The Log Fire—3,632 acres, which caused the evacuation advisory for Kidder Creek this summer has been 100% contained. The fire held at the ridge where firefighters were hoping to hold it above Kidder Creek. Interior smoke may continue to be visible over the fire area. Suppression repair efforts are ongoing, as crews continue to monitor and mop up remaining hot spots.
Please continue to pray for the firefighters and for rain!
A jewel in the crown of our properties! Located in northern California just south of the Oregon border, the camp is nestled at the base of the breathtaking Marble Mountains. This wilderness setting includes almost 600 acres of mountain forests, horse pastures, bubbling creeks and a popular recreation pond. Whitewater river rafting on the Klamath, rock climbing beautiful panoramic cliffs and refreshing waterfalls are all short trips from home base.
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Oct 11, 2014
Join us for the Kidder Creek Fall Festival! Apple Picking, Pony Rides, Live Music, Archery, Bonfires, Zip Line, Games, Fishing Contest, BBQ Dinner, and more!
Kidder Creek provides a bridge to a life-transforming encounter with God. Our aim is to make campers know they are special to God and to us. In doing this, we offer a clear presentation of God’s Word embedded in a well-designed program and presented by a spiritually mature staff. A variety of adventures have been designed to build confidence and create lifelong memories for campers of all ages.
Two hours north of Redding, CA and an hour south of Ashland, OR off I-5 in a heavenly place called the Scott Valley. To reach Kidder Creek, follow I-5 to Yreka and take exit 773 to Hwy 3/Fort Jones. On Hwy 3 head southwest 15 miles to Fort Jones. 6 miles past Fort Jones, turn right on South Kidder Creek Road. Go 2.7 miles to the camp entrance.
Our aim is to make all campers know that they are special to us and to God. In doing this, we emphasize three priorities:
A Mature Program Staff
A Well-Designed Program
A Clear Presentation of God’s Word
Perfectly designed outdoor experiences for adventurers in 2nd through 6th grade
Adventure challenges perfect for Junior High Students.
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