Man Camp 2017

Firm Foundation: Building Life on the Bible

Mark your calendars for the 51st Annual Men’s Round-Up at Prescott Pines Camp.

Get together a group from your church and prepare for an amazing time of fellowship with your brothers in Christ.  Tremendous life lessons, team tournaments, great food and fun!

We had a great turnout last year and an excellent camp.  We can’t wait to see you all this spring!!

Dates

March 31-April 2, 2017

MEN'S2Regular Check-in begins at 3pm on Friday, March 31st.

Dinner will be served from 6-6:45 pm on Friday

The last meal will be lunch on Sunday

Activities

Just a taste of all the great events we have planned this year:

  • Volleyball TournamentMEN'S3
  • Horseshoe Tournament
  • Archery
  • High Ropes Course
  • Zipline
  • Golf
  • Indoor Climbing Wall

Special Offering

Every year we take a special offering to raise money for project at camp. This year we will be raising money for new carpet in the Main Chapel.

Golf

Come to camp early and enjoy golf on Friday, March 31st with the guys!

You can stay for the weekend Men’s Retreat, or enjoy a day of golf and head home.  It’s up to you!

Cost: $80 for Golf

Antelope Hills Golf Course will once again be the site of this year’s golf outing. Your registration for golf must be completed at the same time as your camp registration. You must register in advance and will not be able to register at the course. We will meet at the club house at 7:30am and tee off at 9:00am. Cost includes range balls, green fee, cart and lunch in the clubhouse.

We will not be able to offer our Thursday overnight stay at camp this year and apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

Directions: From camp, take Senator Hwy down the hill and turn right on Hwy 69.  Get in the left lane and bear left on Hwy 89.  Follow this for 7 miles.  Turn right on Perkins Drive, and you’re there!

Getting Ready Forms
Medical Release & Participation Agreement

Medical Release & Participation Agreement

 

Cost
$197 Pine 1 or Pine 2 with linens (call for availability)
$176 Sycamore with linens (call for availability)
$128 All other Standard Lodges (bring your own linens)
$112 RV space with program and meals (call for availability)
$97 Program and meals only – No Lodging
$71 One day program rate including meals
$80 Golf
   
 


$15 discount on regular rates when you register and pay in full by March 2nd
(Discount does not apply to Golf )

Bring 10 men from your church and your pastor comes FREE!

Registration

Registration closes March 24th, however, camp fills up fast so it may close before this date.

Please call for availability of upgraded housing and RV spaces (928)445-5225

Full payment amount must be submitted with all registrations. Registrations are transferable for the same accommodation rate level.  A cancellation fee of $50 is non-refundable.

We have a new on-line registration program for all our camp sessions. To register please click the “Register Now” link to the right. The registration works best when using Google Chrome. When the registration page has opened you will create an account with a user name and password. Please save both for future camp registrations. Once logged in complete the camper profile and then register for camp. Payment may be submitted on-line or you can send a check to Prescott Pines Camp.

Frequently Asked Questions
  • Sleeping bag, pillow & towels
  • Flashlight
  • Toiletries
  • Soap
  • Bible, notepad & pen
  • Warm clothes
  • Comfortable shoes
  • Sports equipment: golf clubs, fishing pole, softball glove, etc.
  • Money for Hungry Bear Market Gift & Snack Shop and Cardiac Grill

Campers will be pre-assigned to housing based on space available and roommate requests. See registration form to indicate a roommate preference, we will try to honor your requests. Church groups will be assigned housing together, based upon gender. No cabin assignments will be changed on check-in day.

Prescott Pines is not responsible for any items left behind, lost, or stolen. After 30 days, unclaimed items become the property of Prescott Pines and will be given to needy families or charitable organizations. We recommend that you leave valuable items at home .

The camp broadcasts a wireless internet signal from the Welcome Center and the Hungry Bear Depot outside of the Dining Hall.  You can access this signal using most wi-fi enabled devices.  Please stop by the Welcome Center to get the access code.

Depending on your provider, you will either have partial cell phone coverage or none at all.  Verizon is the best for now, AT&T is a close second.  Sprint is pretty sketchy and T-Mobile and other smaller companies are probably out of luck.

  • All paid guests are given a wristband when they arrive at camp and are asked to wear it for the duration of their stay.  Anybody on campus who is not wearing a wristband will be asked to check in at the main office.
  • All visitors need to check in at the welcome center upon arrival and will be directed to their group leader.
  • Prescott Pines Camp is surrounded on three sides by National Forest and by private property on the fourth side.  There is a fence surrounding the property and the entrances are both clearly marked.
  • Group leaders can request keys for various levels of security in the lodging.  By default, we will give one master key for each building you are using, mainly for the purpose of unlocking doors that were accidently locked.  If you would like individual room security though, we can provide you with a specific key for each room.  Please keep in mind though that there is a small fee for lost keys.
  • Please do not bring valuables or expensive items to Prescott Pines Camp.  We are not responsible for lost or stolen items.  The safest place to keep these items is in your private vehicle.
  • Our biggest security concern here is the animals.  Squirrels and skunks live fat and happy lives here at camp and are not afraid to walk through open doors day or night.  They also have not figured out how zippers work either and tend to just chew their way through a bag to get to the food.  Please help us out by keeping doors closed, even when you are in the room.

