Current Projects

Gifts to Covenant Harbor are used primarily to acquire, improve and maintain capital items that are not covered by the fees charged to campers and guests. The following is a list of current projects.

Carriage House Campaign

To enhance Covenant Harbor’s ability to provide an outstanding environment for campers and guests to worship, grow in faith in Jesus Christ and receive excellent medical care, the Carriage House Campaign seeks funds with urgency, to complete the remodeling of a new Chapel, new summer infirmary and new non-summer housing. Learn all about this project on our Carriage House Campaign page.

Would you like to make a gift to help with this project? Please visit our online giving page.

Other Priorities

Additional priorities include improvements to the Boat House and several cabins, as well as funding a variety of equipment needs in maintenance, food service and IT. There are a number of additional projects on our Wish List in the event funding or in-kind gifts become available.


Completed Projects

Camper Activities

Through camper activity funds and special gifts, we have enhanced some popular activities for our campers and guests. Gaga Ball is a new activity to Covenant Harbor, and was completed by an Eagle Scout group as a volunteer project. We updated our Water Playground with a new trampoline and added a Malibu Boat and Trailer. We also received a generous donation of a Boston Whaler and Trailer, a great addition to our Waterfront!

Geneva Bay Center Swimming Beach

Thanks to a family foundation grant, a new beach was created specifically for use by Geneva Bay Center guests. This swimming area is located at the northern-most pier and includes a new diving raft, two lifeguard stations and ladders to the pier. A new entrance, gate, archway and sign were added to the fence around the beach, which was given a fresh coat of paint.

New Pier

Thanks to special gifts in memory of Glenn and Rachel Carlson, a fourth pier has been added to the south end of our lakefront. Boat storage has been moved to the new pier, which frees up the third pier to be used as a launch point for boating activities and also for fishing. The new pier also enabled us to redevelop the northern-most pier as a swimming area for guests of Geneva Bay Center.

For more information or an update on any of these projects, contact:

Sarah Snow, Development Director
262.248.3600 ext. 330