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Guest Group FAQs

General Booking:

How do I book an event, camp, ropes course day, etc?

There are two ways to book an event: Call our office at   (208) 634 - 2083 or email us at camp@quakerhillcamp.com

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Staff member enjoying Ice Cream Alley (appox. 2 miles from camp)

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View from Ponderosa State Park (appox. 3.5 miles from camp)

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Campers on our Lakeside dock

What does booking a retreat or camp entail? 

We are a full service retreat facility. You bring the people and the programming and we provide the rest (food, lodging, meeting space, recreation equipment, etc).  

How much does it cost to book an event? 

 

Pricing is dependent on group size, length of stay, meals or no meals, lodging accommodations, etc.  Please call our office at (208) 634 - 2083 or email us at camp@quakerhillcamp.com for availability and pricing. 

Can we decorate / put signs up?

Yes, but we ask that you use painters tape, command hooks and other non-abrasive materials. No nails, thumb tacks, etc.  Upon departure, please remove all decorations and materials used to hang signs and decorations.

Do you host weddings? 

Unfortunately, we are not set up to facilitate weddings at this time. 

Do you have a lost and found?

Yes, all items left behind are kept in our lost and found for 30 days. After 30 days, items are donated to a local thrift store.  

Do you provide AV equipment?

 

Yes, we do offer basic audio / visual equipment:

Chapel:

  • Soundcraft sound board with up to 16 channels and 2 stage snakes

  • Microphones, stands and XLR cords

  • Music stands

  • DI box

  • 2 - 70" smart TV's with HDMI connection

Osprey Lodge:

  • Portable Speaker Unit with 1-2 microphones

  • Music stands

  • Smart TV's with HDMI connection

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Campers play on our water trampoline.

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Women's retreat pose for a group photo in upper osprey.

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Camper on our main camp zip line.

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Do you provide coffee? 

Yes, we provide coffee in our dining hall and retreat facilities.  Additionally, we have an on-site coffee shop   "The Underground" with specialty coffee drinks.

 

The Underground Hours of Operation:

      7:00-9:00am and 2:00-4:00pm daily!

Do you have a camp store? 

Yes! We call it "The Underground." You can purchase Quaker Hill souvenirs, sweatshirts, t-shirts, jackets, candy, snacks and specialty drinks.   

What activities are available? 

On-Site: 

  • Waterfront (beach, swimming, kayaking, paddle boarding, boating, and water trampoline)

  • Basketball

  • Horseshoes

  • Zipline

  • Recreation room (foosball, pool table, ping pong, carpet ball). 

  • Ball Field (perfect for soccer, field games, baseball, etc)

  • Disc golf course 

  • Archery

  • Ropes Course (with QH facilitator only)

Near by (off-site within 1 mile):

  • Bear Basin Trail System (walking, running, mountain biking)

  • Food: Lardo's (american cusine), Pueblo Lindo's (Mexican), Blue Moose (American - Burgers and Sandwiches)  

  • Shore Lodge (food, spa)

  • Town (2 miles from camp)

Does Quaker Hill have a waterfront / beach?

Yes! We are privileged to have 50 feet of Payette Lake beach front on our property.  

Camper works on archery skills.

 

challenge course:

What does a challenge course session look like?   

We tailor each challenge course session specifically to meet your group needs. Regardless of whether you are looking for a rich team building experience or just a fun day swinging through trees, our Program Director or Head Facilitator will work with you to set up a day that is memorable for all! 

What is the cost of a challenge course session, and how do I book? 

Pricing is dependent on length of time on the course and amount of participants. Please call or email our office at   (208) 634 - 2083 or email us at camp@quakerhillcamp.com to check on availability. 

Can you provide an example of what a day on the challenge course may look like? 

Day begins with light name games (if group does not know each other well) or light initiative activities designed to break the ice and loosen any nerves. 

 

Depending on the length of the time available, we will transition to a few low ropes elements. Low ropes are designed to foster team building through communication, and problem solving. This is where team growth is developed.

 

Lastly, we will move to the high elements. The high elements are designed to utilize the team in order to grow the individual preforming the element. This is where individual growth is developed.   

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Heather, our Head Facilitator. 

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Facilitator belay's camper across the Multi-vine