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Coppercreek's Finest: The Maintenance Men & The Willy's Jeep!

From left to right: Bob Sleppy, Mike Craghead, Jeff Ochs, John Cabot, Craig Hogland, Scottie Williams, Matt Evarts
ClICK HERE for our Reunion Registration Form.
Alumni Reunion - Thursday, August 23 – Sunday, August 26, 2012

We are so glad you have re-connected with Coppercreek Camp. We have missed you. Whether you have been away one summer or thirty, we hope our alumni group will give you the opportunity to see old friends, make some new ones, and re-live those wonderful Coppercreek Camp days.
To join our Alumni Association, please email We would love to hear all about you and what you’ve been up to since you last attended camp. We will also send periodic updates about things we are doing. Lauren, Becky and Craig are also on Facebook if you’d like to join us there as well.
Click here to learn more about the Coppercreek Memorial Fund.
Thank you so much for taking the time to find us again and explore these links.
Welcome Home!
Sutter Allen, Craig and Becky Hogland

John Lindskog, Counselor Dave Spriggs, Mike Lindskog, Lornie Lindskog Allen, Linda Lindskog Evarts
The Coppercreek Story:

Coppercreek was born in 1965 when John Lindskog and Lynne Evarts purchased the raw land. Their dream was a children's summer camp where kids could spend their summers playing with friends in the great outdoors. The family lived in a one room log cabin with no indoor plumbing for awhile as John built the main house. The first years, camp was mostly relatives and some of the activity highlights were taking the old Willy’s Jeep on archaeological adventures around the surrounding area. John and Lynne raised their children Mike and Lauren at camp, and although the activities have expanded, the family feeling and sense of adventure remain. Their daughter Lauren now runs the place with her partners, Becky and Craig Hogland. They are all raising their daughters at camp as John and Lynne did. The greatest part of raising children at Coppercreek is the kind of adult a camp life creates. Their girls can drive tractors at 8 years old, feed 40 horses, ride them, ride mountain bikes, kayak, climb, hike, like sleeping outside, bugs, dirt, full moons, and sleep-overs with 100 other people! The wonder of the internet is now starting to re-connect everyone who ever came to camp and it is a joyful thing.

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