The Upper Level includes a meeting area with a beautiful stone fireplace. It has a large dining hall with tables and chairs and can seat 100 comfortably. We serve meals out a full size commercial kitchen. The large dining room can be divided into three sections. It has WiFi, and 3 large screen TVs for presentations.
Lower level has central game room/meeting space. The meeting space has a projector, blue ray player, screen, white board, and pullout couch. It also includes: Ping Pong Table, Shuffle Board Table, Pool Table, board games. The 2 dorms include a boys and girls side. Each dorm sleeps 22 with restrooms and showers connected to sleeping areas. The rooms are temperature controlled throughout the year.
|This building accommodates people in 3 seasons. There are 7 private bedrooms each with a bunk bed. There is a meeting/living room furnished with TV & DVD player, a kitchen area with refrigerator, sink, microwave, washer, and dryer. 2 bathrooms with a toilet and 2 shower stalls. This building is air conditioned during the Spring, Summer, and early Fall.|
|With 18 beds in each of 4 remodeled cabins, these cabins have a steep roof line. A 30″ mattress is provided in each of the permanent wood bunks with the steep roof serving as the wall of the bunk. With electricity for lights and ceiling fans for amenities the A-frames have screens on either end to help with air flow and are appropriate for warmer weather seasons|
We have three bunk houses that sleep 4 each. The rooms Include air conditioning and electric during the Spring, Summer, and Fall. Bathrooms located nearby during Spring/Summer season.
There is a deck and seating area between two of the bunkhouses near Deere Lodge. Deere Lodge provides close bathrooms for bunkhouse during 3 seasons.
|The Camping Caves are the newest sleeping addition to Camp Fontanelle. They provide a unique sleeping environment underground. Each of the two caves sleeps 24 each. Includes air condition in Spring/Summer, and electricity. There is a nearby fire ring for intimate campfire experiences. An amphitheater will be added soon for outdoor worship and small group experiences. Camp Cave dwellers use the 7:24 building for restrooms and showers.|
|The 7:24 building is named for the Biblical passage Matthew 7:24. “Therefore anyone who hears these words of mine and puts them into practice is like a wise man who built his house upon the rock.” The 7:24 includes a storm shelter, large meeting space, outside picnic area, and a concession stand. The building is used for our summer camp program, guest groups, as well as utilized during our Fall Corn Maze.
A 3 season multipurpose building built to host your event with the option to fully enclose this building or open it up with the 8 garage doors. A fireplace on the inside creates a great atmosphere that warms the hearts and the bodies. The inside provides ample space as well as audio/visual and sound capabilities. On the outside you can enjoy the wrap around deck or enjoy the cover under the extended roof or trees above. A second fireplace is available outside as well. Restrooms, vending machines, and a warming kitchen with serving windows help complete this wonderful structure. Great for potlucks, reunions, receptions, birthday parties, ‘outdoor’ church services and more! Also includes a Storm Shelter Area
|Camp Fontanelle has 5 RV Pads with full-service hook ups. We have guest stay for various reasons including missionary work and for summer Camp. Contact the office for more information about RV availability.|
|Fort Jones was completed as an Eagle Scout Project in memory of Simeon Jones. The fort includes a fire pit in the center and a large deck. We often do sling shots and archery at the Fort. The Fort has space for treeboats were kids can sleep. In addition, there are several activities included around the fort: Moleball, Human Foosball, Rollerslide. We also use Laser tag with the Fort for summer camps and guest groups.|
|The camp has a 30′ x 60′ pool just below the main lodge. The swimming pool is available from May – August and is primarily used for our summer camping program. There are pool toys available by the bath house. We provide a lifeguard on duty when the pool is in operation. The bathhouse adjoins the swimming pool and has 4 shower stalls and 2 toilets for each bathroom.|
|The Historic Petting Barn is utilized by both our Summer Camp and Corn Maze. Many Guest groups also visit the animals there. Some animals living in the barn are goats, donkey, llama, sheep, chickens, pigs and bunnies. Just next door we have a smaller building called the Critter Cove which houses smaller touch and feel animals that the kids can actually hold. There are lots of outdoor barn yard games as well a 6 fire rings for cook outs. There is a large sandbox with toys for the younger children. We also have a large outdoor movie screen for watching movies by the barn. Next to the barn is a stage for groups and performers.|
|The Arts & Crafts cabin is primarily used during our summer camp season. It includes an adjoining building that houses arts and crafts supplies.|
|The Gazebo provides a great place to meet outside with small groups. Located near our main lodge, the summer campers often use this area for Bible study and prayer.|
|The Amphitheater is one of the worship sites we use during summer camp. It creates a beautiful outdoor setting next to a stream with a canopy of trees. The trees blanked the space when summer is in full season. This worship site is located less than quarter of a mile from our camping caves. It features a cross, table and lectern.|
|Inspiration point is the closest worship site to our main lodge. It is used every week throughout the summer and often by guest groups through the spring and fall. It provides a beautiful overlook of the Elkhorn River. Inspiration Point includes firewood boxes and the Elephant Steps, which lead to the various trails in 190 acres of wooded area.|
Christmas Tree Hill
Christmas Tree Hill
|Christmas Tree Hill is located within our 190 acres of woods and trails. It includes an intimate seating area, fireplace, wood box, and lectern. Our summer campers often worship here. It’s a great place for photos, and for the rustic tent adventurer!|