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FAQ

What should I bring to camp?
  • Bible

  • Sleeping bag

  • Pillow
  • Bath towel

  • Toiletries

  • Shower shoes

  • Swimsuit (no Speedos or bikinis)

  • Pajamas

  • Comfortable shoes

  • Comfortable closed-toe shoes

  • Jacket/sweatshirt

  • Headlamp/flashlight

  • Alarm clock

  • Sunscreen

  • Bug spray

  • Reusable water bottle

  • Optional: spending money for snack shack, fan, rain jacket
What shoud I know about worship?

Of-course, worship can happen anywhere, whether it be by the campfire or in our assembly hall.  We have outdoor amphitheaters and two campfire areas with seating.  Our worship center can seat 200 and has a complete audio/visual support system to add to your time of worship.

What about games?

With 14 acres full of variety, there are lots of options for camp games.  We are happy to assist and advise on some that have worked well here in the past. 

Can you help us find a guest speaker, or teacher?

Sometimes coming up with a good speaker is an almost impossible task. Most speakers are found based on relationships that groups have.  By serving a broad spectrum of groups, we have a vast network of relationships and help find the perfect speaker for your group.

We offer training in the following areas:

  • Evangelism
  • How to heal the sick
  • How to cast out demons
  • How to prophesy and give words of knowledge
  • How to baptize people in the Holy Ghost
  • How to make disciples
  • Leadership development
  • How to grow your youth ministry
Does Bear Paw Camp rent the facility out to other people/groups?

The value of retreats is indispensable; from the corporate world down to individual ministries, a retreat allows a group to get away from all distractions and refocus on what truly matters and plan for the future. The only struggle with retreats is many groups are too small to put on an entire retreat by themselves and keep the cost affordable. Bear Paw has heard this cry and is in the process of organizing men’s, women’s, college, and high school retreats for groups to join. Contact us for details regarding any retreat you may be interested in by going to our bookings page. If you want to put on a retreat of your own, please contact us for facilities rental information and details regarding foodservice and support activities.

How is the food?

Bear Paw Camp has a reputation for having “the best food.” We want you to love it here, and meals are a big priority for us.  

We have entirely customizable menus.  Configure meal options to fit any budget and taste, from the simple yet delicious to the gourmet. 

What should I know about boating?

Bear Paw Camp is located on the Pend Orielle River with 60 plus miles of navigable waters. This allows us to enjoy fishing, wakeboarding, water skiing, tubing, wake surfing, and pleasure cruises.

Boats are available for rental at $500 each boat per day (3 available).

What should I know about archery?

Bear Paw has an on-sight archery range available for use by groups.  There have been rumors of treats from the snack bar being won on the range and sometimes even cash appears on the range to be won by the shooter that can hit it!

What should I know about the Trust Factory High Ropes Course?

We have partnered with Climber’s With Christ, a non-profit organization that operates from the generosity of others.  

 an intimate experience of overcoming fear and trusting Jesus in all circumstances.  Our “Trust Factory” consists of 7 elements including  Jacobs Ladder,  the Wobbly Cable,  the Wall, the Log Walk, the Leap of Faith, the Centipede and the Zip Line .  It is very exciting and challenging physically, emotionally, and spiritually.  We place our own limitations on God and what He also desires in us and through us.  The course is built around the biblical principle, that when we put our complete trust in our Anchor, we can truly experience “life to the full” (John 10:10) and live a life free of fear (2 Tim 1:7, 1 John 4:18)

Please call Stan Busby to schedule directly: 509-671-1189

We've heard about this awesome Bear Paw bus. Is it available for rent?

We have a 1978 MCI Greyhound bus in great camp condition. It does great highway speeds with great AC, bathroom, and underbelly storage.

Bus rental is $1,000 per day. Must be returned with a full tank.

How is airsoft Biblical?

Our airsoft operation can facilitate up to 40 shooters at once. Yout ministries and organizations are more than welcome to bring additional airsoft guns. Bear Paw Camp provides the first 10,000 pellets. Other pellets needed must be provided by the visiting organization.

The course is available with equipment rental at $750 per day. 

Airsoft is Biblical – come find out how!

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