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Non-denominational Idaho Bible Camp Located on South Fork of the Clearwater River
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"Him we proclaim, warning everyone and teaching everyone with all wisdom, that we may present everyone mature in Christ."

Colossians 1:28

Urgent Updates:

New Schedule posted -- 6-10-14
High School Camp DATE CHANGE -- 6-10-14
Recent Staffing Changes at ALACCA -- 5-29-14
Volunteer Training for Saturday June 7 (and May 31st) has been CANCELED.  More details to follow...
Coming SOON:  NEW Volunteer Training Procedures
Coming SOON:  ALERT on Plans for ALACCA Summer Camps (we will still have them!) 
Coming SOON:



ALACCA is God's camp, a non-profit, non-denominational organization, built on the solid rock of His Gospel. ALACCA is a fun place where kids and adults are saved and discipled, and youth are prepared to carry the Gospel into the future. Fees are low to ensure access for all. There are no paid staff. ALACCA relies on the financial giving of individuals and churches, the physical service of volunteers and missionaries, and the prayers of God's people.  ALACCA offers Youth Camps for children grades K - 12, Retreats for men, women, youth and families. 



ALACCA Bible Camp is located at 101 China Garden Road, Harpster, ID 83552. In Idaho take U.S. 95 to Grangeville. Go east on Main Street through downtown Grangeville, which turns into State Highway 13.  Continue on Hwy 13 down the Harpster Grade into the Clearwater Valley and follow the river north just a few miles into Harpster. After you pass the RV and trailer court on the left, watch for the ALACCA sign. Turn left, cross the bridge, and turn left again. Go straight ahead on to the ALACCA grounds. Feel free to call for directions.

Please go to our Camp Facilities & Directions page for Map Quest directions.


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Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation.

The old has passed away; behold, the new has come.

2 Corinthians 5:17


Last Updated on Wednesday, 11 June 2014 17:30