Where Christ and a good time go together!
And Jesus came up and spoke to them.
“All authority has been given to Me in heaven and on earth.
“Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I commanded you; and lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the age.”
Matthew 28:18-20 – NASB
Kootenai Christian Camp was established in 1955 for the purpose of training and equipping young people for Christian service and discipleship. Located on the shores of beautiful Lake Mary Ronan in Northwest Montana, Kootenai Christian Camp presents a variety of outdoor activities like swimming, boating, fishing, and hiking, along with the rest of the camp program. The heart of the program is time devoted to Scripture study, challenging Biblical preaching, and worship.
Camps are offered for young people entering grades 1-12.
There is also a Family Camp held over the Labor Day weekend. The drop-down menu at the top of the page offers links to all the content on this website. Find out more about the different camps, submit a camp registration, view a slideshow of pictures taken at Kootenai Christian Camp, or contact the camp deans, camp manager, or the webmaster for this website. There is also a page devoted to the history of Kootenai Christian Camp, and another that shows a map and driving directions.
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Please pray that God will use the upcoming camp season for His glory in every way.
If you have any problem using any of the email links throughout this website, please download this file which has a full list of all emails related to Kootenai Christian Camp. In order to open the file, you’ll need Adobe PDF Reader (see link below) and the password “KCC”.
View a Camp Brochure in PDF
To get to Kootenai Christian Camp, you have to get to Highway 93 in Western Montana first. Assuming you’ve gotten that far, here’s how you get to the camp.
As you travel Highway 93 on the west shore of Flathead Lake, you’ll come to the town of Dayton. Turn off to the west on the Lake Mary Ronan Highway (point “A” on the map). After about 6 miles (5.9 according to Google Maps) turn left on the Camp Tuffit road, which means turning off of the pavement onto a gravel road. It’s a short distance up a relatively steep hill and then you’ll turn left onto the West Shore Road. If you come to Camp Tuffit, you missed the turn. Now stay on the West Shore Road for about 4 miles, and you’ll come to Kootenai Christian Camp (point “B”).