News & Updates
One night in the late 1860‟s, little Amy Carmichael sincerely prayed that God would give her blue eyes. As she eagerly looked in the mirror the next morning she was very disappointed to discover that she still had brown eyes.
Mandaville Camp & Retreat Center invites youth & families to join us for our: Outdoor Education Discovery Programs taking place during the months of March/April/May featuring local guest instructors.
We are grateful for all God is doing and for your faithful partnership in the ministry here at Mandaville and in our surrounding community. Our fall and winter programming went well and we are excited about how God has worked in answer to your prayers! At our fall Family Fun Day, we had the most people on the camp property ever!
Some Happy Campers
It was better than I could imagine!
I loved the bible drills, the campfire Friday nights with the skits. Seeing my “best” friends for 2 weeks out of the year!
The friends I made at camp when I was 13 are still my friends 7 years later. There are truly so many great activities for youth. I can’t express how highly I think of this camp. Definitely, recommend.
Thank You for a GREAT week. Cole had an awesome time and is already talking abut going back next year.
Thank you for bringing such a superior summer program. Having my daughter in your camp makes me feel better about having to be away from her all week. This is an exceptional opportunity for her.
I learned the value of teamwork. and respect for each another because everyone from counselors to kids treated me with respect.
I had such a great time at camp. I am really anxious and excited to come back next year, ideally for two sessions.
I went to Camp Mandaville for 13 years and helped build it where it is today. Always will be a dear part of my life
Attended, worked here, grew up here. Loved every minute, my favorite place on earth.
Loved the cabins in the evening and trying to memorize as many bible verses possible to get points, still remember a lot of those! Wish I had never eaten all the “plums” at my table… Those points I could have done without!