If you submit your registration online, you should receive an email confirmation within a few minutes.  Please check your spam box to make sure it wasn’t filtered.

If you sent in your registration via “snail mail”,  you will receive an email when it is processed, assuming you gave us one on the registration form.  If you did not, then you may verify we received it by calling.  Please give us at least a week to get your registration in the mail and process it before calling.

With enough warning, we are able to accommodate most dietary needs.  Please let us know about your needs via the Dietary Request Form.

If your dietary needs constitute a serious health risk, the safest thing to do is bring your own food.  We can provide refrigeration and a microwave for you to prepare your own meals.

The Hungry Bear Snack and Gift Shop is available upon request by the group leader. We offer a variety of snacks, hot food items, and fountain and bottled drinks. There is also a selection of souvenirs, t-shirts, gifts and toys to choose from.

We are sorry, but pets of any kind are not allowed at Prescott Pines Camp.  Feel free to become attached to our local wildlife as a complimentary substitution.

While all of our buildings are non-smoking areas, there is a central (and covered) area where smoking is permitted.    Alcohol is not allowed at Prescott Pines Camp.

  • Lodging is assigned according to how many people are in your group and what is available.  Your lodging assignment may not be the same as last year!  We will let you know what has been assigned to you as soon as we can.
  • We only assign you the number of buildings you need.  You will need to assign your campers and chaperons to the individual rooms.
  • You can see floor plans and cabin assignment sheets on our website.
  • Guests must bring their own bedding, towels and toiletries.  Upgraded lodges include bedding and towels, but not toiletries.  Upgraded lodges are also an additional fee.

Floor plans and cabin assignment sheets

Registration closes March 24th

Call for upgraded lodging and RV space availability (928) 445-5225

Speaker

Dr. Mark Williams

Dr. Mark Williams is a speaker, author, and church leader helping people build their lives on practical, biblical insights. Since 1981 he has been in full-time ministry starting churches, writing resources and training leaders around the world. For 18 years he served with Dynamic Church Planting International and in the fall of 2016 he founded and began full-time ministry with Discipleship Journeys with Jesus, equipping people in actionable, biblical wisdom. 

In our chapel sessions Mark will be teaching on:

1. Happiness comes when I quit complaining

2.The curse of comparison

3. You can defeat depression

4. Choosing a winning attitude 

Be sure to check out http://www.markalanwilliams.net/ for more information on Mark and his ministry.

Worship

Elements City Church Praise Band

Registration closes March 24th

Call for upgraded lodging and RV space availability (928) 445-5225

Speaker

Dr. Mark Williams

Dr. Mark Williams is a speaker, author, and church leader helping people build their lives on practical, biblical insights. Since 1981 he has been in full-time ministry starting churches, writing resources and training leaders around the world. For 18 years he served with Dynamic Church Planting International and in the fall of 2016 he founded and began full-time ministry with Discipleship Journeys with Jesus, equipping people in actionable, biblical wisdom. 

In our chapel sessions Mark will be teaching on:

1. Happiness comes when I quit complaining

2.The curse of comparison

3. You can defeat depression

4. Choosing a winning attitude 

Be sure to check out http://www.markalanwilliams.net/ for more information on Mark and his ministry.

Worship

Elements City Church Praise Band

Dates

March 31-April 2, 2017

MEN'S2Regular Check-in begins at 3pm on Friday, March 31st.

Dinner will be served from 6-6:45 pm on Friday

The last meal will be lunch on Sunday

Activities

Just a taste of all the great events we have planned this year:

  • Volleyball TournamentMEN'S3
  • Horseshoe Tournament
  • Archery
  • High Ropes Course
  • Zipline
  • Golf
  • Indoor Climbing Wall

Special Offering

Every year we take a special offering to raise money for project at camp. This year we will be raising money for new carpet in the Main Chapel.

Golf

Come to camp early and enjoy golf on Friday, March 31st with the guys!

You can stay for the weekend Men’s Retreat, or enjoy a day of golf and head home.  It’s up to you!

Cost: $80 for Golf

Antelope Hills Golf Course will once again be the site of this year’s golf outing. Your registration for golf must be completed at the same time as your camp registration. You must register in advance and will not be able to register at the course. We will meet at the club house at 7:30am and tee off at 9:00am. Cost includes range balls, green fee, cart and lunch in the clubhouse.

We will not be able to offer our Thursday overnight stay at camp this year and apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

Directions: From camp, take Senator Hwy down the hill and turn right on Hwy 69.  Get in the left lane and bear left on Hwy 89.  Follow this for 7 miles.  Turn right on Perkins Drive, and you’re there!

