Eagle Ridge Cabins
Available for Family Getaway Weekends. Our Eagle Ridge Cabin area offers a total of 17 units. All cabins have cement floors, electric lights and outlets, as well as twin-size beds (most bunked) for up to 13 guests per cabin. Our Cabins are recently remodeled & log-sided and include heating & air conditioning units.
Restrooms with showers are located in a separate building a short walk away from each cabin. Guests provide their own bedding, towels and personal care items (Linen service not available for cabins). Cooking is allowed outside of each cabin. Fire rings & picnic tables are available with advance request. Families are allowed to share the cost of a cabin.
Available for Family Getaway Weekends. A picnic table and fire ring are included as available (limited supply). Request at check-in (1 per site). Restrooms with showers are available nearby all our campground areas.
Mill Point offers 16 reserved back-in sites with electric, water & septic.
Reserved in advance by site number (1A/B – 8A/B & 9). Mill Point Site Map
Cottonwood offers 8 reserved pull-thru sites with electric & water.
Reserved in advance by site number (1-8). Cottonwood Site Map
Westwood offers 21 electric only back-in sites.
Reserved in advance by site number (1-21). Westwood Site Map
Lakeside offers many tent & limited electric sites for individual families or family groups. Actual sites are not reserved, though capacity is limited in these areas. Sites available on a first come, first served basis for each session. Entire area may be reserved by church groups or family reunions during Family Getaway Weekends. Call Camp Office for details: 800-732-1990.
One Family Household per site (Dad, Mom and unmarried children). Other family members may occupy the same site, but must pay their own registration fee separately.
Minnesota code requires a minimum of 10′ between camping units (does not include portable fabric tents) to allow access for emergency vehicles.
Firewood will be available again at no charge this summer for Family Camp guests. Guests are asked to help slow the spread of tree damaging pests by leaving their own firewood at home.