Twin Falls Seventh-day Adventist Church

(P.O. Box 227, Twin Falls, ID 83303) |
Camp Tawakani
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Camp Tawakani is owned and operated by the Twin Falls Seventh-day Adventist Church.  The camp is located in the hills south of Twin Falls, Idaho. 

 

Possible Uses

Summer Camps

Singles Retreats

Ministerial Associations

Church/School Outings

Leadership Conventions

Family Reunions

Women/Men Retreats

Club Meetings

Service Groups

Boy/Girl Scouts

Snow Camps

Snowmobiling

Workshops

Seminars

 




Camp Tawakani
P.O. Box 811
Twin Falls, ID 83303-0811
 
SCHEDULING:
J.R. Wrobel
    









CHARGES FOR CAMP TAWAKANI


SUMMER FEES:

$480 base fee ($87.50 refundable if left in clean condition)
$10 per person per day

NOTE:  This includes the use of all the facilities at the camp.
Base fee is required at time of booking the camp.

RV parking only.
$65 base fee (Non-refundable)
$7.50 per person per day

NOTE:  Does not include any water/electric hook-ups.
Base fee is required at time of booking RV space(s).

WINTER FEES:


$130 base fee if using the cabins (Non-refundable)
$7.50 per person per day

NOTE:  This is for the use of the cabins only, does not 
include any heat source, does not include the 
use of the lodge with cooking facilities.  There is an
outhouse available. Base fee is required at time of
booking the cabins.

$7.50 per person per day if pitching a tent (no base fee)

NOTE:  The gate to the camp will not be opened.  You will 
need to walk/snowmobile in.  The fee is charged for using
our camp.  There is an outhouse available.

FOR YOUR INFORMATION:
Camp Tawakani is basically a summer camp at this point
in time.  We are in the process of making it a year-around camp.
The base fee includes:  opening/closing of the camp by one
of our individuals, maintenance/security fee, when the whole
camp is used.  25% of the maintenance/security fee is
refundable ($87.50) if the camp is left in a clean condition.  
We are charged per person per day by the U.S. Forest
Service, so we therefore need to charge per person per day
also.