Guests/Retreats

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Presbytery Point Camp, Inc. is a member of the Presbyterian Church Camp & Conference Association. This year Presbytery Point celebrates 79 years in Christian camping ministry to all ages. “The Point” welcomes other church and non-profit educational groups to consider hosting retreats, events or camps at our beautiful facility.  

Presbytery Point Camp Guest Information

mackinaclodgeextfrontThe Mackinac Lodge, fashioned as a Finnish ski lodge and built with cedar, is a year-round facility for church or educational retreats, conferences, seminars, meetings, and other events housing 24 guests. The lodge and full-length deck panoramically overlook Lake Michigamme, barrier free.

There are four dormitory style bedrooms. Each has a private bath with a large mirror, two-sink counter, & shower. Each bedroom is also furnished with bookcase headboards, a dresser, a chest of drawers, a desk with chair, reading lamps, and alarm clocks. Floors are carpeted and bedrooms have small wardrobes for hanging clothes.  Guests provide their own bedding and towels.

anutaThe Anuta Room offers space for workshops, dining and a place to relax around the fireplace with friends. The 23′ X 31′ carpeted community room is furnished with tables and chairs, lounge chairs, and an awesome view of the lake.

The Mackinac Lodge has a full-service kitchen (18′ x 16′) and is available for guests to prepare meals.

Six cabins, equipped with electric heat, a deck & lake view, are available May-September when camps are not in session. Two heated bathhouses with showers, sinks, & mirrors serve the cabins. A spacious year-round Dining and Worship Hall, the Red Pine Pan Tree, showcases a pristine view of Lake Michigamme.   It seats up to 75 guests.

cabin-picThe Red Pine Pan Tree features a modern stage which makes this ideal for the arts, wedding services, and church or non-profit educational groups bringing their own programs to the Point.

The Point, with its exclusive location, offers 23 acres to connect the body, mind, and spirit with God and nature. An outdoor sanctuary lies at the tip of the point and is a place of inspiration and peace. An encircled campfire bonds acquaintances into friendships. The waterfront includes docks, swimming area, fishing ,canoeing & sunfish sailing. Bicycle enthusiasts will find trails and a bike lane on US 41. Winter sports include snowshoeing & cross-country skiing with trail opportunities nearby.

Please contact us for church and non-profit educational group guest opportunities and information at (906)869-0925.

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