Idaho Family Camp

Faith, Family, and Fun in the Catholic tradition

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What we do at camp

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Details for Idaho Family Camp 2023 at Three Meadows
Start Times & Mass Schedule:

The schedule for the new location at Dworshak State Park is still being determined.

Thursday check-in/set-up begins at 1 pm
Thursday: Camp begins with Mass at 6:30 pm
Friday Mass is at 9:30 am
Saturday Mass is at 9:30 am
Sunday Mass is at 9:30 am
Sunday check-out is 1 pm
and we will be sent forth to depart until next year!
We will have the opportunity to pray the Liturgy of the Hours, please pack it if you have one.  Also, if you have the Magnificat, please bring it for daily Mass.
 *The above times and details are subject to change*
The Weekend

Idaho Family Camp is a long weekend typically from Thursday afternoon to Sunday afternoon. It is a weekend that draws together the treasures of Faith and Family, through prayer, formation and fun-filled activities.


Each day begins with Mass and then opens up to a day of faith-filled, family-friendly activities. After Mass the family might spend the morning in age-specific activities all geared to teach and strengthen and help the family members to share the Faith. Throughout the afternoons and into the evenings, families will enjoy activities such as a bonfire, sing-alongs, family Rosary, family games, action-packed sporting tournaments (including softball, basketball, and volleyball), swimming and arts-n-crafts; as available at the specific camp facility.


To encourage families to “fall into God’s grace” there may be opportunities for Eucharistic Adoration, Reconciliation, and family prayer time. In the spirit of Pope John Paul II, these graces and love through the Holy Family will envelop each family to become a “family for others”.


The spirit of joy, song, praise, love, and friendship abounds!  The Camp will honor and praise Almighty God, from Whom all blessings flow, and to rest and recreate as loving friends of Jesus. The hope of the Camp is for families to experience friendship with the other families, so together they can help build God’s Kingdom.

  Some of the daily activities ...

  • Daily Mass
  • Breakout sessions
  • Free time
  • Fellowship at Meal time
  • Campfire songs and activities
  • Hiking
  • Mountain biking
  • Strolls in the forest
  • Crafts
  • Family banners
  • Campfire Rosary
  • Divine Mercy Chaplet
  • Fellowship
  • Games
and more ...