At Grand Oaks, the ages of our facilities vary widely, and
we strive to keep each of them well maintained. Grand Oaks holds a special
place in the heart of most of our guests. Therefore, they are typically willing
to help in the upkeep of “their camp” and are asked to clean any used
facilities before departing. Continue reading for some unique information about
our campus, or go straight to the pages for each individual facility using the
Although there was no “master plan” followed, over the years
Grand Oaks was developed in a way that truly makes sense. Centrally located on the grounds are the
major meeting and recreation spaces as well as the facility manager’s home. For most events, guests can move easily
between meeting venues with only a short walk.
The paved recreation court just outside the Dining Hall allows campers
and guests to conveniently use it while waiting for a meal or after eating. The large grassy area outside the Chapel is
often used for Frisbee or other games allowing campers and young guests to burn
off energy prior to meeting or worship times.
Around the perimeter of the property are the camper cabins,
conveniently located so that the girls stay on one side of the campus and the
boys on the other! A unique feature in
the history of this camp is that all buildings were developed and are owned by
the camp itself, not individual churches.
This allowed continuity in development that often is not the case in
When we have seen a need for remodeling the old or building
the new, with God’s help we have done our best to meet the needs of our
campers. We believe that you will find
this a special place to meet with others and draw closer to our God.