Camp Kulaqua (FL) Project

Project Full
January 1 - 10, 2020
Florida, USA
Participation Fee
Participants are responsible for their own travel expenses to and from the project.
What's Included


Camp Kulaqua is in High Springs, Florida and is one of our many efforts based in North America. Each year, Maranatha works with organizations in the United States and Canada to provide volunteer labor for various construction or renovation projects.

Building decks and stairs on existing cabins.

Completed:60 volunteers demoed and rebuilt 9 decks (5 backstairs, 4 front). Replaced 1000′ of fense and replaced 4×4 posts. Did landscaping, and built 9 picnic tables.


Building decks and stairs onto existing cabins.

Jeanice Riles,
Project Coordinator
Ernie Riles,
Construction Superintendent
Wednesday, January 1
Arrive at Camp
Thursday, January 2
First Work Day
Friday, January 10
Depart from Camp
ARRIVALCamp Kulaqua
23400 NW 212th Ave
High Springs, FL 32643
Rustic Cabins and 10 full hook up sites (50 AMP)
Travel Information

If you are planning on flying to the project, the closest airport is Gainesville Regional Airport (GNV). This is approximately 25 miles from the camp site.

Please book flights that come in before 6 pm on the arrival date. If you need to fly in later than 6 pm or outside of the arrival and departure dates, please check with the Maranatha office to confirm that your travel plans can be accommodated.

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

Travel Resources

CI Azumano Travel:
800-454-4099 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

Contact Us Want to speak with someone at Maranatha directly? Please call our office at 916.774.7700 to speak with a volunteer specialist. Alternatively, you can send us an email.