Procter Family Camps are a yearly tradition for many, and some families have been attending for multiple generations! Family Camp offers an opportunity to spend quality time together without worrying about meals, planning activities or spending on an elaborate vacation. At Family Camp all activities are optional, so you can plan your camp day around your family’s needs.
We start each day with music and song, a daily story and formation program led by the Chaplain and counselors. We might do service project, art project in Family groups, and adult bible study is offered. In the afternoons the pool is open for free swim, and families can sign up for a variety of activities: canoeing, a trip to the Procter Farm, various sports activities, arts and crafts, music, tennis, or fishing, for example. Spend your time taking a walk, chatting with friends, visiting the labyrinth or reading a book in the rocking chairs.Come to Family Camp for joyous community, to relax and recharge as a family.
Family Camp is the name for our intergenerational programs, but there is space for everyone at Family Camp: traditional nuclear families, grandparents and grandchildren, cousins and nieces and nephews, friend groups, couples, single folks and chosen family. Come join the community!
Procter Center is partnering with the Diocese of Southern Ohio Latino Ministry Commission to host sagrada familia for the third year. Sagrada familia is a bilingual Spanish/English weekend camp, open to all.
Come to Procter after the holidays to rest and recharge with family and friends of all ages. Be present in the New Year. Winter Family Camp includes your favorite Procter
Camp Open House 2020 Save May 2nd on your calendar for our Camp Open House. You are encouraged to invite friends from church, school, or your neighborhood who you’d like to