Whispering Pines Camp, like many camps in the area, was once home to tents and campfires for miners who were mining silver and gold in the Bradshaw Mountains. Today, there is an old silver mine that is closed off, but sits near the property. The old panning house still stands and was the first structure built on the grounds. The charming old cabin house was built in 1940 and the camp management lives here year round. In 1967, the Community of Christ purchased the camp and added several cabins and buildings to house church, school and non-profit organizations to come and create their own camp experience.
Whispering Pines Camp is nestled in the Bradshaw Mountains at an elevation of nearly 6000 feet. Each year well over 1000 people walk the grounds and enjoy God’s beautiful outdoors. Our abundant wildlife includes many species of birds, deer, coyotes, and the squirrels. Throughout our campground you will find many species of pines, oaks, and cedars. Groups utilizing the facilities can be inspired and reminded of the beauty and majestic power of God’s goodness and love. The Whispering Pines Camp setting provides an atmosphere of serenity, spiritual renewal and peace.