Homeschool Family Camps

This week is not only for homeschool families. Any family may attend, however, the speakers and the program is focused on bringing homeschool families together in their common bond of being a homeschool 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 Sat, July 16 - Fri, July 22, 2022

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Guest Speaker: Rob Rienow

Bob is the founding pastor of Covenant Community Care, a faith-based non-profit health center whose mission is to provide quality, integrated health care for those that need it the most. Bob’s wife, Evelyn, founded Charlotte Mason Community School, whose mission is to provide a Christian liberal arts education that fosters the development of great minds and wide interests while nurturing each child’s relationship to God and the world He created.

Old Mill Point Sat, August 14 – Fri, August 20, 2021

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Guest Speaker: Todd Wilson

Todd Wilson, author of Help! I’m Married to a Homeschooling Mom and The Official Book of Homeschooling Cartoons, is a dad, writer, conference speaker, and former pastor. Todd’s humor and gut-honest realness have made him a favorite speaker at homeschool conventions across the country and a guest on Focus on the Family. Todd and his wife Debbie, along with their eight children spend several months of the year traveling the country encouraging moms and dads. His humor, realness, and straight talk to men (& women) have become his trademark.

Deposit/Fee Breakdown:

Pricing will depend upon your accommodations and the number of people in your family. Upon registration, a $250 deposit/family will be required. In addition to the housing fee (which will vary based on the option selected), guests will also pay a per person program & meal rate.

Old Mill Point Housing Fees

Willoughby Lodge Private Guest Rooms – sleeps 4-8 people - $475/room
Features private guest rooms with bath/shower facilities down the hall.

Cabins w/Guest Rooms – sleeps 4 people
Beach Cabin or Harwood Cabins - $675/room
3 guest rooms per cabin, each with a private bathroom, featuring a common leisure area and a kitchenette.

Family Cabins
Shadynook, Spruceview, & Bayview - $880/cabin
Deck - $820/cabin
Deertrail - $730/cabin
Cedarnook - $645/cabin
Duplex - $685/side
Private cabin featuring a kitchen and a leisure area with a woodstove.

Point Cabins – sleeps 8 people - $475/cabin
Cabins with a queen bed and bunk beds with a nearby community bath/shower facilities.

Tent Sites - $215/site
Includes electrical hookup (no water or sewer) and bathhouse within a short walking distance

Homeschool Family Camp Program & Meal Fees

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

  • PO Box 425
  • 1128 S Cedar Campus Rd
  • Cedarville, MI 49719