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Voyageur at HoneyRock

Voyageur at HoneyRock

Voyageur at HoneyRock

Voyageur at HoneyRock

Voyageur is HoneyRock in its most adventurous and epic form! 

8 or 14
Days on Trip
7 to 8
Campers per Trip

Voyageur is our most immersive wilderness camper program. The program begins with a couple of days on HoneyRock property. This is a time of fun and intentional group formation, as well as preparation for the extensive wilderness experiences that are at the heart of the program.  

After the brief time at HoneyRock, groups depart to some of the most sought-after wilderness areas in the midwest United States. Trips range from 8-14 days in length. 

A typical day on trip begins with a morning devotion and quiet time followed by breakfast. Then, your team will pack up camp and get going for the day! After canoeing or backpacking to the next campsite (you might see some wildlife along the way!) you’ll set up camp, relax, cook good food, and partake in community worship and discussion. You’ll see the night sky as you’ve never seen it before – maybe even catch a glimpse of the Northern Lights!  The context of the wilderness in an unmatched venue for connections with the Lord amidst the awe and wonder of His creation and bonding with others through shared joys and challenges. 

The final few days will be spent back at HoneyRock for reflection and closure. You’ll experience life at HoneyRock and engage with other high school campers as you wrap up your time in Voyageur. 

Two Trip Options

This 14-day wilderness trip at the heart of the 3-week Voyageur program will take you through the beautiful Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness in northern Minnesota. You will be immersed in the wonder and awe of God's creation within this million-acre, world renown, wilderness. As participants and leaders, we will seek to grow in our relationship with the Lord and our group as we travel by canoe and foot along the border of Minnesota and Canada. Expect times of challenge, adventure, and deep conversations amidst breath-taking beauty. 

As participants and leaders, we will seek to grow as a group and in our relationship with the Lord amidst the awe and wonder of His creation on this two-fold adventure. This 8-day wilderness trip includes 2-days of rock climbing and camping in the Keweenaw Peninsula of Michigan before departing via ferry to Isle Royale. Once in Isle Royale National Park, you will backpack along the shores of the large inland lake and along Isle Royale's famous ridge trails with scenic campsites for your evening stays! Isle Royale offers some of the best odds to see a moose in the lower 48 states and an opportunity to explore one of the most unique National Parks in our country. Expect times of challenge, adventure, and deep conversations amidst breath-taking beauty. 

Wilderness Trip Questions

  • 7:00 AM - 8:30 AM Wake up, Morning Watch for all, Breakfast, Breakdown Camp/Pack Up
  • Morning: Travel time, mid-morning snack break, enjoy creation! 
  • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM Lunch, rest, time for conversation
  • Afternoon: Travel time, mid-afternoon snack break, enjoy creation, arrive at next site and set up camp
  • 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM Dinner, Debrief Day, Dishes
  • Evening: Relax, Stories, Prep for next day's travel plan

Our goal is to provide gender specific wilderness trips (men and women have their own trips separate from one another). If there are not enough campers registered to run gender specific trips, we will merge trips and send out one trip. In this event, all trips will have both male and female counselors, there will be no co-ed tents, and both genders will have opportunities for gender specific discussions and activity times.

We take the tastiness of trip meals very seriously, especially the snacks. 

Voyageur Trip Day-By-Day

"The Voyageur Boundary Waters trip was an amazing experience for me and I loved every second of it. I could see God through the lakes, sky, and trees and also through the people that I was with. I was able to see God through the guys I was talking to and quieted my anxious heart to be able to hear God and his plans for my life."

Ben H., Voyageur 2021

What Wilderness Tripping Looks Like at HoneyRock

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Exploring & Fun

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Setting Up Camp

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Getting There

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Eating on Trip

Students hiking on wooded trail Our People Variant

Backpacking and Canoeing

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Community & Quiet Time

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Packing In

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