Who we are
Camp Tanda was established in 1947 by a group of Christian men and women who were members of the Churches of Christ with the ideal to bring people together to worship God. Since that time the camp has been used by many non-profit groups such as schools, scouts, church organizations, as well as family reunions making thousands of unforgettable histories.
The camp is overseen by a Board of Directors which is dedicated to providing a safety and comfortable place where people can come together for recreation, fellowship, and worship in a peaceful, special and familiar environment. And not forgetting about the amazing God's natural beauty that Camp Tanda is surround.
We've been making stories over 70 years, by changing and touching families lives, specially impacting kids in a positive and Goodly way every year in our Summer Camps.
Our mission is to serve the Kingdom by giving the opportunity for believers have the perfect space to connect and build a deep relationship with God.
From small families renting a cabin to stay a weekend, to christian churches, scouts, school groups renting the whole camp for a week: We are here to serve; and provide our guest a memorable stay in a family, safety and goodly environment, centered in God.
Camp Tanda is equipped with a large meeting room called the Lodge. Especially during the winter months, the Lodge is used for meetings and dining. The Lodge contains tables and couches, a large fireplace, games, as well as a television, DVD and VHS player. A fully equipped kitchen is attached to the Lodge.
The camp has two large dormitories for sleeping. One is located above the showers and restrooms. The other building is also dorm style with restrooms. All buildings are heated. During the summer months we have nine tent structures that are wood sided with a floor and roof. These are also available for sleeping. We have two “A” frames, each with a queen-sized bed, small desk and closet.
Camp Tanda also has an outdoor gas fire ring (no firewood necessary) and stage with outside lights. The area immediately outside the Lodge is covered in the warmer months for outdoor dining. Two gas barbecues are provided. Near the fire ring is another covered area for meetings, classes or worship services.
Camp Tanda has half-court basketball, horseshoes, volleyball, ping pong tables, two tether-balls and an enclosed area with swings for small children.