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God. Self. Others. Nature.

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Summer Camp

We provide 8 weeks of nature-based adventures and experiences for kids from 2nd – 9th grade.

Retreats & Groups

We’ve got great spaces for your retreat, small or large group, meeting, school event, and more.

Adamah Art Studios

Immersive, affordable creative workshops and educational seminars. We specialize in ceramics and other artistic mediums.

Events

We host, support, and program events for all ages year-round.

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We could all use a place set apart with time to unplug. Whatever Bethel Horizons experience you choose, from camps to retreats, field trips to group gatherings, you can expect to leave refreshed, renewed, and reconnected to God, yourself, others, and the natural world.

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stories from

Happy Campers

Be open to new people and new experiences.

 I’ve learned so much about others and myself, trying new things like climbing and mountain biking.

Cate

Camper

He had this sense of pride and independence when he came home!

Being at camp gave our son the opportunity to be completely unplugged and have all of these new adventures. When he got home he seemed so grown up and couldn’t wait to go back.  

Krista

Camper Mom

News + updates + articles

The Latest from Horizons

Cool Stuff

Cool Stuff

Joe Mueller is an active, adventurous senior at Memorial High School who has always enjoyed being outdoors. Taking Advanced Ropes at Memorial High School was a no-brainer for him. “I was really excited about this class because of all the cool stuff we get to do...

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Learning in Community

Learning in Community

“Don Hunt taught the first ceramics class at Bethel Horizons in 1982 in the dining room of the Barn Retreat Center,” shared his widow, Kathy Hunt. “Don’s dream was to create a studio where anyone could come and learn to throw a pot.” “After that first year, they moved...

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Space in the Universe

Space in the Universe

“I was a loud, weird, curly-haired girl who did not have many friends in my small town.” Cena shared about her 13-year-old self.  “My mom was a cook at Bethel Horizons, and I was able to tag along with her to work. I loved hanging out at camp because I learned I...

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Communing with Clay

Communing with Clay

It was 1998, and Margie Genrich had just been hired to teach ceramics at the high school in Tomah, WI. Even though Margie had been working in clay for over 15 years, she didn’t know how she would articulate that knowledge to students. “It was at a fall Wisconsin Art...

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Primitive Beginnings

Primitive Beginnings

On their 3rd or 4th date, Pastor Duane took Ruth to Bethel Horizons for the first time. It was 1971 and the very first summer that Bethel Horizons welcomed campers. “Camp was so primitive back then. The kids slept in teepees or on a tarp under the stars, and the staff...

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Unique Bonds

Unique Bonds

Nico Garmendia had never been to a camp before.  Born in Venezuela, Nico grew up in India and now attends art school in Vermont.  “Camp isn’t a thing in India. I have many friends in Vermont who've talked about their experiences attending or working at camp in the...

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