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Family Camp

Taking a break from your regular routine and escaping to the beautiful and relaxing atmosphere of Camp Spofford gives you and your loved ones a variety of great opportunities to experience God and enjoy each other. Packed with exciting programs for all ages, a week at Camp Spofford is certain to be a time that the whole family will cherish. What better place to make memories together than at Camp Spofford!

Family week begins with check-in time between 2:00-5:00 p.m. on Saturday and ends the following Saturday at 10:00 a.m. Be sure not to miss the Saturday night banquet, served at 5:30 p.m. sharp.

Camp Spofford is known for its great food. If you have special needs, contact our food service director in advance.

Family Camp registration begins in the first business day in November via phone only at 603-363-4788 ext. 21. Any time thereafter, you can also email the camp office regarding any reservation inquiries. Returning camp guests have an opportunity to put down a deposit on the same accommodation for the same week for the summer following their visit. This offer stands until the last business day in October. New reservations will NOT be taken prior to the first business day in November.

Click on the speakers' names to read their bios

Impress - for Homeschooling FamiliesJune 25 - 30Hosted by Tom and Kam Oborne
Week 1July 2 - 9Gary Hoag, Prof. at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Deerfield, IL
Week 2July 19 - 16Todd Williams, President of Cairn University, Langhorne, PA
Week 3July 16 - 23Scott Solberg, Pastor of Wethersfield Evangelical Free Church, Wethersfield, CT
Week 4July 23 - 30Foye Belyea, Pastor of Mountainview Church, Voorheesville, NY
Week 5July 30 - August 6Gregory Carlson, Director, Division of Biblical, Religious and Philosophical Studies / Chair, Department of Christian Ministries, Trinity Int'l Univ.
Week 6August 6 - 13Michael Healy, Pastor of Findlay Church, Glasgow, Scotland
Week 7August 13 - 20Eddie Cole, Eastern District Superintentdent, Evangelical Free Church of America
Labor Day WeekendSeptember 2 - 5Bryan Marvel, Pastor of Dunwoody Community Church, Atlanta, GA

Camp Spofford provides plenty of opportunity to spend time with your family, as well as offering age-specific programs for kids and a wide array of activities for adults.

Nursery (Ages 0-3) – Provided during all services (3 year-olds who are potty trained may attend Pre-Campers).

PreCampers (Ages 4-7) – Age appropriate activities provided every morning and several evenings each week.

Explorers (Family Campers Ages 8-12) – Provides over 5 hours of family-centered activities each day.  Highlights include chapel, games, hiking, tubing, campfires and more.  We encourage families to attend afternoon and evening activities together.

Adventurers (Family Campers Ages 13-17) – (or entering 8th grade) Includes activities each day for teens to meet and hang out, such as water sports, games, competitions, chapel and more.  One full-day, off-camp excursion will be planned (extra fee).

Youth Camp - Children in the age group that runs concurrent with your Family Camp Week may opt to join the Youth Camp Program as either overnight campers or Family Day Campers.

Adult Activities - Throughout the week, adult tournaments for ages 15 and up include: bocce, croquet, shuffleboard, tennis, horseshoes, and more. Be prepared for adult Staff vs. Guests team game competitions in softball, basketball and volleyball. and perhaps compete in our Tin-Man Triathalon, consisting of swimming, running and biking. You can also try waterskiing, tubing, sailing, canoeing or a pontoon boat ride. Other area attractions include golf, hiking, mountain climbing and various other tourist attractions. And don’t forget to bring your fishing pole!