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About Spring Hill


The 2017 His House fall retreat will be held on the beautiful campus of Spring Hill Camp in Evart, MI.  This page should answer a lot of your questions about the camp, but if you have others, contact your campus minister for more information.

Map & Directions

Your campus minister may be arranging carpools, so please check with leaders on your campus first. Be sure to check the appropriate boxes on the registration form if you need a ride or can provide a ride for others.

Here’s the address:

Spring Hill Camp
7717 95th Ave, Evart, MI 49631

About Spring Hill Camp

Located near Evart, Spring Hill is an incredible large retreat center. There are many places at the camp to engage with God and with other His House students and staff. During free times, you can just relax or enjoy one of the many activities Spring Hill is known for!

Free Activities:

  • Indoor Pool and Waterslides
  • Adventure Tower (ropes course)
  • Gaga ball (aka Octa-ball)
  • Gym (Basketball, Volleyball, etc.)
  • Game room (foosball, Ping-Pong, board games, etc.)
  • Other outdoor activities: 9-square,Soccer, Hiking
  • War Room (prayer)

Pay-for Activities – (you’ll pay at the activity unless otherwise instructed at the retreat):

  • Indoor High Ropes Course ($5)
  • Crafts ($2-10)
  • Paintball ($15)*
  • Horseback Riding($5)*
  • Copper Country and New Frontiers Zipline($5)

What to Bring

  • Bible, Notebook & Pen
  • Sleeping Bag or Blanket, Sheets & Pillow
  • Clothes & Toiletries (don’t forget PJ’s!)
  • Towel & Flip-flops (if you plan on showering)
  • Cash or Credit Card for Camp Activities (optional)


What time should we arrive? How long does it take to get there?

Registration will officially go from 6 to 8pm, but you should try to arrive by 7pm. Travel time varies for each campus. It wouldn’t hurt to allow 30 extra minutes for travel, and remember it will be much easier to find your way around before dark.

What time does the retreat end?

The retreat will officially end after brunch on Sunday. Brunch will be served at noon. You will likely need some time after brunch to pack up your things and help clean your cabin.

Is there electricity? Should I bring my blow-dryer?

There is electricity in all the main buildings. It’s called a “camp” but it’s also a lot like a retreat center. They have indoor running water, flushing toilets, and all the modern conveniences.