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Welcome to Northwoods Baptist Camp


Mission Statement

Our Purpose

The purpose of NORTHWOODS BAPTIST CAMP is to provide a Christian camping opportunities for young people and adults with the primary intent of leading them to a real encounter with the Lord Jesus Christ and to accept Him as their personal Saviour. We strive to create an environment conducive for Christian growth, that strengthens families, and teaches youth and adults to serve in local churches. It is a place of decision in the areas of salvation, full surrender, and consistent Christian walk.

The majority of unsaved young people who attend Northwoods Baptist Camp will accept the Lord as their Savior before they leave.
Sixty percent or more of those in full-time service today made their decision to surrender to the Lord while at a youth camp or a retreat meeting.
Two-thirds of the young people who come to Northwoods each week make some type of decision that becomes a stepping stone to spiritual growth in their lives.

Our Doctrine

  • We believe…
  • in the biblical account of creation.
  • in the plenary, verbal inspiration of the Bible.
  • in the eternal, triune God.
  • in the incarnation and virgin birth of the Lord Jesus Christ.
  • in the sinless life and substitutionary atonement of Jesus Christ on the cross.
  • in the bodily resurrection of Jesus Christ from the grave.
  • in the imminent, pretribulational return of Jesus Christ.
  • in the eternal punishment of the unsaved in a literal, burning hell.
  • in salvation by faith through the shed blood of Jesus Christ.
  • in a separated stand from the world and unto the Word of God.
  • in a separated stand from any ecumenical group such as the World Council of Churches and the National Council of Churches, from cults, from the charismatic movement and from other organizations of erroneous faith.

A Typical Day


11:00am ~ Arrival to Camp (Registration & settle in)
12:00pm ~ Lunch
12:30pm ~ Camper Orientation
1:30-5pm ~ Team Activities
5:30pm ~ Supper
6:00pm ~ Activities
7:30pm ~ Chapel (Concessions following)
10:00pm ~ Report to cabins
10:30pm ~ Devotions
11:00pm ~ Lights out


7:30am ~ Official Wake-up
7:45am ~ Cabin Clean-up
8:30am ~ Breakfast (Bring your Bible)
9:00am ~ Chapel (Cabin inspection)
10:30pm ~ Camp Activity
12:15pm ~ Lunch
12:40pm ~ Prayer time
1:00-5pm ~ Team Activities (2:30-3:00 concessions)
5:30pm ~ Supper
6:00pm ~ Activities
7:30pm ~ Chapel (concessions following)
10:00pm ~ Report to cabins
10:30pm ~ Devotions
11:00pm ~ Light out


7:30am ~ Official Wake-up
7:45am ~ Cabin Clean-up
8:30am ~ Breakfast
9:00am ~ Camp Clean-up
10:30am ~ Rally and Rewards
11:00am ~ Leave for Home


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The staff and other counselors that come are given direct authority by the CAMP DIRECTOR to make decisions and to carry-out the camp’s purpose. Please give them your respect! They do not come to harass you or make you have a “bad” week, but to help you both spiritually and physically to have a “great” week. Any disrespect of authority or ungratefulness will not be tolerated.


Registration Form

Pre-registration is not required. All you need to do is:
Camper Registration Form (One per Camper)

  1. Download the registration form.
  2. Acquire all the information requirements before coming to camp. (medical information, insurance, etc.)
  3. Print out the form.
  4. Fill out the form.
  5. Bring it to camp.

Church Roster Form (One per Church)

  1. Download the Camp Roster Form.
  2. Fill out the form and email to:

Make sure you familiarize yourself with the guidelines of the camp.

Camp Guidelines

Download a pdf of our Camp Guidelines

We believe these rules reflect the commitment and purpose of this Christian camp. Campers not complying with these regulations may be asked to leave the camp.

No alcoholic beverages, tobacco, or other controlled substances will be allowed on this property.
All prescription medicines must be monitored by the camp nurse.

This camp will not tolerate individuals indulging in anti-social behavior considered detrimental to the total group welfare.

Any damage to or defacing of camp property is a major violation of camp policy and preventing it should be an important part of the director’s effort to have a good camp week. Any such damage will be repaired or replaced as needed and paid for by those responsible for the damage.

No swimming or water activities without proper supervision which means: a trained lifeguard with CPR training shall be on duty for the first twenty people; after that, additional observers shall assist the lifeguard. Only experienced swimmers may swim beyond the roped-off area. Boats and canoes must not enter the swimming area. Everyone will wear a life-jacket while canoeing or boating. There will be no mixed swimming of boys and girls.

5. No fireworks, water balloons, or shaving cream fights. (see rule 3)

6. No physical contact between male and female campers.

7. No electronic devices that play media of any kind.
No TVs, radios, magazines, video games, tape players, CD players, MP3’s, iPods, PC’s or laptops will be allowed at any time.

8. No cell phones.
Cell phones will be turned in to counselor and returned upon leaving on Friday.

9. In the event of an emergency
All activities are to be stopped and campers report to the chapel hall.


It is not too much for us to ask that you dress like a Christian. These are not suggestions these will be strictly enforced.

  • Dress clothes are requested for the evening service which includes a collared shirt.
  • Pants are to be worn on the waist. (Belt preferred)
  • No sweat pants. Cut-offs or shorts allowed FOR SWIMMING ONLY
  • No shirts with questionable pictures or emblems or words.
  • No see-through or mesh-like material shirts.
  • No sleeveless shirts.
  • No mod or faddish style clothing.
  • No earrings or necklaces.
  • Hair must be off the ears and collar. No rat tails.
  • Shoes must maintain nice appearance.


It is not too much for us to ask that you dress like a Christian. These are not suggestions these will be strictly enforced.

  • Dress clothes are requested for evening services: dresses or skirts.
  • Modest clothing is loose fitting clothing that covers all skin from the knee to the shoulders.
  • No sun dresses with narrow straps or low necklines or low backs.
  • Modest loose fitting tops, blouses, skirts and skirt-type culottes.
  • No shorts, miniskirts, or pants of any kind.
  • Skirts, dresses, and culottes must touch the floor when kneeling.
  • No slits above the knee.
  • Modest one-piece bathing suits.
  • No sleeveless tops.
  • No mod or faddish style clothing.

Any violation of the above rules will be dealt with according to the discretion of the camp director and staff. We reserve the right to ask any camper to change an outfit if, in the estimation of the staff, it is immodest or inappropriate.


We are currently using the facilities of:


Northwoods Baptist Camp
Hosted by Bible Baptist Church

Pastor Philip Green
05855 M-66 N | Charlevoix, MI 49720
Phone: 231.547.4300