Family Camps

Reclaim Family Time

Nothing is more important than family, and nobody does a better job bringing your family together than Camp Tecumseh. Rent out one of our spacious cabins for Family Camp on Memorial Day or Labor Day weekend or Grand Camp in September and experience Tecumseh with those you love most.


Activities & Schedule

Programs that bring your family together

With a flexible schedule and activities for all ages, you can do what you love at your own pace. From horseback riding through the pine forest, to canoeing across the lake, Family Camp provides plenty of opportunities for unique, shared experiences designed specifically to bring your family together.

Program Areas

All visits to Camp Tecumseh include the following activities during your stay:

Riflery ($1 for 10 shots)



Black Hole & Bullet Slides


Nature Center

Candle Making ($2 per candle)

Horseback Riding ($9 per rider)

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Evening Programs

Evenings at Camp Tecumseh are special. Enjoy a family-friendly, staff-led campfire full of silly songs and hilarious skits as the sun sets, see how you stack up against other families in fun games like family feud, bingo, and kickball, and cap off your opening night with a perennial camp classic, s’mores.

Self-Directed Activities

In addition to our staffed program areas, Camp Tecumseh features numerous self-directed activities. Hike through the oak forest or the pine forest. Start a gaga tournament. Come play at the Three House Tree-House and take your picture by the giant chair. Play a round of disc golf. Make survival bracelets in the Nature Center. No matter what you’re into, we have something for you.

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Family Camp Schedule

Friday4:30-9:00 p.m.Check-In at Trading Post
8:30 p.m.S’mores with Camp Staff
11:00 p.m.Quiet Hours Begin
Saturday8:00 a.m.Breakfast
9:00-11:45 a.m.Program Areas (see below)
12:00 p.m.Lunch
1:00-5:00 p.m.Program Areas (see below)
5:30 p.m.Dinner
7:30 p.m.Campfire with Camp Staff (songs, skits, fun)
11:00 p.m.Quiet Hours Begin
Sunday8:00 a.m.Breakfast
8:45 a.m.Chapel with Camp Staff
9:00-11:45 a.m.Program Areas (see below)
12:00 p.m.Cookout Lunch
1:00 p.m.Departure


Your home away from home

Featuring 48 cabins that sleep up to 700 people, every cabin at Camp captures the feeling of a nostalgic camp experience while maintaining today’s comforts. Completely winterized and within walking distance of all dining halls and program areas, Camp Tecumseh cabins operate as your home away from home no matter when you decide to stay with us.


Each cabin features a porch equipped with picnic tables and benches. Every duplex features an outdoor fire pit.


15 built-in bunk beds provide a comfortable place to sleep as well as ample storage space for personal items.


Each cabin features attatched restrooms that include at least 2 showers, 2 toilets, and 2 sinks.


Two great options no matter the size of your family

Camp Tecumseh offers two separate pricing options for bringing your family to Family Camp. All pricing includes five meals, lodging on Friday and Saturday night, and a full slate of activities.

Share with others

Shared housing with other families, with men in a cabin on one side of a duplex, and women in another cabin on the other side of the duplex. Individual pricing at $100 a person.

Rent a cabin for your family

Rent out a full cabin that you can use as you would like. Our most popular option, pricing starts at $400 for the cabin plus $50 per person.

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Grand Camp

Get away with the grandkids.

Offered every September, Grand Camp is a special weekend where Grandparents get to spend valuable time with their grandchildren. Enjoy the full slate of Camp Tecumseh’s program areas ranging from boating to horseback riding in addition to special Grand Camp only arts & crafts and scavenger hunts.

1-Night Stay

$70 per person

Lodging on Saturday Night plus lunch and dinner on Saturday, and breakfast and lunch on Sunday.

2-Night Stay

$103 per person

Lodging on Friday & Saturday Night plus breakfast, lunch, and dinner on Saturday, and breakfast and lunch on Sunday.


Sign up for Family Camp.

We are no longer registering for Family Camp 2019. Check back soon for Family Camp 2020 information.

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Getting ready for Family Camp

From packing lists to check-in instructions, to special dietary requests, we have everything you need to prepare yourself for your Tecumseh adventure.