Homeschool Family Camps

This week is not only for home school families. Any family may attend, however, the speakers and the program is focused on bringing home school families together in their common bond of being a home school family. Encouraging each other, sharing resources and experiences, this week is designed with unstructured time for your family to connect and create lasting memories while learning more about God in His creation.

Cedar Bay is Located

on the shores of Lake Huron, providing guests with plenty of opportunities for kayaking, sailing, paddle boarding and fishing. Developed trails, throughout Cedar Bay’s 500+ acres, will make exploring God’s creation accessible for families throughout their stay. Relaxing in a lounge chair by the shore is a nice change of pace for those looking to unwind from the hustle and bustle of life.

Old Mill Point July 15 - July 21, 2023

Home School Family Camp 1

Guest Speaker: Jamey Nichols

Pastor Jamey Nichols and his wife, Michelle are from Stanton, MI. They have three adult children who are each married, living and working all over lower Michigan. They’re request for grandchildren is currently on back order. Jamey has been involved in church ministry as a youth pastor, an assistant pastor, a senior pastor, and most recently as a specialized interim assisting churches in various forms of transition. He is a rural farm boy at heart who also loves music, movies, and his morning coffee. He loves the Word of God and especially enjoys teaching it to people of any age.

Old Mill Point August 13 – August 19, 2022

Home School Family Camp 2

Guest Speaker: Dr. Randy Williamson

Mississippi native, Randy Williamson, is the husband of Tricia and father to their two girls, Kennedy and Audrey. Previously, Randy has pastored local churches in rural Mississippi and Arkansas. Blue Mountain College and Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary are where he received his Bachelors of Arts, Master of Divinity, and Doctor of Ministry degrees. Randy currently is the Program Administrator at Scripture Memory Fellowship in Texas. His passion for Scripture memory came from his encounter with the Topical Memory Course through The Navigators about eight years ago.

Deposit and Fee Breakdown

Pricing will depend upon your accommodations (your housing fee) and the number of people in your family (your program and meal fees). Upon registration, a $250 deposit/family will be required.

Old Mill Point Housing Fees

Tent & RV Sites - $215/site
Electrical hookup, no water or sewer. Nearby modern community bathroom and private showers.

Willoughby Lodge Rooms - $475/room
Private guest room - sleeps 4-8, queen bed with bunks. Nearby community bathroom and private showers.

Point Cabins – $475/cabin
Private cabin - sleeps 6-8, queen bed with bunks. Nearby modern community bathhouse and private showers.

Cabin Guest Rooms - $675/room
Private guest room with private bathroom - sleeps 4, queen bed with bunk. Shared kitchenette and leisure area.

Family Cabins - $880/cabin
Private cabin - sleeps 4-10, queen bed with bunks. Private kitchen and a leisure area with a woodstove or fireplace.

Homeschool Family Camp Program & Meal Fees

The per-person rate fee for Homeschool Family Camps is as follows: