Added July 10 - Buy your meal tickets for Camp Meeting 2024 on the Cafeteria tab.
Added July 10 - Camp site registration is now open for those wanting their site from 2023 Camp Meeting.
Camp Meeting Speaker
Guest Speaker: Dan Serns
Bio: Dan Serns has traveled the world teaching and preaching about Jesus, Bible truth, and God’s final movement on earth. He is able to make complex Bible subjects clear, understandable and practical and mobilize people in God’s mission. He loves to see renewal, revival and numerical multiplication of God’s kingdom. In September 2021 he began serving as president of the Central California Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. He has been published in numerous magazines, including Ministry Magazine and Adventist Review. He and his wife Lois have raised three children who live in Texas, Washington & California.
New Member or Almost-Member?
If you have been newly baptized into the Seventh-day Adventist church (since July 1, 2023) or are currently taking Bible studies with someone in an Adventist church, then we want to see you at Camp Meeting 2024.
If you are a new member or currently studying, your tent camp site registration is free!
Send an email to email@example.com and tell him your church & pastors name and he will register you for free!
Previous Years Recordings
To watch any of the Sermons or Seminars from last camp meeting, please check out our YouTube channel. Don’t forget that you can “Subscribe” to our channel to stay up to date on NNEC content!
Registration is only needed for those who want a camp site. Attending a meeting is free to everyone.
Normal Arrival Date: Friday, June 21
Latest Departure Date: Sunday, June 30
Max: Staying the full time is 9 nights
Arriving Early: If you want to arrive early on Wednesday (June 19) or Thursday (June 20), you must pay for the additional nights. Also note that security may not be present and it's possible that no one will be there to point you to your site.
Registration period for those that want to register for the same site they reserved in 2022.
Open to anyone that wants to attend. Invite your friends! Registration is only necessary if you want a camp site. Registration never ends.
Camp Site Rules
Child Supervision: Parents are personally responsible for their children at all times. Youth under 18 are not permitted to reside on the campgrounds without a parent or guardian.
Conduct: The Camp Meeting Committee reserves the right to ask anyone to leave the grounds whose conduct is unbecoming to the program or the peace and safety of the camp.
NO PETS allowed on-site other than service dogs. Proof of papers required.
SAFETY: All aisles must be kept open. NO candles, stoves, heaters, or air conditioners are permitted in any tents.
Grounds Protection: Do not dig holes or trenches, cut trees or branches anywhere on the grounds. The Industrial Arts building and its contents are off limits.
Stoves & Fires: Stoves are allowed outside of tents and low canopies. Fires are NOT allowed on or near any tent site during Camp Meeting.
PARKING: Please park in designated areas only.
No smoking. This is a smoke-free campus.
Solicitation/Selling/Signage is not allowed without prior written approval by NNEC Administration/Camp Meeting Committee.
You may cancel your reservation by June 13, 2024 and receive a 100% refund.
Types of Sites
This list of available sites is not updated automatically.
RV - Water & Electric
20ft x 40ft
X, Y, Z
These sites have water and share electricity with a site next to them. One RV gets a 30 amp plug, the other gets a 50 amp plug which you figure out upon arrival. The electrical stand also contains two 20 amp plugs (normal house plug). There is NO septic drain. If you need to dump, you can drive down to the far end of the field where there is a dump site for RV's.
RV - Electric Only
20ft x 40ft
S, T, U
These sites share electricity with a site next to them. One RV gets a 30 amp plug, the other gets a 50 amp plug. The electrical stand also contains two 20 amp plugs (normal house plug). There is NO septic drain. If you need to dump, you can drive down to the far end of the field where there is a dump site for RV's.
RV - No Utilities
20ft x 40ft
V, R, N, Q
These sites do not have any utilities. If you need to dump, you can drive down to the far end of the field where there is a dump site for RV's. If long rows remain mostly empty, we will probably leave it unmarked and you may need to slide toward the school so that the further sites can be turned into parking.
Canvas Family Tent
16ft x 16ft
A - M
These canvas, family-style tents have pallet floors. There is an isle behind your tent and in front of your tent. One of them is a fire lane, the other is allowed to have chairs and popup tents. However, that isle may also need to be shared with the other tent across the isle. Also, people may need to walk through that shared area to get to theirs. Thin mattresses are available at a first come - first serve basis at the cafeteria. Please note that if your row of tents do not all get reserved, you may be shifted slightly in order to reduce the number of extra tents being setup.
Bring Your Own Tent
20ft x 20ft
These sites are for you to put a tent, chairs or even your car in.
At this time, you can only register for your Camp Site from last year.
If you did not have a camp site at the 2023 Camp Meeting, you need to wait to register until after Jan. 1, 2024.
You should receive confirmation about your requested site within 1 week of completing registration.
NOTE: This Cafeteria tab will be disappearing on Thursday (June 22). Once it's gone, if you still want meal tickets or a meal plan, you can purchase them at the Welcome Center which opens at 9:00am on Friday (June 23). Prices do go up if you wait until then!
12 years old and older
Under 12 years old
*Volunteers & employees do not need to buy meal plans.
