Adult and Family Day and Overnight Opportunities
You are invited to join us at Templed Hills for some socially distanced opportunities! Please email Jill (firstname.lastname@example.org) to register at least 10 days ahead for overnight opportunities.
- • “Outside is best!” This is what we’ve learned in this Pandemic. Wash your hands, wear a mask, keep physically distant, and when you do leave your home go outside! Many of us have always known that “outside is best” and are so happy to share our sacred outdoor spaces with everyone, as long as you don’t get too close 😊
- • Templed Hills Camp offers a safe place for peace, relaxation, and rejuvenation in God’s creation. We know families and individuals still have need for a safe sacred space to retreat and Templed Hills can meet this need.
- • We want to provide a safe recreation and retreat space for families and adults this fall and winter.
- • Self-contained hiking, camping, and outdoor activities are among the lowest risk activities to spread Covid-19.
- • Crisp air, falling leaves, crunching leaves, bright colors, cool breezes… fall is a great time to be outside in Ohio! Come walk with God and find your peace and Sabbath this fall at Templed Hills.
- • Snow falling, sledding, and cool breezes make winter a great time to be at camp also.
- • Did you know that Snow Trails is about a 20 minute drive from Camp? There you can ski, snowboard and snow tube, usually December to March. After a day on the slopes, come spend a relaxing night and morning at Templed Hills. Click here to learn more about Snow Trails.
- • Families and adults
- • Hike and picnic
- • Help with service projects to beautify the camp
- • Individual adults are also invited for individual retreats (such as Pastor retreats – or others)
- • Provide your own food
- • Bring your own sports equipment to enjoy the sports fields/facilities with your families
- • Late Fall/Winter accommodations:
- • Parker Ridge Cabins are closing at the end of October for the winter.
- • We will offer rooms in the Lower Level of Skipper instead.
- • Participants will need to do a Covid-19 self-check, then confirm they are not sick or exposed and submit a form stating this. Sick or exposed people must stay home.
- • Templed Hills staff will be cleaning according to local, state, and CDC guidelines
- • Participants will be expected to:
- • Remain at least 6ft from any non-household family member
- • Wear a mask when inside a public space, leaving your overnight sleeping room, or passing another group of people
- • Only go inside for using a restroom or self-contained overnight sleeping
- • Wash hands and use sanitizer on a regular basis
- • Follow directional signage for people traffic flow and spacing.
- • Please contact Jill Frey at least 10 days ahead at email@example.com to make a reservation.
- • Because only outside activities will be available, participants may choose to reschedule if there is inclement weather, by contacting Jill prior to the anticipated arrival time.
- • Fees:
- • Day participants will be charged $10 per person 6 years old and older. Children age 5 and under are free.
- • Overnight participants may rent a room in the lower floor of Skipper for $60 per room/night (up to 4 people per room) and enjoy the rest of the property during the day.
Additional information for overnight campers:
- • Your room should be available after 3pm
- • You will be able to drive to Skipper to unload and then should move your car to the main parking lot. Limited parking may be available at Skipper. We may stagger arrival times to accommodate this movement.
- • If you are only staying one night, you will need to vacate your cabin by 10am so that we can clean it for the next group.
- • Each room has 4 beds (generally two bunk beds).
- • Restrooms and showers are “down the hall” and shared if there is more than one family.
- • The following will be available for your use and will be shared if more than one family books:
- • Refrigerator
- • Microwave
- • Coffee maker
- • Toaster
- • You may choose to bring:
- • Coolers and ice to keep your food safe.
- • Crockpots or other small electric appliances to prepare your food.
- • You will need to bring your own dishes and everything you need. The only sinks are small sinks in the restrooms or restroom size. You may want to bring compostable (or other environmentally friendly) paper products.
- • A campfire ring will be available upon request. Firewood will be provided, please bring your own matches.
- • At this time tent camping is not available as we do not have an adequate location for self-contained tent camping with access to essential services, like restrooms and water.
- • You may choose to bring: