Camp Registration Update for 2024!

We will update the related camp pages by February 1st, 2024. The on line camp registration forms will also be open for registration on February 1st, 2024.

Dear campers and friends,

The 2024 summer camping season follows:

– Opening Camp                                                                     May 24th-27th

Youth Camp                                                                         Cancelled please see the update on the youth page

– Women’s Retreat                                                                 June 14th-16th

– Discovery Camp                                                                  June 27 -July 3rd

– Family Camp                                                                        July 19th-25th

– Weekend ‘Nature Camp’                                                     August 2nd- 4th

– Hike and Hang out camp (Unstructured)                        August 12th-15th

– MCOB Seniors Day (New)                                                  August 15th

– Young Adult Camp Weekend (New)                                 August 16th-18th

– Love and Laughter in the Pines (Women’s retreat)       August 23rd-25th

– Weekend Work Camp This is a soft close with Building projects like finishing tops of cabins  1, 3, ,7 and new roof 9.

In order to continue having successful camps, we need your participation in registration.

If you can’t wait to register then see the link buttons on the individual camps. 


Lynda Sesser, Registrar, (209) 527-8613 or email at:

Garry Pearson, CPP Board Chair, (530) 681-6577 or email at

Camp Peaceful Pines is a Smoke Free, Alcohol free, and pet free Camp.

Who Goes to Camp?

Camp Peaceful Pines is for everyone young or just young at heart! What makes Camp Peaceful Pines a great place to go is the outdoor setting adjacent to the Carson Iceberg Wilderness and experiences of faith through the various camps from Junior to Senior High, Family Camp, Discovery Camp or retreats.

What is Camp?

The purpose of Camp Peaceful Pines is to provide campers an opportunity to grow in their Christian faith and community:
– By developing the wholeness of Christian personality including the awareness and use of spiritual resources;
– By deepening Christian understanding and commitment through the study of the Bible;
– By helping campers strengthen their relationship with others, with God and His creation;
– By gaining an appreciation of Brethren beliefs and practices;
– By teaching stewardship of creation and responsible community participation.

Where is Camp?

Camp Peaceful Pines is located in the beautiful Stanislaus National Forest next to Clark Fork River. Camp is 55 miles east of Sonora on the north side of Clark Fork Road, about 6.8 miles off of Highway 108. Camp is at an elevation of 6200 to 6400 feet.