom.

Bald Eagle Lodge

Each of these comfortable, carpeted rooms sleeps between 5-7 people. Each room has a sink vanity and is just down the hall from a full bathroom



Retreat Center

In addition to the four public bathrooms equipped with showers, there are private half bathrooms in nearly all of the rooms; four of these rooms have full bathrooms. Two kitchenettes and two meeting rooms are available for groups’ use.


What to Bring to Craft Camp

  • Bedding (comforter, sheets, pillow)
  • Toiletries
  • Any crafts you’ve been dying to get done
  • Your name tag if you are a returning crafter
  • Spending Money for crafting stations
  • A PEANUT FREE snack to share
  • Bible
  • AND A FRIEND! (There is still tons of space to sign up!!)