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About Us

Camp Paradise is located 25 miles northwest of Wheatland WY, nestled in the forested foothills of the Wyoming Rocky Mountains. Camp Paradise is a Christian run campground and retreat center owned and operated by the Rocky Mountain Mission Center, which is a jurisdiction of Community of Christ.

As a church, we promote communities of joy, hope, love and peace. We want to spread that mission through offering the use and peacefulness of this beautiful facility to anyone interested!

We pride ourselves in having comfortable, yet secluded lodgings at an affordable price. How can we assist you or your group? Send us questions or comments through our Information Request Page.


The Lodge

While very comfortable, our 'back to the basics' lodge is not intended to be the Hilton! While simple, our lodge has basic amenities and is designed to help you step back to a simpler time so you can focus on the needs that brought you here.

The main floor hosts dining room, great room with wood fireplace, restrooms and kitchen. The kitchen is equipped to cook for large groups and includes private quarters and shower for your camp cook(s).

Upstairs you'll find 10 bedrooms, each with a combination of bed arrangements, and community bathrooms. Additional shower facilities, an ADA accessible shower and bedrooms can be found in our bath house, which is located adjacent to the lodge.

What can you do in Paradise?

Outside activities include items such as:

  • The large parade ground in front of lodge is great for team building activities or group games,
  • Have a quick round of horseshoes and/or create brackets for a camp long tournament,
  • Our softball/kickball field is a great way to fill a few hours,
  • Kids enjoy the playground with swings and slide,
  • Take a hike into Medicine Bow National Forest which borders the campgrounds. May I suggest heading to Eagle Rock?
  • Rappelling opportunities are abundant,
  • Younger legs enjoy the half mile "Round Robin Hike" which follows the driveway around the grounds and usually sports great bird watching.

Class times can be fun:

  • In the lodge's large great room or dining area,
  • On the front porch,
  • In the gazebo
  • Outdoors at "Stone Bench Chapel" or "The Meditating Rocks Garden,"
  • Down by the campfire,
  • On the parade ground,
  • In the national forest or along a trail.

Not wanting to join in the outdoor activities?

  • Sit back on a sofa or rocker with a cool drink and watch the fun from the lodge's shaded front porch which overlooks the parade grounds,
  • Head in and play a board game or chat with friends,
  • Or gather a group around the piano and sing the day along.

Still need more to do? Here's some afternoon or day trips:

 

 

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