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Family Programs 

Single Parent Family Retreat *Cancelled*

Dates: June 26 - 28, 2020

Pecometh offers an opportunity for single parents and their kids to get away and spend some time together - and apart - at camp! 

Friends & Family Camp *Cancelled* 

Dates: July 24 - 26, 2020

Experience all the fun and joy that kids at Camp Pecometh do! Gather friends and family and join us for a weekend of Splashdown, s’mores, kayaking, campfires, music, and all the beauty and joy of Pecometh!  You can bring a tent, stay in a cabin, or experience our Riverview Retreat Center. 

Parenting Through Pandemic! 

Dates: September 20 to October 25 at 8pm via Zoom

Here's an opportunity to get together to talk with other parents and caregivers. None of us are experts - we've never been through this before either! - but perhaps together we can help each other find strategies to survive and thrive.

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What's the Difference?

Here are some differences between the two programs, which may be helpful to single parents trying to choose.
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Friends & Family Camp
  • Designed for anyone and everyone! This is a great option if you would like to come with a group of family members, friends, and other families you know.
  • Adults are responsible for their own children at all times. No childcare is provided.
  • Stay in cabins, tents, the RRC or bring your RV!
  • Families go to activities together.  
Single Parent Family Retreat
  • Designed with the needs of single parents in mind. 
  • Programming includes sessions to provide spiritual support, encouragement, and relaxation for parents.
  • Parents are responsible for their own children most of the time; during some sessions Pecometh staff will take the kids to do activities (so the parents get a break!)
  • Everyone stays in the hotel-style Riverview Retreat Center.
  • Camperships are available and churches are encouraged to sponsor families.  
What's the same?
  • Both programs allow families to share the Camp Pecometh experience! 
  • All meals are provided in the Dining Hall.
  • Everyone gets to do camp activities provided by Pecometh staff.