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Revival Generation

Many times throughout history, we have seen the people of God rise up and turn back to Him with passion and fervor for their faith in times of great revival. What is revival? It isn’t goosebumps or an emotional high. Revival is the spiritual awakening of God’s people to their true nature and purpose. Revival is mainly for God’s people, but those who do not know Christ also benefit because Christians actually get serious about their faith. Has the time come for another great revival? Will your generation lead the way? Join us for FUGE Camps 2024 as we look at four stories in the Bible of great change and revival that resulted in generational impact and be challenged to make a difference for generations to come.

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Kids Jumping into the Lake

"And my people, who bear my name, humble themselves, pray and seek my face, and turn from their evil ways, then I will hear from heaven, forgive their sin, and heal their land."

2 Chronicles 7:14


Pre-registration will be opening on 3/1. Register your camper, fill out the required forms, and pay a $50 deposit by clicking the link below.

Early Bird Registration:

  • Deposit to secure pricing due: May 19

  • Full amount due: June 1

Late Registration: July 1

All camp dues must be paid-in-full by 7/1 to secure spots and to allow for transportation and chaperones to be secured.


If you are in need of a full or partial scholarship, or if you would like to provide toward a scholarship, please email:





It takes a village to raise a child, and it takes a crowd to wrangle campers! For every 5 campers, we are looking for 1 adult. If you're interested in being a chaperone and want more details on what this entails, reach out.

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About Aldersgate

Aldersgate Camps and Retreats encompasses 40 scenic acres in a beautiful forest setting. Since opening on this site in 1965, Aldersgate Retreat has established itself as one of the premier non-profit retreat centers in the Pacific Northwest.



  • 9-hole disc golf course

  • 32-foot climbing wall

  • Waterslide

  • Inner Tube Creek Float

  • Newly Remodeled indoor gym

  • Paintball course

  • Foosball tables

  • Carpet ball

  • Human Foosball Arena

  • Air hockey

  • Ping-pong

  • Ga-Ga Pit

  • Tree swing

  • Sand and grass volleyball courts

  • Spacious recreation field

  • Soccer goals

  • Softball/kickball field

  • Campfire pit

  • Horseshoe pits

  • Playground

  • Walking trails

  • Tennis/pickleball court


What do my students need to bring to camp?

Bible, shorts and t-shirts, jeans, sweatshirt or light jacket/raincoat for colder evening possibilities (because PNW), shoes-tennis shoes for recreation and sandals if desired, personal hygiene items, favorite pillow, sleeping bag, towel, sunscreen, bug spray, money for snacks and meals to and from camp and items in the FUGE Camps store and other optional items such as a water bottle.

What should my students not bring to camp?

Alcohol, tobacco, illegal drugs, fireworks, any kind of weapon, water guns, water balloons. We recommend no radios, iPods, CD players, play station portables or other gaming devices, roller blades or skateboards. If students do bring cell phones or iPods please ensure these are not distractions at camp.

Are my students allowed to bring their medication to camp?

If you have students who will be on medication prescribed by a doctor while they are at camp, we highly encourage the group leader or an adult from the group to be the one to carry and administer that medication to the student.

Any over-the-counter medications should also be carried and administered by the group leader or an adult in the group.

For any questions or accommodations that need to be met in regards to medication at camp, please reach out to

As my students are packing for camp, what is the dress code they need to follow while at FUGE Camps?

Please ask your students and adult sponsors not to pack anything that:

  • Advertises alcohol, tobacco, illegal drugs

  • Explicitly or implicitly promotes racism, sexism, or hatred of any group or person

  • Explicitly or implicitly refers to sexual actions or situations

  • Has spaghetti straps, except for sleepwear

  • Is excessively short or tight fitting.


While at camp, we ask that students and adults:

  • Wear closed-toed shoes to recreation.

  • Wear modest, one-piece bathing suits or two piece suits covered with a colored T-shirt.

  • Wear modest shorts, dresses, slacks, and jeans for worship. Long pants or knee-length skirts are required for students or adults participating in worship on stage.

  • Do not dress in a way that calls attention to their underwear (sagging your pants, rolling down your waistbands, etc)

  • A dark t-shirt if you plan to take the messy games or water games track.

  • We invite you to join us as leaders in monitoring your group to ensure they are dressing appropriately.

Will my group be sharing a room with students of another church?

No. Your group will be housed together and will only share bedrooms with those of the same gender in your own group. However, depending on the size of your group and the size of the dorms, your group may be housed in the same building as other churches.

What is included in the price of camp?

Lodging, meals starting with dinner on opening night through breakfast on closing morning, t-shirt, name tag, Camp Guide, and all supplies needed for camp. 

At what age may students attend FUGE Camps?

FUGE Camps are for students having completed 6th grade through 12th grade. Bible studies, track times, recreation, ministry sites and other programming elements are built around the developmental needs of students in these age groups.

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