The Conference Grounds is closed for camping and cottage rental plus all facility rentals.  We continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation and wait for direction from the state of Michigan regarding when we will be able to re-open.  We have many community  families coming in for walks and yes they are practicing social distancing! We fully anticipate to be closed through the month of April and possibly to mid-May.   Our administration office is open  from 9 am to 4:30, Monday through Friday, though we will closed  Friday, April 3 and Monday April 6.  We are accepting reservations for camping this summer and have openings forRead More →

As things are changing day by day in our world right now it is no surprise that we need to make adjustments as well! Currently all activities and reservations through April 13 have been cancelled. Our administration office is still open to answer phone calls and emails as well as taking care of the essentials of keeping a business a float. Our regular office hours are Monday-Friday from 9 am-4:30 pm. If you call and get our voicemail please leave a message and we will return your call as timely as we possibly can. We are taking reservations for camping this summer as well asRead More →

We are currently running a camping special for the end of the summer!  If you make reservations for week #11 (August 15-22) you can stay week 12 (August 22-29) for half price! If you make reservations for week #13 (Aug. 29-Sept. 5) you can also reserve week #12 (August 22-29) for half price!  That’s a savings of $142.50 for section A and $125 for sections B & C! What a bargain!  Call us today to make your reservations! 616-842-4478  Check out our camping page to check on available sites. We also have cottages available weeks 12 and 13! Call us today to make your reservations!Read More →

In order to raise funds to reduce/eliminate the debt at the Grounds, our director Mike Perton is planning on hiking the entire Appalachian Trail!  He began his hike at Katahdin, Maine on July 2,2018 and is making his way south to Springer Mt., Georgia. He is hoping to be done on Thanksgiving Day after hiking for 2,190 miles! We are still accepting your donations and pledges! Please help us keep him on the trail! 100% of what you give will go towards debt reduction and is tax deductible. Your donations can be sent to us at CRCG – 12253 Lakeshore Dr., Grand Haven, MI 49417.Read More →