Senior High Trip (coed 9-12 grades)
Dates: June 12-17, 2017 | Cost $285
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Note: Bikes are not provided by camp, but all other needed camping gear is.
This trip is for Senior High campers who like to be outdoors. Some campers come with biking experience but more have never ridden straight through a day as we do on our first day. We start each day with a quiet time for personal devotions and have group devotions in the evening.
The trip is mostly on US 2 east from Powers to St. Ignace, MI. The first stretch out of camp goes on some back roads to Carney, MI. We spend the first night at Bark River Bible Church; about 50 miles of biking the first day. The second day is our longest ride of the week – almost 70 miles. We get an early start, stopping when we need to for breaks. We spend the second night at Indian Lake State Park, a beautiful campground with showers. The third day of riding is a little shorter, going approximately 60 miles. Our day ends earlier, normally at Hog Island State Park, not far from Naubinway. Depending on the weather, a dip in Lake Michigan feels great. The sound of the water is always beautiful. The fourth day of biking is the shortest of the week, only 45 miles into St. Ignace. The ride along the beach sometimes takes a long time because of all the stops to play; a very fun, relaxed ride. Straits State Park is our destination for Thursday and Friday nights. This is in the town of St. Ignace.
After setting up camp and a short rest we enjoy a ride into town to see the shops and the boat docks. The Mackinac Bridge is a must-see at night with its amazing lights.Friday finds us up early to catch our ferry boat over to Mackinac Island. The day is filled with fun things to experience: every kind of fudge you can think of, mountain bike trails, a five mile ride around the island, shopping, or just time in the park enjoying the view and sun. We ride the ferry back to the main land and enjoy our last night together around the campfire. Saturday starts with packing everything into the trailer and eating breakfast. After a few hours of driving we eat lunch, then finish the drive to LLBC and say our goodbyes.
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