2024 Rainbow Family Camp
Friday, April 5 – Sunday, April 7, 2024
Come join us for CampOUT!, a weekend camp retreat experience for families with LGBTQIA+ parent or parents and families raising LGBTQIA+ children and youth. Camp de Benneville Pines offers a safe and caring environment where families gather together in the fresh mountain air, adults openly share and network, and youth enjoy the freedom to play and build lasting friendships with other like-minded campers.
April in the mountains can be very spring-like or we can have a late snowfall. Plan on having fun outdoors either way. Should we have snowy conditions, we just bundle up a bit more with knit hats, gloves, and warm coats.
Enjoy a walk to the lake, hike into the wilderness, design family quilt square, arts & crafts, colorful egg hunt, spring hat decorating, movie night, chocolate bunnies, building fairy houses. We will play BINGO with prizes, board games & puzzles, showcase your talent, dress-up for Rainbow’s Family Dance Party. There will be lots of good food and lots of good company at every meal.
Rainbow Family Camp is a weekend of fun and friendship because of you! Although our campers look forward to their camp favorites, it is the enthusiastic participation of our parent volunteers that make this camp our most popular camp every year! Do you have a creative idea to share? Would you like to lead a camp activity? Let us know, as we’d love to weave you into our tapestry of fun and games.
At Camp de Benneville Pines, each family has their own bedroom in a fully heated cabin shared with a few other families. Bring your own bedding (sleeping bags & pillows) and plan to make new friends as you gather with old friends up here on our mountain top.
This camp usually sells out fast!
Camp de Benneville Pines has moved to a self-selecting sliding fee scale. Level 1 is our minimum cost, Level 2 is what it takes for us to meet our needs and Level 3 helps to offset costs and supports Camp’s scholarship fund.
|Adult age 19+
|Camper age infant to 2
Pricing includes lodging, all meals, activities, and supplies. A $75 per person non-refundable deposit is required to confirm registration. Full balance due one week before the start of camp. No refunds will be allowed after check-in begins on the first day of camp. Electronic invoices will be sent out periodically, allowing partial or full payment, until payment in full is received.
Camp de Benneville Pines welcomes you to a peaceful night’s rest in one of seven sleeping cabins. The cabins are scattered throughout our beautiful property, surrounded by forest, and walking distance from all camp activities and other buildings. Each cabin is distinctively decorated with a mountain theme. All offer rustic comfort.
Cabins host between three and nine sleeping rooms and two to three communal bathrooms. Standard accommodation includes twin bunk beds, and there are optional cabin upgrades for cabins with kitchens and living room areas, as well as rooms with double beds, or a combination of the two. Cabin upgrades are limited so register early.
Standard Accommodation: included in Camper pricing
Craig’s Cabin: $35/person, 2 people required
Cabin 6: $35/person, 2 people required, twin beds only
Double Bed Room upgrade: $25/person, 2 people required
To make camp affordable, you can even make installment payments!
COVID UPDATE: Camp no longer requires proof of vaccination at check-in, however, you will be required to show a negative Rapid Test result upon arrival before mingling with other campers. More details to follow closer to the event.
Programming: Contact Anna Barvir, Camp Dean, firstname.lastname@example.org
Facilities or General Camp: Contact Janet James, Executive Director, email@example.com, 909-435-6298
Registration: Contact Jessica Fairchild, firstname.lastname@example.org, 909-747-9792
Camp de Benneville Pines may sometimes need to make the difficult decision to cancel camp due to a variety of factors including but not limited to the following: severe weather conditions, Covid and other contagious outbreaks, camp volunteer and site staff shortages, and/or low camper registration. Should the camp have to cancel, refunds will be issued.