Getting Ready Forms
Medical Release & Participation Agreement

Medical Release & Participation Agreement

 

Cost
$197 Pine 1 or Pine 2 with linens (call for availability)
$176 Sycamore with linens (call for availability)
$128 All other Standard Lodges (bring your own linens)
$112 RV space with program and meals (call for availability)
$97 Program and meals only – No Lodging
$71 One day program rate including meals
$80 Golf
   
 


$15 discount on regular rates when you register and pay in full by March 2nd
(Discount does not apply to Golf )

Bring 10 men from your church and your pastor comes FREE!

Registration

Registration closes March 24th, however, camp fills up fast so it may close before this date.

Please call for availability of upgraded housing and RV spaces (928)445-5225

Full payment amount must be submitted with all registrations. Registrations are transferable for the same accommodation rate level.  A cancellation fee of $50 is non-refundable.

We have a new on-line registration program for all our camp sessions. To register please click the “Register Now” link to the right. The registration works best when using Google Chrome. When the registration page has opened you will create an account with a user name and password. Please save both for future camp registrations. Once logged in complete the camper profile and then register for camp. Payment may be submitted on-line or you can send a check to Prescott Pines Camp.

Frequently Asked Questions
  • Sleeping bag, pillow & towels
  • Flashlight
  • Toiletries
  • Soap
  • Bible, notepad & pen
  • Warm clothes
  • Comfortable shoes
  • Sports equipment: golf clubs, fishing pole, softball glove, etc.
  • Money for Hungry Bear Market Gift & Snack Shop and Cardiac Grill

Campers will be pre-assigned to housing based on space available and roommate requests. See registration form to indicate a roommate preference, we will try to honor your requests. Church groups will be assigned housing together, based upon gender. No cabin assignments will be changed on check-in day.

Prescott Pines is not responsible for any items left behind, lost, or stolen. After 30 days, unclaimed items become the property of Prescott Pines and will be given to needy families or charitable organizations. We recommend that you leave valuable items at home .

The camp broadcasts a wireless internet signal from the Welcome Center and the Hungry Bear Depot outside of the Dining Hall.  You can access this signal using most wi-fi enabled devices.  Please stop by the Welcome Center to get the access code.

Depending on your provider, you will either have partial cell phone coverage or none at all.  Verizon is the best for now, AT&T is a close second.  Sprint is pretty sketchy and T-Mobile and other smaller companies are probably out of luck.

  • All paid guests are given a wristband when they arrive at camp and are asked to wear it for the duration of their stay.  Anybody on campus who is not wearing a wristband will be asked to check in at the main office.
  • All visitors need to check in at the welcome center upon arrival and will be directed to their group leader.
  • Prescott Pines Camp is surrounded on three sides by National Forest and by private property on the fourth side.  There is a fence surrounding the property and the entrances are both clearly marked.
  • Group leaders can request keys for various levels of security in the lodging.  By default, we will give one master key for each building you are using, mainly for the purpose of unlocking doors that were accidently locked.  If you would like individual room security though, we can provide you with a specific key for each room.  Please keep in mind though that there is a small fee for lost keys.
  • Please do not bring valuables or expensive items to Prescott Pines Camp.  We are not responsible for lost or stolen items.  The safest place to keep these items is in your private vehicle.
  • Our biggest security concern here is the animals.  Squirrels and skunks live fat and happy lives here at camp and are not afraid to walk through open doors day or night.  They also have not figured out how zippers work either and tend to just chew their way through a bag to get to the food.  Please help us out by keeping doors closed, even when you are in the room.

If you submit your registration online, you should receive an email confirmation within a few minutes.  Please check your spam box to make sure it wasn’t filtered.

If you sent in your registration via “snail mail”,  you will receive an email when it is processed, assuming you gave us one on the registration form.  If you did not, then you may verify we received it by calling.  Please give us at least a week to get your registration in the mail and process it before calling.

With enough warning, we are able to accommodate most dietary needs.  Please let us know about your needs via the Dietary Request Form.

If your dietary needs constitute a serious health risk, the safest thing to do is bring your own food.  We can provide refrigeration and a microwave for you to prepare your own meals.

The Hungry Bear Snack and Gift Shop is available upon request by the group leader. We offer a variety of snacks, hot food items, and fountain and bottled drinks. There is also a selection of souvenirs, t-shirts, gifts and toys to choose from.

We are sorry, but pets of any kind are not allowed at Prescott Pines Camp.  Feel free to become attached to our local wildlife as a complimentary substitution.

While all of our buildings are non-smoking areas, there is a central (and covered) area where smoking is permitted.    Alcohol is not allowed at Prescott Pines Camp.

  • Lodging is assigned according to how many people are in your group and what is available.  Your lodging assignment may not be the same as last year!  We will let you know what has been assigned to you as soon as we can.
  • We only assign you the number of buildings you need.  You will need to assign your campers and chaperons to the individual rooms.
  • You can see floor plans and cabin assignment sheets on our website.
  • Guests must bring their own bedding, towels and toiletries.  Upgraded lodges include bedding and towels, but not toiletries.  Upgraded lodges are also an additional fee.

Floor plans and cabin assignment sheets