June at Camp Frances

Unfortunately at this time we have to keep camp closed for the entire month of June. We hope this allows folks to make thier plans ahead of time.

We are all up in the air about the future and what things will look like in another month but we remain cautiously optimistic and ask folks to do the same.

We are all in this together. ❤❤

Camp Reunion

Hey ALL of you who were in Camp Fire Girls or Girl or Boy Scouts —– what about a gathering for all who were in a kids group that used Camp Frances in the past!

 We could have an Open House, share articles and things from the past when Camp Frances was primarily used for kids groups.

A time to reminisce , look at old pictures and articles! A time to CELEBRATE the good times we had at Camp!!!! 
Have a bonfire, some food and drink and fun conversation!
Please let us know if you would be interested in gathering for a reunion!!!!😊 Call your friends, call or write us, share your memories and ideas with us!
We have been working hard the last few years to clean the old Camp up, come see it, spend some time with old friends!
As soon as we hear some interest, we will start planning!!!!!

Happy 2018 !!

Welcome to a fresh new year, your chance to try new things, change your lifestyle and experience things you have never done before. What a perfect time to check out Camp Frances!

Whether you’re celebrating a birthday, anniversary, wedding, baby showers and so many more possibilities, your only limited by your imagination.

2017 saw so many wonderful updates at Camp Frances, you really need to see it!

Escape from mainstream event places and take your spot in nature, come on, give us a look! You won’t be disappointed. Call 517-543-2750 for reservations or to find out how you can get into the cabin to take a look.

Arbor Day Celebration

In honor of Arbor Day, Mayor Lewis dedicated three trees at Camp Frances along with Police Chief Lisa Sherman, Director of Public Works Amy Gilson, City Clerk Ginger Terpstra, other city employees and Camp Frances board members Mary Hall, Brenda Bly, Julie Shaver, Barb Vandermolen, and Chris Reist. Thank you for the City Employees for planting the trees and Trees and Scapes for mulching and staking the trees. Thank you everyone who took part in the ceremony. Refreshments by the board of Camp Frances.

It was an honor to have 3 new Hawthorn trees planted at Camp Frances on April, 28, 2017, Arbor Day. The trees will add an interesting appeal to the Walnut Groove out the back door of Camp. We understand that song birds are quite drawn to the Hawthorn trees. Thank you to Amy Gilson and Tom Archer for considering and choosing what would be best for “our Yard “

Arbor Day Celebration THIS FRIDAY!!!

As many of you are aware, over the last several months, numerous trees have been removed from around Camp Frances to make way for new power lines.
We are very joyous to announce in celebration of Arbor Day and in coordination with the Eaton County Parks, Trees “N” Scapes Landscapes, Department of Public Works Staff and the Arbor Day Foundation, some trees will be replanted at Arbor Day Celebration this Friday April 28th at 9:30am. Please come witness this special occasion!!!