Site & Facilities

Located in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula just three miles north of the Wisconsin border, Covenant Point is 140 miles northwest of Green Bay, and 340 miles north of Chicago.  Adjacent to thousands of acres of Ottawa National Forest, Covenant Point is close enough to make a weekend trip worthwhile, and far enough to be a truly set-apart wilderness experience.

The mainland area is a thirteen acre peninsula on beautiful Hagerman Lake – a spring-fed, 585 acre lake that we enjoy year-round. Our “Back 40” wilderness area is largely undeveloped, but is home to our high and low ropes courses, a tree house, two yurts (which both sleep 8), and our Nature Center. Our eight-acre Island sits one mile from our mainland shore, (yes, it’s truly an island), and serves as a truly unique wilderness setting for youth camps.

Lodging & Meeting Spaces

In the fall and winter, Covenant Point offers living and meeting arrangements for up to 190 persons.  Each living space is fully winterized with a bathroom, shower, and common lounge area.  The Tabernacle seats up to 250, making it ideal for worship gatherings and large meetings, as well as indoor activities including basketball, dodge ball, and even roller skating (we have skates!).