Sleep outside. Build fires. Laughing. Compete. Split wood. BYOPretty much everything. Test your strength. Tell stories. Make pals. Talk to God. Do life together.

Starts July 23 at 9AM. Ends July 24 at 2pm. 40 bucks. Room for 100 men, 18 and up.

Real camping. For real men.



Where is ManCamp?

Well…that’s a secret. One that only mancampers will get an answer to.

What if I’ve never camped before?

No problem. This trip is all about getting outside your comfort zone, alongside other men. We’re here to challenge you and encourage you, whether you’ve camped for decades or don’t own a tent. When we trade convenience, comfort and security for the great unknown, we’re pretty much guaranteed to grow.

What if I don’t know anybody?

Perfect! You’ll make friends in no time. Every man camper will be assigned a unit: a group of 9 other guys, led by a trip captain. You’ll do everything with your unit: get outfitted, bring food, set up camp, compete and generally solve problems. You are going to be good friends with your unit by the time this trip is over.

Can I bring a friend?

Yep. You can order up to four tickets at a time.

What do I need to bring?

Once you’re signed up, we’ll send you a full list. But the short version is: one duffel bag and one backpack, filled with camping gear, a chair, warm/dry clothes and food.

How long is it?

We’ll depart from the church parking lot at 9AM sharp on Saturday, July 23 and will return the next day by 2PM.

What if I have to leave early?

You’re in for the whole deal if you go. We’re taking buses to get to the campsite and back. The entire event is a communal experience.

Will it be too cold?

Nah, it’ll be fine.

What if it rains?

Then we’ll probably get wet.

What are we doing?

Sleeping outside. Building fires. Laughing. Competing. Splitting wood. BYOing pretty much everything. Testing our strength. Telling stories. Making pals. Talking to God. Doing life together.

Why do tickets go on sale so early in the morning?

See the first question re: getting outside your comfort zone.

Camping is free, right? What’s with the $40?

We have a handful of expenses to cover. Stuff like meat, fireworks, ropes, more meat. You know, the usual. Your $40 pays for that.

Is this event tax-deductible?

Sorry, no.

What if I sign up, and then cancel at the last minute?

Tickets are non-refundable. If you cancel, we’ll give your spot to someone on the waiting list.