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God. Self. Others. Nature.

something for everyone

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Summer Camp

We hold a full summer of Christ-centered adventures and experiences for kids of all ages.

Field Trips & Environmental Education

Engage your students, group, or team. Adventure awaits!

Retreats & Groups

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

Adamah Art Studios

Over 40 creative workshops annually, specializing in ceramics, fiber arts, and eco dyeing.


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

Something for everyone

Join us for a camp, retreat, field trip, workshop, or event.

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Adventure Awaits

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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We’ll send you occasional emails about camps, retreats, and other opportunities to connect with Bethel Horizons and Adamah Art Studio.

2 + 3 =

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.



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.  


Camper Mom

News + updates + articles

The Latest from Horizons

Perfect Combination

Perfect Combination

Krista Scott is an active mother of two who loves her neighbors and is passionate about experiencing adventures with friends and family. “We first came to Horizons during the height of Covid for Spring @ Horizons.” shared Krista. “We were invited by friends to escape...

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Welcome and Safe

Welcome and Safe

Lindsey Scheid recalls the difficult transition she experienced as a 7th grader when her family left their church in McFarland to join Bethel Lutheran Church in Madison. She was distraught with their decision as she enjoyed her friends and their time in her hometown...

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Guiding Light

Guiding Light

It had been years since Kim Jensen, one of Horizons first campers and former staff, had visited Horizons. I got to sit down with her on her recent visit to Wisconsin after she enjoyed a hike and tour of the property with fellow alumni. “I love seeing the changes and...

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Camp Life

Camp Life

Juliette LaMontagne is a middle schooler who has been coming to Horizons since she was in the 2nd grade. This year Juliette got to spend her first week in the new Horizons Camper Cabins.  “I come here to have fun, meet new friends and have the camp experience,”...

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Culture Shock

Culture Shock

Alondra Quiñones recalls feeling “culture shock” when she first came to Horizons with her group from Puerto Rico at age 11. “Not culture shock in a bad way, but camp culture shock. We do a lot of things outdoors back home, but we had all of these new activities and...

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Turning Point

Turning Point

Lincoln Scott is a very social kid who makes a lot of friends wherever he goes. That does not mean his mother was not apprehensive about sending him to his first week of overnight camp as a Horizons Explorer following his 2nd-grade year. “This was the first time he...

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