Mingus Mountain Methodist Camp and Retreat Center is located on Forest Road 104, just off of Highway 89 between Prescott Valley and Jerome. For detailed directions, please visit Mingus’ directions page.
Our 121-acre camp is nestled in a meadow at the top of Mingus Mountain, amid Ponderosa Pines, junipers, and a variety of wildlife. Bordered by National Forest on all sides, there are ample trails to take you through the woods during the summer, and there is great sledding to be had during the winter!
Facility and Features
Overnight accommodations at Mingus Mountain include retreat cabins, rustic cabins, motel-style rooms, RV sites with or without hookups, and tent sites. The 3 retreat cabins include 6 bedrooms with 5 beds in each room (2 sets of bunk beds and 1 single bed), a meeting area with a fireplace, full indoor restrooms and a large front deck. Two VIP motel-style rooms, with private restrooms, are each furnished with 2 twin beds as well as a microwave and mini fridge. The 6 rustic cabins each sleep 9 people (4 sets of bunk beds and 1 single bed). Restroom facilities are a short walk.
The site offers a number of meeting spaces for groups of varying sizes, including LaPoint Hall, Mesa Hall, the Craft Cabin, and Dining Hall. Meals at Mingus are generally served family style at round tables in the Dining Hall.
Activities include the high and low ropes course , climbing tower , mini and full-size zipline, a large sports field, basketball and volleyball courts, gaga pit, hiking trails, 9-hole disc golf course, archery, and fishing at Mingus Lake (permits required).
You can find out more, including availability, by calling camp directly at (928) 649- 5949 or by contacting Jonathan Gowan, Assistant Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Find out more about Mingus Mountain by reading our 2020 Annual Report.