Camp Marshall

Camp Marshall

Camp Marshall offers youth programs, family programs, and adult retreats and conferences. This summer Camp Marshall will celebrate its 77th year!

Camp Marshall is the Episcopal Church Camp located on beautiful Flathead Lake. Do you have a child or grandchild who might be interested in attending one of the camping sessions at Camp Marshall this summer? Information about all of the camping sessions, including Family Camp, is available on the Camp Marshall website here. Scholarship help is available for camp.

Youth Camps for 2024

Family Camp Sessions  Learn more and register for family camp here

  • Family Camp One, June 30 - July 5, 2024
  • Family Camp Two, July 14 - 19, 2024
  • Celebrate Camp Marshall, more information coming soon

Families of all configurations are invited to come for a day, or two, or a week. Activities include: archery, fishing, outings to Wild Horse Island, ropes course challenges, daily worship, arts & crafts, delicious meals, and plenty of time on the lake. Family camp offers a true experience to rest (no cooking or cleaning, programs for children are ready, supervision is provided), relax, enjoy, play with your family, and replenish your Spirit in the beauty of creation.

Pricing is based on the number of days you spend at camp. It always includes meals, snacks and programs. This year three-tier pricing is in place. You will have options to pay the full price of camp or pay with the support of subsidies. Select what works for your family. 

Adult Retreats & Conferences  Learn more

  • Clergy Conference, April 16 - 18, 2024
  • Contemplative Retreat, TBD



About Camp Marshall

The Episcopal Diocese of Montana owns a beautiful camp on Flathead Lake which offers summer camp opportunities for grade 3 and up, Family Camp, and retreat and rental opportunities. Camp Marshall is located near Polson along the west shore of Flathead Lake. Click the picture at right to watch a video celebrating 70 years of Camp Marshall!


Our Faith Life Zoom-cast –
We interviewed people around the Diocese about how Covid-19 has been affecting their faith lives, and what that means for the future.

Watch the Faith Life Zoom-cast


Keep an eye on the camp’s web page