How to purchase: Add what you would like to your cart and then complete checkout below.
Meet the Chefs
Miguel Larcher has been a plant based French chef for more than 25 years. He is trained in classic French cuisine, French pastry, and plant-based cuisine. He owns a plant-based restaurant and has traveled around the world to educate, coach, and teach in classrooms, churches, restaurants, hospitals and schools. He loves to teach and to see people getting excited about cooking. Especially when people realize that flavor is not the only end goal, but that health is important as well. He is married to his lovely wife, Nadine, and they have two beautiful teenagers, Emmanuel and Hadassah.
Nick Stroot is a plant-based chef with eight years of experience in the kitchen. He started his career as Chef Miguel Larcher's sous chef and went on to to run his own meal delivery service in Wichita, KS from the state certified kitchen in his home. He and his family moved to the country recently, so he closed that business and is currently self employed doing handyman work and real estate photography. In Nick’s free time he enjoys spending time with his wife and their two young boys, bird watching, and photography.
Early Bird Prices!
The current prices include the Early Bird discount. Starting June 13, the Early Bird discount disappears! That means that if you wait to pay for your meals at Camp Meeting, you'll miss out on this deal!
This wristband gives the individual access to all 25 meals from June 21 Supper to June 29 Supper.
Pickup your meal plan at the Welcome Center.
A child meal is for children under 12
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A meal ticket will work for any one meal (Breakfast, Lunch, or Supper) between June 21 Supper and June 29 Supper.
Conference employees, pastors, and volunteers make up the Camp Meeting (CM) Team.
Team members staying in the camp ground: Please talk with Dustin Johnson to discuss where you will stay on the camp ground.
Per Diem: For all meals not listed on the schedule, if you live more than 1 hour from Pine Tree Academy, you can receive per diem by talking with Daniel Battin for all meals that you are in Freeport for.
Join the Team - Volunteer
Interested in volunteering? We need help for setup, during camp meeting, and for takedown. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Main Tent AV
Young Adult Division
Cradle Roll Division
Tentative Work Team Schedule
Who: Camp staff, local pastors, & any volunteers.
Doing What: Setting up division tents, family tents, and cleaning the bathhouse.
June 10, 2024 (Monday) 10:00am | Begin Work 12:30pm | Lunch 5:30pm | Workday ends
June 11, 2024 (Tuesday) 10:00am | Begin Work 12:30pm | Lunch 5:30pm | Workday ends
Who: All pastors, office staff & any volunteers. Camp staff will NOT be present. Doing What: Preparing the divisions, helping with general campus setup, cleaning and meal prep.
June 17, 2024 (Monday) 10:00am | Work begins for EVERYONE. 12:30pm | Lunch 5:30pm | Workday ends
June 18, 2024 (Tuesday) 7:30am | Light Breakfast 8:00am | Worship & work begins for EVERYONE. 12:30pm | Lunch 5:30pm | Workday ends
June 19, 2024 (Wednesday) 7:30am | Light Breakfast 8:00am | Worship & work begins for EVERYONE. 12:30pm | Lunch 5:30pm | Workday ends
June 20, 2024 (Thursday) (Pitch rain date)
June 21 - 29, 2024 (Friday-Saturday)
7:30am - 8:30am | Breakfast
8:00am - 8:45am | Work team Worship
9:00am - 10:30am | Morning Meeting (please attend if able)
12:30pm - 1:30pm | Lunch
5:30pm - 6:30pm | Supper
June 29, 2024 (Saturday night) ~8:30pm | After the evening program, begin teardown (especially items under meeting tents) ~11:00pm | Go to bed
June 30, 2024 (Sunday) 8:00am | Worship & Begin Work 12:00pm | Lunch 5:00pm | Workday ends
July 1, 2024 (Monday) *Hopefully we will finish Sunday but this day may be needed. Especially if we have a weather delay. 8:00am | Worship & Begin Work 12:00pm | Lunch 5:00pm | Workday ends
July 4, 2023 (Thursday) Employees: take this planned vacation day to relax from your hard work
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I have to register? Only if you want a campsite. Meeting attendance is open and free.
When is Check-in? Friday, June 21, from 10:00am - 6:00pm. If you are arriving another day, please do not arrive during an evening meeting and go first to the Welcome Center to check-in.
Can I arrive early? Yes, but there may not be anybody on site to assist you with locating your site. Please communicate your need to arrive early with Dustin Johnson at email@example.com.
Can I cancel my campsite registration? You can cancel your reservation before June 13 and receive a 100% refund.
Are dogs allowed? Service dogs are the only dogs permitted on the campground & campus. Proof of service papers required.
Who is responsible for children? Parents are personally responsible for their children at all times. Youth under 18 are not permitted to reside on the campgrounds without a parent or guardian.
Where can I park my car? Parking will be clearly marked when you arrive. Please park in designated areas only.
Can I sell or solicit something for my ministry? Solicitation, selling, and signage of any type is not allowed without prior written approval by NNEC Administration/Camp Meeting Committee.
More Questions? Email Dustin Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org