Camp Yavapines Open Team

Project Full
April 5 - 13, 2017
Arizona, USA
Participation Fee
Participants are responsible for their own travel expenses to and from the project.
What's Included


Camp Yavapines, located in Prescott, Arizona, has served children, youth, and adults since 1947. Camp Yavapines has a variety of accommodations from quaint cabins, to rustic bunk lodges, as well as RV and tent sites. The camp is nestled within the majestic pines of Thumb Butte, and adjacent to the Prescott National Forest. Campmeetings have been held here for decades, but the camp needs assistance to maintain their sprawling facilities.


Camp maintenance

Carolyn Houghton,
Project Coordinator
Art Finch,
Construction Superintendent
Wednesday, April 5
Arrival at Camp Yavapines.
Thursday, April 6
Begin work!
Thursday, April 13
Departure from Camp Yavapines.
ARRIVALProject Address:
Camp Yavapines
2999 W Iron Springs Rd
Prescott, AZ 86305
Travel Information

If you are planning on flying to the project, the closest airport is Prescott Regional Airport (airport code PRA), a 15-minute drive from Camp Yavapines. You can also fly into Phoenix (PHX), but you will need to take a shuttle to Prescott so that camp staff can meet you and take you to the camp.

Please send your itinerary to, so pick up arrangements can be made.

Travel Resources

Azumano Travel:
800-777-5149 or by email with Erle Dpenha or Azumano Team at

Butler Travel:
503-879-5005 or by email with Nathanael at


United States Facts & Figures


Washington DC


318 million


82% English, 11% Spanish


Mostly temperate, but tropical in Hawaii and Florida. Arid in the great plains and the southwest. Low winter temperatures in the northern states.


51% Protestant, 24% Catholic, 2% Mormon


US Dollar

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