Located on the west side of the Tabernacle, the bookstore is open before and after services, except on Sundays. You will find a good selection of Christian books, music, gift items, and Bibles.
The campmeeting speakers often make their books available in the bookstore. Copies of the camp history, At The Bend of the River Grand, will also be available again this year.
Come and see what the bookstore has to offer!
Credit & Debit cards are not currently accepted as payment options at the Bookstore. Please plan to pay by cash or check. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
The cafeteria located at 1605 Grand River Dr. behind the Grace Hotel serves home-cooked meals during campmeeting. Great meals are served daily at a reasonable price. Come enjoy this great alternative to cooking during campmeeting and share in the fellowship with others.
The cafeteria has a handicap-accessible entrance and the rest rooms have been remodeled and updated to make them handicap-accessible.
All are welcome!
|CAFETERIA MEAL RATES|
|Dinner||Sunday Noon Dinner||normal daily cost||charge for meal ticket|
|Children under 3||free|
|Children 3 thru 11||$3||$4||$6||$6.50||$13||$90|
|12 & above||$4||$5||$7||$7.50||$15||$110|
For many years, the Board of Directors of Eaton Rapids Camp Meeting had dreamed of having a place on the camp grounds, that could serve as a museum honoring our 125+ year history, a library, with a collection of quality Christian Books, and a hospitality house, where individuals visiting the grounds for the day can relax. In 2010, the Association was given ownership of the former DeYoung Cottage, located at 709 N. Tabernacle Dr. The Board has designated this cottage to fulfill those purposes. Further, in honor of Larry Holley, his dedication to the camp, and his love of history, the Museum/Hospitality House was officially named The Holley Memorial Cottage.
The exterior of this cottage has been repaired and refurbished with vinyl siding and a steel roof, and the cottage has been appropriately furnishing. Since it is to serve as a museum, library, and hospitality house, our goal is to supply the cottage with quality books, furniture, and household items (that can be used for hospitality), from the last century. If you have any quality pieces that you would like to donate to help furnish The Holley Memorial Cottage, please let us know.
We would like to invite you to stop by Holley Memorial Cottage throughout camp. Hours of operation will be posted on the door. This cottage also serves as the “Welcome Center” for the camp.
Located across from the Tabernacle, adjacent to the camp office, the Ice Cream Shop is a favorite place to meet old friends and make new ones. It is open before and after each service for tasty ice cream, floats, sundaes, shakes, pop, and candy. WiFi is also available in the Snack Shop.
Pavilion- The Hart-Toplif Pavilion is located at 608 Outer Dr. on the north side of the camping area, and houses Men’s and Women’s restrooms and private shower rooms. In addition, the covered area contains picnic tables and is the site for many activities during camp.
For larger rigs, a “Big Boy” area is located in the Meadow, on the east side of camp and is accessed by a separate entrance, built for ease of parking.
The Hart-Topliff pavilion is located at 608 Outer Dr. in the camping area and is covered to offer protection from the elements. Our newest bath facility is attached to the pavilion for convenience during gatherings.
For inquiries about or reservations for camping areas, please send email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Per Night||For 9 Nights|
|All other units (except 50 Amp)||$20||$160|
|Big Boy (50 Amp)||$22||$176|
The Callen Memorial Tabernacle- located in the heart of the camp grounds, houses the heart of the program. Each day of camp begins at the Tabernacle in community prayer during Morning Watch at 7 am. The Tabernacle also is home to the morning Bible study, all Worship Services, the annual Association meeting, and other large gatherings.
Peace Chapel- located at 710 Chapel Dr., is the worship center for the Youth and Next-Step programs. A variety of worship services are held each day and evening in this comfortable building.
The Children’s Center- located at 702 Chapel Dr., hosts an age-appropriate worship service each evening for the children enrolled in the program.
The Hahn Cross and fire bowl- located along the river in front of Grace Hotel, located at 1603 Grand River Dr., is the site of the Thursday evening Galilean Service. It has also been the site of many weddings and baptisms over the years.
Daily: 9:00 am Bible Study
Daily: 10:30 am
Daily: 7:30 pm
Sunday: 2:30 pm
P.O. Box 74
Eaton Rapids, MI 48827-0074