Senior Saints Weekend

April 30-May 1, 2021

Register by April 21, 2021

Camp isn't just for kids!

Have you ever dropped off the kids or grandkids at camp and wished you could stay too?  Are you looking for a way to meet new friends and fellowship with others while enjoying some recreational activities?  The Trail Ridge Senior Saints Weekend is what you've been waiting for!  Designed especially for our campers 55 years old and up, this weekend will be filled with good conversation, great food, and even better Scripture challenges.  Come Friday afternoon and spend the night, or come just for the day on Saturday!  You won't want to miss this refreshing time of fellowship in God's beautiful creation!  Attire for this event is casual.

Event Cost: 
Friday and Saturday - $50 per person, $90 per couple
Saturday Only - $25 per person, $45 per couple

What's Happening?

For those spending the night, registration opens at 4:00 PM on Friday.  We'll let you explore and get to know people before having supper and a challenge at 6:00.  We'll finish up the evening with devotions and a pie social, with games available and the camp store open!
For those arriving on Saturday, we ask that you arrive between 7:30 and 8 AM so that we can start the day off right for you and those that have spent the night, with a hearty breakfast at 8:00 sharp before beginning our day!  At 9:00, we'll load up the bus and head to the nearby Amish stores and bakery for the morning.  Lunch will be served at 12:30, with another chapel session.  Following lunch, you'll have some free time to spend however you'd like, and our snack shop and camp store will be open during this time.  At 2:30, we'll meet at the chapel for a good old-fashioned hymn sing and our final challenge for the weekend.  We'll wrap up around 4:00 PM and send you on your way with a "Happy Trails!"

Speaker: Pastor Ken McGee

Pastor McGee has served in local churches for over 60 years as the Senior Pastor as well as “Pastor to Seniors”.  Ken and his wife Sherrill have served in churches throughout Wisconsin and Michigan during his years of ministry.  His love for the Lord and His word has been the foundation of his ministry along with a great desire to serve the people God has placed in his life and churches he has ministered in.  
Pastor McGee has also served his country in the Coast Guard as well as serving the communities they have lived in by being involved as a volunteer fireman and Chaplain for police and fire departments. He and Sherrill have four children, 15 grandchildren and 18 great grandchildren.


If you're coming for the full weekend, we have several lodging options for you.  Individuals will be staying in our gender-restricted dorms, and will need to bring along towels and bedding for a twin bunk.  If we run out of space in the dorms, we may have you stay in one of our newly refurbished cabins as well.  Couples will be housed in our "tree houses" (modular homes), and depending on demand, may be sharing the tree house with another couple.  These homes do have a few steps up into them, so please keep that in mind when you register.  If you are unable to go up stairs, we do have two "easy access" rooms that are more accessible, but these rooms are limited and are first come-first serve.  If you need one of these easy access rooms, you will want to register as soon as possible and note your preference on your registration. We will do our best to accommodate your request based on availability.

Tree Houses

Easy Access Room