Camp de Benneville Pines
Camp Opportunities 2013
De Benneville Pines 2013 Church Weekend
Friday, October 4, 3:00 p.m. to Sunday, October 6, 2:00 p.m.
Camp de Benneville Pines is our beautiful UU camp in the San Bernardino Mountains. OCUUC Tapestry and Laguna Beach Congregations share this camp weekend together. We had a wonderful weekend last year, sharing interactions and activities at camp. These events help bring us all closer together. Our UU district camp has steadily grown. Experiencing the mountains and forest is satisfying, and interaction with members from other churches and fellowships enriches the experience.
There will be activities for all ages from kids to seniors, or people can spend the entire weekend reading or dozing with feet up at the fireplace in the lodge. Janet James manages the facility, which is very comfortable, and the food is terrific. Camp activities are in the planning stage but will include things like hiking, archery, yoga, meditation, worship, singing, a treasure hunt, board games, art and workshops. Camp is open to members and friends, singles and families, all are encouraged to participate.
Here is a Registration Form and also a Sample Schedule Activities from 2012, so you can see the rich offerings. Each year, the activities are based on the offerings of those who attend, so let us know what kinds of craft, sports, or other activities you would like to bring to the camp weekend.
Contact Karen Anderson at campocuucorg (campocuucorg) .
Other Camp Opportunities
There are many different camps held throughout the year. Some of the options include elementary, junior and senior high school camps, work camps, yoga retreats, and Thanksgiving celebrations. Take a look at the full calendar of events to find one that works best for you.
Register for camp directly on the Camp de Benneville Pines website.
About Camp de Benneville Pines
Camp de Benneville Pines is located in the Barton Flats area of the San Bernardino National Forest, about 90 miles east of Los Angeles. At an elevation of 6,800 feet and a short walk from Jenks Lake, the camp is surrounded by a forest of towering pines, cedars, and oaks.
Please contact Karen Anderson (campocuucorg) with any questions.