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ABOUT Quaker Hill

Located on 75 spacious acres, Quaker Hill is a camp and conference center in the mountainous town of McCall, Idaho. As a year around facility, Quaker Hill serves as a host site for many churches, youth groups, non-profits, schools and government organizations. Our dedication to providing guests with exceptional homemade meals, comfortable facilities and friendly service-oriented staff has earned Quaker Hill a reputation of excellence and a following of many loyal customers. 

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Quaker Hill is dedicated to transforming and enriching lives by providing a place of refuge for guests to meet God, study His word and enjoy His creation while being refreshed through fellowship, recreation and play.*


To be the best 250 bed facility we can be.


  • SERENITY. Showcasing God’s creation to create a place of escape from the noise, distractions and demands of everyday life.

  • PRAYER. Praying together daily as a staff. Praying for our campers, operations and ministry. Seeking God’s leading before making big decisions.

  • SAFETY. Creating a safe environment for guests of all ages to enjoy.

  • CHRIST CENTERED SERVICE. Responding to every guest as we would to Christ Himself.


    • STAFF COMMUNITY - Building a team environment where every staff member feels supported and loved.

    • NEIGHBORING COMMUNITY - Seeking ways to interact with, serve and bless our neighbors and surrounding community.

    • GUEST COMMUNITY – providing a space for guests to strengthen relationships and build unity within their group or organization. 

  • CREATIVE THINKING/THINKING BIG. Believing that God has big plans for Quaker Hill, and brainstorming accordingly. Looking for new and innovative ways to improve ministry.


*In addition to serving many evangelical Christian organizations, Quaker Hill also serves many schools and non-profit organizations, particularly those which serve children, families and/or promote educational or team building purposes. Quaker Hill reserves the right to refuse service to any group which opposes its statement of faith.

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