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Voyageur at HoneyRock

Voyageur at HoneyRock

Voyageur at HoneyRock

Voyageur at HoneyRock

Voyageur is an epic adventure! 

8 or 16
day trip options
campers per trip

The first few days of the program are spent at HoneyRock where your team will get to know one another and practice basic outdoor technical skills. You will then drive to the Boundary Waters or to the Keweenaw Peninsula.

The day 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 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 final day(s) will be spent back at HoneyRock for reflection and closure. You’ll experience life at HoneyRock and engage with other high school campers.


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Voyageur: Two Trip Options

This 3-week canoeing trip will take you through the beautiful Boundary Waters Canoe Area in Northern Minnesota. You'll unplug from technology, spend time with friends in God's gorgeous creation, and make unforgettable memories. You'll venture deep into the most beautiful areas of canoe country! This is our most immersive trip of the summer, with many amazing sights to be seen and deep relationships to be formed.

The deadline* to register for the Isle Royale Backpacking trip is March 1.

Take the ferry to the largest Island on Lake Superior, with its beautiful ridge trails, inland lakes, and large moose population!  It's one of the best odds to see a moose in the lower 48 states and a rare opportunity to explore one of the most unique National Parks in our country.

This will be an incredible 2-week backpacking trip for a crew of high schoolers and is expected to fill quickly. 

Deadline to Register: Unique to this trip only, all Isle Royale campers must be registered by March 1 to secure their spot. This is because we must make reservations with the Isle Royale Ferry service - seats go quickly!

From a Voyageur Camper:

My name is Ben Hubbard and I did the Voyageur Boundary Waters canoeing wilderness trip. This 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. One thing in specific that impacted me were the different relationships that I was able to have with every guy on our trip. Some of my favorite memories were the conversations I had with everyone in the canoes or just chilling at camp. 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. Voyageur impacted my life in a very positive way and furthered my walk with Christ. - Ben Hubbard, Voyageur 2021

A Day in the Life - Wilderness

  Day 1 Day 2 Day 3
Wake Up
Casual morning
making egg and
hash brown
Morning watch
Pack up camp
Early wake up
Quick Oatmeal
breakfast to
fuel up for
the long day!
Wake up
and gather
for Solo
Mid Morning Backpack
three miles
to our new
Hike 4 miles Get Solo
and find your
PB&J Tortillas! Tuna and
Set up camp and
settle in
Play a game the
Afternoon nap
after a good
morning hike
Hike 4
more miles
to campsite 
Set up camp
celebrate a
hard days
Finish solo
1 on 1 with
Dinner Mac and Cheese
Pasta and
with pesto
Bean Meal
Evening Cabin Impact 
Bust out the
Share a life story
or two
Stargaze and rest
around the fire
Cabin impact,
Hang out
around fire,
Crash early
because we’re
Debrief Solo
around the fire
Bedtime 10:30
Tent Reflection
Tent Reflection
Tent Reflection

***Any of the hiking things can be changed to paddle. Any meals can be changed.

Our goal is to provide single-gender wilderness trips. If there are not enough campers registered to run a single-gender trip, we will merge cabins and send out one trip. In this event, all trips will have both a male and female counselor, there will be no mixed-gender tents, and genders will have opportunities for single-gender discussion and activity times.

camper climbing wall at HoneyRock

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What Wilderness Tripping Looks Like at HoneyRock

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Exploring & Fun

tent shelter set up in woods Our People Variant

Setting Up Camp

Student looking at map Our People Variant

Getting There

Students cooking dinner at Lake Superior Our People Variant

Eating on Trip

Students hiking on wooded trail Our People Variant

Backpacking and Canoeing

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Community & Quiet Time

Students unpacking after a trip Our People Variant

Packing In

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Voyageur impacted my life in a very positive way and furthered my walk with Christ. — Ben Hubbard