Camp Quest Minnesota has grown!


They’ve expanded their range of dates to two weeks, both 14-20 July and 21-27 July. The registration deadline is 14 June, so it’s not too late to sign up to ship your kids out. Register online, now’s your chance to get the little monkeys out of your hair for a week while simultaneously being able to virtuously expand their minds!

While campers partake in traditional camp activities, such as field games, swimming, archery, crafts, and campfires, what sets Camp Quest apart from traditional summer camps is our focus on humanist values and ethics. Our unique programming encourages rational inquiry, free speech, and respect.

What are you going to do otherwise, send them to VBS to have their brains poisoned?


  1. raven says

    And at $499 for the week it is one of the best deal around!

    Good Cthulhu, is that how much camp cost these days?

    Back when I went, it was something like $90 a week. Hmmm, well probably not 90 dollars. They didn’t have dollars back in the Dark Ages. It might have been Reals or pieces of eight or something.

    Actually that does sound reasonable.

  2. embraceyourinnercrone says

    Wish I had been an out atheist and had an available Camp Quest when my daughter was younger.I let my mom convince me to send my daughter to vacation Bible school at her Catholic church when I moved back east. My unbaptised might believe in the idea of God but I am definitely reserving judgement seven year old. She spent a week listening to thecradle Catholics try to explain the Church and the Trinity. I thought she was going to hut herself with the amount of eyerolls she did describing everything each night after I came home from work. Shes 19 and happily atheist so I guess the brainwashing came to late to draw her in.

  3. Jackie, Ms. Paper if ya nasty says

    My eldest went a couple times and she loved it. She’s stayed in touch with several of her Questie besties.