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Camp Tuttle is an outdoor ministry of the Episcopal Church of Utah.

Inclusion and acceptance are key at Camp Tuttle, and children of all religious backgrounds are encouraged to come join in the fun!

Upcoming Events

Movie Night! November 6th @ 5pm
High School students and Young Adults! Let’s have one more last get together before winter!! Outside movie night at St. James Episcopal Church in the amphitheater.

Meet at 5:00 for social hour and games, then enjoy an outdoor movie starting between 6:00-6:30.  We will also have a campfire!
Please bring your own food/snacks and blanket!
St. James address: 7486 S. Union Park Ave, Midvale
For Covid restrictions, you will need to wear a mask with social distancing, have your temperature taken and sign COVID waiver.  Please RSVP as space will be limited
Please contact Karen Gleeson at email: kgleeson@episcopal-ut.org or call/text 801-349-0336
Go Virtual! November 9th @ 7pm
Join us for another fun zoom meeting, see and hangout with your friends from camp and our amazing staff!
For deatils on all our upcoming event go to the “Schedule and Events” tab
Stay informed on youth events by checking our
Camp Tuttle Facebook pagewebpage and instagram!  

Please Donate to our Facility and Scholarship Funds

Camp Tuttle is a community that thrives due to its diverse group of children and believes that nothing should stand in the way of a child coming to camp.

If able, please make a donation to our Facility Fund as we are replacing some of the roofs at camp.  We are also accepting donations to our  scholarship fund so that all kids can experience the great gifts Camp Tuttle has to offer!

Click here to donate.

Please specify which fund you would like your donations to go to!

Until you’ve been in the place I am it is hard to understand that in just six weeks,
Six unforgettable, life altering, confidence boosting weeks;
I go from barely knowing some people to loving them with my whole entirety.
To loving this place, with my whole entirety.
So I stay.
And I will stay because this place, these people… change MY WHOLE LIFE.
And that,
That will never change.

-Excerpt from “What Camp Means to Me” by Randee Martinez, counselor