Overnight Camps at Tuttle


Overnight Camp Details

Since 1958, Camp Tuttle has provided a safe place for spiritual, environmental, social, and personal transformation. Campers and counselors work to create a safe place to challenge comfort zones, societal norms, thinking patterns, and understanding of the life and world around them. Our Camp experiences are for youth rising grades 2-12 grade.

Through this work, we provide abundant opportunities to connect with self, others, nature, and the Divine. Mountain peaks and rushing rivers root us deeply to God and call for action in protecting, sustaining, and nurturing the creation for which we are responsible.

  • Rising Grades - 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
  • Sessions:
    Mini Camp
    5th-6th Grade
    7th-8th Grade
    High School Adventure
    Young Adult Backpacking, Family Camp
    Pride Family Camp
  • Duration: 1-5 Nights

The typical camp day is jam packed with activities ranging from passive to active and from chosen to guided.

As a part of an Adventure Group, youth participate in working and playing together as a group with 10-12 other campers.

During Camper Choice time, they get to  choose whether to rock climb, play Nuke ‘Em (a Tuttle specialty!), do arts & crafts, and many more choices! 

In the evening, our talented and skilled counselors will host and facilitate different activities that range from backpacking to capture the flag and more, highlighting the diversity of our staff experiences.

We close out the day with an evening program featuring our chaplain of the week where we enjoy singing around the campfire. We often have guest speakers and workshops to enrich our camp experience. 

Check out our 2023 overnight offerings

June 10th – 14th, 2023

Ever wanted to sleep on the beach of the Colorado river? Or hike the great Delicate Arch? Join us this June for the trip of a lifetime! Camp Tuttle & the Diocese of Utah’s Youth Ministry are partnering up to offer 7th-12th graders a camp experience unlike no other. We will aid St. Francis parish in some service to help restore areas of flood-damaged neighborhoods in Moab, while also getting to explore the unique and exquisite landscape of southern Utah. Buses will depart from St. James church on Saturday June 10th and return Wednesday June 14th. Registration open now! Limited spots available. Registration ends May 15th, 2023. 

2nd – 4th Grade Mini Camp

Rising 2nd, 3rd, and 4th graders will join us for an overnight to experience a taste of Camp Tuttle. This may be your first time at camp! You’re going to love the games, activities, food, music, making new friends, bunking with your cabin mates, and so much more! Parents are welcome to join us for closing campfire on the 28th at 7:00pm! Register here.

June 27th @10:00am  – June 28th @8:00pm

5th and 6th Grade Camp 

Rising 5th and 6th graders will join us for a jam packed and fun-filled week in the high Wasatch Mountains. Ropes course, rock climbing, mountain biking, fishing, hiking, basketball, frisbee golf, arts & crafts, yoga, theater, Nuke ’em, and many more fun activities await! Register here

July 9th @4:00 – July 14th @12:00

7th and 8th Grade Camp

Rising 7th and 8th graders will join us for a jam packed and fun-filled week in the high Wasatch Mountains. Ropes course, rock climbing, mountain biking, backpacking, fishing, hiking, basketball, frisbee golf, arts & crafts, yoga, theater, Nuke ’em, and many more fun activities await! Register here

July 16th @4:00 – July 21st @12:00

High School Adventure Camp

Rising 9th – 12th graders, including high school graduates, are invited to join us for a fun-filled extended weekend at Camp Tuttle. We know your lives are busy but we hope you’ll take time to discover the joy of camp. Bring a friend for a weekend of meaningful conversations and adrenaline pumping activities like river rafting and rock climbing. Register here.

July 27th @4:00 – July 30th @12:00 

Open to 16-25 year olds. Come experience two nights in the backcountry of the beautiful Wasatch/Uinta Mountain Range. This trip is for beginner to advanced backpackers. Learn the basics of backpacking or hone in your backpacking skills. Participants will leave this trip as certified Leave No Trace Trainers. Get ready to enjoy games, great conversation, and the serenity of nature.



  • Become a LNT Trainer
  • Learn basic backpacking skills
  • Gain knowledge of local flora and fauna
  • Get to know other like-minded young adults
  • Experience the outdoors on your own two feet

August 1st @ Noon – August 3rd @ Noon 

Bring the whole family for a weekend at Camp Tuttle! Each family (or chosen family) will share one of our cozy cabins and have access to shared bathroom facilities and heated showers. Join us for days packed with classic camp activities facilitated by experienced camp counselors or choose your own adventure in the surrounding canyon area. Enjoy meals from our fabulous camp cooks and sing your favorite songs by the campfire! Family camp offers a great way to introduce young campers to life and camp for the first time in hopes they’ll be ready to join us on their own next summer. 

August 4th @ 6:00pm – August 6th @ Noon

August 11th @ 5:00pm – August 13th @ Noon

Embark into the outdoors with pride, at Camp Tuttle’s Family Pride Camp, an experience for all ages! Tuttle’s Family Pride Camp is a fun-filled weekend for queer and transgender family members of all ages. Enjoy participating in classic summer camp activities with your family and connecting with other LGBTQIA+ families along the way. Throughout the weekend we will also be facilitating engaging workshops, identity formation activities, and panels fostering pride in self, community, and identity. We encourage people who identify as LGBTQIA+ and children of LGBTQIA+ families of all religious and spiritual (including nonspiritual and nonreligious) backgrounds to join us.


Are we eligible/is it right for us? Family Pride Camp is for families with at least one member (of any age or family role, adult or child) who identifies as part of the LGBTQIA+ community. This includes:

  • children and youth of 2SLGBTQIA+ identities, 
  • families and communities as individuals who identify as two spirit, lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, intersex, asexual and/or queer (2SLGBTQIA+), 
  • have a(n) 2SLGBTQIA+ parent and/or guardian, 
  • and/or who broadly speaking, are connected in some way to 2SLGBTQIA+ communities (like having a sibling or relative that identifies as 2SLGBTQIA+).

We’re happy to talk with you more about your specific family and the program, as well as any barriers you might have in attending – contact us at (801)-322-4131 ext. 353 or camptuttle@episcopal-ut.org.

Cabin Living

Welcome to your home away from home! Enjoy your stay in the great outdoors from the comfort of one of our eight wooden cabins. Choose to stay in a same-gender or mixed gender cabin, depending on your preference. Whether you come with friends, family, or both, we encourage campers to make many new friends throughout their stay at Tuttle.

Learn more about our cabins and what to pack at our FAQ page.

CaMp Dining

You'll never go hungry at Camp, not if our professional cooks have anything to say about it! Meals at Camp Tuttle are an opportunity for campers and counselors to connect, share, and dine together. We know that relationships are nurtured around the table, and we consider each meal an opportunity to get to know each other a little bit better. Our meals are served buffet-style by our experienced cooks who ensure each meal is well balanced with fruits, veggies, and salad fixings available at each meal. Our dining staff are able to accommodate a variety of dietary needs and allergy restrictions, so please do not hesitate to let us know your nutritional needs - whether vegan, veggie, kosher, or nut-free, we will ensure your child is eating well throughout their stay.