2017 Trips

Covenant Point’s Trips Program offers opportunities for campers to encounter God’s complex natural creation. Having the lakes and woods of the U.P. and Northern Wisconsin at our doorstep allows us to hike and canoe in beautiful places. Smaller size groups averaging 12 trippers or less makes the program an excellent way for you to form deeper friendships with peers and to bring about discussion and interaction during the activities of the day or around the camp fire at night. For those who love the outdoors and want to learn more skills, the trips program is for you. For others who have never been camping or hiking or canoeing, the trips program is your chance to see what it is like to live in the natural world for a week or two. The trips program offers challenges, fun, and adventure for middle and high school age as well as adults.

Canoe 6/7/8: Flambeau River July 9 – 15 $400
Backpack 7/8/9: Porcupine Mtns June 18 – 24 $400
Canoe 9/10/11/12: Flambeau River July 23 – 29 $410
Adventures in Leadership – Backpack 10/11/12 (AIL) June 25- July 1
Adventures in Transition 11/12/13 (AIT) July 16 -22  $425
Venture Out Women: Porcupine Mountains August 8 – 11 $290

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Firsthand ExoerienceFirsthand experience: Life in the backcountry involves learning new wilderness skills, navigating real-life challenges, and caring for one another through physically rigorous hikes and paddles.

Stillness and sillinessStillness and Silliness: The unexpected nature of life on the trail creates both moments of great laughter and spontaneity, as well as captivating scenery that encourages new perspective and quiet reflection

Deep DiscipleshipDeep Discipleship:  Following Jesus involves learning to depend on God and others. Campers experience evening chapels under the open sky, journaling as a spiritual discipline, and campfire discussions around God’s Word.

WildernessPassion for Wilderness and Adventure:  Fully immersed in the beauty of the wilderness, trippers can hike along Lake Superior’s shore, swim in a Northwoods lake or river, summit a mountain, and cook a tasty meal over a campfire.

space to leadSpace to Lead:  Trippers may learn to navigate for the group, choose and set up a campsite, care for equipment, serve one another, and even lead devotional times- experiences which teach them how to listen well, care of one another, and make important decisions together.

excellent careExcellent Care:  Our Trips guides are well-trained in wilderness skills and risk management, as well as  certified in Wilderness First Aid, Lifeguarding, CPR, and Leave No Trace Ethics- all to provide a safe, exciting adventure for our trippers