Father Daughter Camp 2023

We are excited to bring you Father Daughter Camp!


February 10-12, 2023

Price: $110 For Dad and 1 Daughter (each additional Daughter $40)


Father Daughter Camp is for Dads and daughters who are in k-12th grades

Shake off those winter blues by spending a heartwarming weekend with your daughter in the snowy wonderland that is MLBC (usually) . Year after year daughters have shared how impactful it was when they were able to spend a weekend with their dads apart from the regular distractions of life. Our staff works hard to make sure you are able to spend as much time as possible with your daughters and also do some great activities to enhance the father/daughter bond.


Friday, February 10, Check in at 5:00pm at Mountain Lakes Bible Camp

Sunday, February 12, 12:00pm Camp concludes

What to bring

Nice warm winter clothing (there may be a lot of snow and you may want many layers), Sleds, Bible, sleeping bag, pillow, toiletries, towel, pocket knife and flashlight. Nice clothes for the Saturday Night semi-formal dinner.

What not to bring

Hand held video games, fireworks

Check out this Video from Last Years Father Daughter Camp!








Other Information

This year is a Covid year.

Due to Covid-19 we ask that you bring and wear a mask anytime you are indoors, or outside and unable to maintain your physical distancing (of 6 feet or greater). 

We also ask that you wash your hands and/or use hand sanitizer (which will be provided) frequently.

We ask that if you have been in contact with someone with Covid-19, have a new cough, shortness of breath, fever above 100.4 and/or Chills that you remain home. If any of these symptoms appear while at camp, we ask that you return home.

These steps will help to ensure that MLBC will remain Covid free, which in turn will help to ensure that future camps are able to happen also.

​Last minute information such as schedule changes or weather warnings will be distributed via email if provided at the time of registration



Your Father/Daughter Director:

Jon Moritz