This camp is a “Next Level” Catholic HEART Workcamp. It is open to those entering the 8th grade in the fall of 2020 and older.
- Showers – The showers are off site 2 minutes away at a local public high school. This means there will be no showers on Sunday the day you arrive. Please bring a small bag to carry toiletries and a change of clothes to and from the showers.
- Program Area – The program is in an air-conditioned gym.
- Sleeping Arrangements – Everyone will sleep in classrooms that are air conditioned. Some have carpet but some do not. There will be a boys floor and a girls floor.
Cedar Point – Sandusky, OH (2 hrs away)
It currently holds the world record for most roller coasters with 17, one of them being the world’s second tallest and second fastest roller coaster. Cedar Point is also the only amusement park with four roller coasters that are taller than 200 fee. Cedar Point has been voted “Best Amusement Park in the World” by Amusement Today for the past ten years.
Port Huron, MI (1 hr away)
Waterfront Parks: The city of Port Huron owns and operates 17 waterfront areas containing 102 acres and 3 1/2 miles of water frontage.
Lighthouse Park: one of the most historic parks in the area with 900 feet of waterfront and beach on Lake Huron.
Lakeside Park: on the clear waters of Lake Huron, boasts 1050 feet of water frontage with clean, sandy beaches.
Michigan Adventures (2 hrs away)
It is the largest amusement park in the state. It has 53 rides, more than any other park in the state. The park also includes an outdoor water park (Wild Water Adventure), a Skycoaster attraction named Ripcord, go-karts, and a miniature golf course.
Detroit Tigers Baseball
Located in downtown Detroit, Comerica Park serves as the home of the Detroit Tigers. The ballpark officially opened for the 2000 season.
Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village
The Henry Ford is the largest indoor-outdoor museum complex in America. The property houses a vast array of famous homes, machinery & exhibits. The collection contains many rare exhibits including John F. Kennedy’s presidential limousine, Abraham Lincoln’s chair from Ford’s Theatre, Thomas Edison’s laboratory, the Wright Brothers’ bicycle shop, and the Rosa Parks bus.