GOSPEL-CENTERED FALL STUDENT RETREATS
October 6-8, 2023 ( #1 )
October 13-15, 2023 ( #2 )
Snowbird fall youth retreats include 4 main teaching sessions and small group meetings—spread throughout Friday night, Saturday, and Sunday morning. This is where your students will meet together, digest expositional Bible teaching, and work through the day-to-day aspects of following Jesus.
We also like to play—really hard. Your students will also be assigned recreation times on Friday night and Saturday afternoon. There’s something about having fun together that builds relationships that last long after a trip to SWO, and we don’t want you to miss out on that.
$175 / person
Of First Importance (2023)
It is important that we always keep, “the main thing, the main thing”.
Christ has accomplished everything necessary for our salvation. The Gospel is the power of God for salvation and equips us to live for the glory of God. In Christ, we have died to sin and now live in righteousness.
This year, we want you to take a break from the craziness of the world around us and remember the Gospel. The Gospel is not only necessary for our salvation, but also for every aspect of life.
“It is a wonderful, amazing,… spirit-filled, mind-changing, life-altering week of camp that continues to change my students’ lives.”
Jack CaldwellStudent Pastor, Richmond Hill UMC
“Not only do they invest in my students, but there is a great concern and care devoted to me as a pastor. I am so grateful for you guys.”
Lee WilderStudent Pastor, South Fork Baptist
“The staff working with us adapted to my students really well, changing how they ran share groups throughout the week to be able to make their interactions with my students more engaging.”
Matthew AcreeStudent Pastor
Fall Retreat Schedule
Schedule is tentative. Check the Snowbird app for most current updates.
- 5:00 pm – Arrival & Check-in
- 6:00 pm – Dinner
- 6:45 pm – On-Campus Recreation
- 9:15 pm – Worship Service at North Campus
- 10:30 pm – Share Groups
- 11:00 pm – Snack Shack, SWO Underground, Fire
- 7:45 am – Breakfast
- 9:00 am – Worship Service at North Campus
- 10:00 am – Share Groups
Get the FAQs
Snowbird Wilderness Outfitters exists to proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ through the exposition of Scripture and personal relationships in order to equip the Church to impact this generation.
This Gospel-driven mission is what every one of our retreats is focused on.
Or, jump into our published resources and session recordings to get a sample of the teaching at SWO.
How do I register and prepare for arrival?
Click the button below to set up your Snowbird account and pay a small deposit (per person) to register your group for a fall youth retreat.
Please don’t hesitate to reach out. Call us at 828.321.2210 or email us anytime. We’re here to help!
What do Snowbird Fall Youth Retreats look like?
These fall youth retreats include solid biblical teaching, Gospel-focused worship, high-adventure recreation, and small groups with your best friends.
What recreation do you provide?
The scheduled recreation includes any of our on-campus recreation options: like our climbing tower, aerial park, zip line, 3-man swing, archery tag, basketball court, and paintball course.
What types of housing do you provide?
We have over 14 cabins on our campus, divided by bedrooms for each group. They each provide twin-sized bunk beds, air conditioning, and heat. Our cleaning team takes great pride in keeping things clean but the buildings are primarily functional.
You’ll need to provide your own bedding, pillow and towels. One of our 4 bathhouses is always a short walk from each cabin.
How do I add or drop additional spots to my group?
You can add additional spots to your group as long as the retreat is not full. The best way to find out is to open your Snowbird Account and see if any remaining spots are open for the retreat. However, you only want to register spots that you’re sure you’ll need. The deposit is non-refundable.
Check our Registration Guide for details on how to invite specific students to your group via email.