Family Camp 2017
Tugman State Park
July 21st 22nd

If you would like to reserve your spot for this fun family time.  Please fill out a form at the Next Step table, and return it Before July 1st. 

Location:  “C” loop.  We have 12 sites reserved to accommodate tents and RV's.  Sites will be assigned based on the size of RV's and tent space needed.  Each site can accommodate up to 8 people. Water, electric at each site. Dump station available.

Please provide that information on the sign-up sheet at the Next Step Table.

 Cost:    $60.50 for 2 nights.  Extra vehicles $7 per night.  Please make payments through the church office.

Check In    4:00 P.M. July 21

Check Out 1:00 P.M. July 22


For directions to the Tugman State Park, click on the map below and put in your starting point address.


The campground has a nice play area for the kids. There is also a small beach on Eel Lake suitable for kids with supervision and those who want to brave cool water, like kids.

  • Bring water wings, life jackets and any other safety items for yourself and your children.
  • Bring your kids' bikes, trikes, scooters, wagon.
  • Bring lawn chairs.
  • There is a fishing dock.  Power bait is suggested for fishing.
  • There is a hiking trail around Eel Lake.  Bring sturdy shoes.
  • Lawn games such croquet, horseshoes, Frisbee.

Saturday is a free day for everyone to do what they want, like nothing, or there are other activities outside the campground.


Free time activities near the campground:


 ATV rentals are available.  


There is a challenging sand dune near Hall Lake which is across the highway and about a mile drive to the parking lot. 



The waters of Eel Lake are outstanding for fishing, swimming, canoeing, sailing and boating.


A trail around the south end of the lake allows hikers to get away from the developed area of the park and explore the lakes many inlets. 


This is not a lake for small kids...we remember that it looked deep.



The Umpqua Lighthouse towers above the entrance to Winchester Bay.  The 65-foot lighthouse contains a distinctive lens which emits a red and white flash.



Winchester Bay, 15 miles north, with a crabbing dock, eating places, beach access a short drive.


Lakeside, 1 mile south, has grocery facilities, hardware store, restaurants and a new Dollar General. 



Whatever fun things you want to do, be sure to be ready for the.......

SATURDAY NIGHT POTLUCK will be at the pavilion by the play area at 6:00 P.M.

Please plan on a main dish or salad or one or the other and a dessert.  Lemonade and water will be provided. Paper plates, cups, and utensils also provided.

 Later in the evening when you are hungry again we will have a good campfire at a “location to-be-announced”. It always includes plenty of 's'mores' (all supplies provided), and singing.


SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP is at 9:00 A.M. and will be held at a campsite location to-be-determined.  Dress warmly. Coffee and hot chocolate provided.


If you have questions, please call Dave Baker 541-673-541 or 541-530-9550