Facility Rental

From October through early April, Camp Māk-A-Dream’s Gold Creek campus is available to rent for business functions, retreats, meetings, family reunions, club events, weddings — any group event. All proceeds from our facility rentals go directly to Camp operations.

Located on 87 beautiful acres in Gold Creek, Montana, our campus has everything you need in one place for a successful event.

Our 11,000-square-foot Lodge features a window-lined dining room with a large stone fireplace creating an open area that serves as a comfortable dining, meeting or breakout space. The lodge also features an activity room with ping-pong and pool tables, foosball and a flat-screen TV. Wrapped around the lodge is an expansive terrace where the hot tub and swimming pool overlook the valley. There is also guest wireless internet service in the lodge.

For multiday events, we have five Cabins with dormitory-style sleeping rooms. Each cabin accommodates from 12 and 24 guests comfortably, including two wheelchair-accessible bathrooms and a common area for gathering.

Camp’s Wellness Center features a large community room and separate coffee bar area. It can be your home for yoga classes, morning coffee meet-ups, guest speakers and more. This building also provides additional lodging space with six private single sleeping rooms, each with a shared bathroom.

Our Health Center building can accommodate smaller groups with six private single sleeping rooms, each with a shared bathroom. This building also includes a full kitchen, conference room, living room and TV room.

If you have questions about our facility rental or believe it’s a great option for your next function, please contact our office at 406.549.5987 or email us at: rentals@campdream.org.

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This is the greatest place known to man. It's got everything.

~ Joe, age 27, mentor, Heads Up Conference


From the outside looking in summer may seem like our busy season, but Camp Māk-A-Dream works its magic year-round. From special projects in preparation for our major fundraising events to hosting educational workshops at our Gold Creek campus, we stay busy regardless of the temperature outside. It just happens to be summertime that we especially look forward to.

Our Campus


Where the Magic Happens

Use this interactive map to explore Camp Māk-A-Dream's campus in Gold Creek, Montana. With 87 beautiful acres of ranchland surrounded by the Flint and Pintler mountains, Camp quickly becomes an unforgettable second home for the campers and program participants who travel here for a life-changing Montana experience.


What's a Montana experience without cabins? Our four cabins — named after a few of our state's mountain ranges — sleep up to 20 campers comfortably, each equipped with a kitchenette and a common area with a fireplace. These cabins quickly become home during camp programs and fireside chats happen both inside and out.

Swimming Pool

During our hot summer afternoons, everyone's thrilled by the idea of a dip in the pool. We have certified lifeguards on duty as various cabins rotate through using the pool as a recreational outlet. There's often a pool party, water aerobics, or cabin counselor cardboard boat races during theme night activities at Camp. The pool is wheelchair accessible.


Our 11,000-square-foot main lodge includes a window-lined dining room with a large stone fireplace and sitting area that combine to create an open area that serves as dining, meeting or breakout space. The lodge also features an activity room, a resource room for workshop sessions and the Camp Store. Not to mention an expansive terrace that overlooks the valley.

Art Studio

When campers want to get creative, they head here. We keep the studio well-stocked — since these kids have proven time and time again that their imaginations are seemingly limitless. From pottery and silk painting to tie-dye and friendship-bracelet weaving, the Art Studio is a hub of activity.

Health Center

Our full-service, on-site health facility is a critical part of Camp. With isolation and treatment rooms, this facility helps us accommodate campers who require a high level of care, as well as those undergoing active treatment.
 In addition, the Health Center houses Camp's office, a conference room and accommodations for the experienced doctors and nurses who volunteer at Camp.

Archery Range

In search of rare Montana wildlife, such as the stegosaurus or jackalope, Campers head to the archery range. Whether campers are looking to blow off steam or tromp in the field, the archery course is a popular activity. And we always enjoy sharing activities with campers that many of them have never tried before.

Ropes Course & Climbing Wall

The outdoor adventure courses are often the places where so many campers' firsts, victories and pivotal changes take place. This is especially true on the ropes course and climbing wall where campers test their limits. Adventure course activities are supervised and facilitated by trained Camp staff.

Horse Corral

Many would argue that the best way to see Montana's stunning landscape is from atop a horse — and when we see how excited campers become when they spot the corral, we tend to agree. From simply being near the animals and helping brush them down to taking a turn riding and navigating some obstacles while in the saddle, our horses are an integral part of the Camp experience.

Wellness Center

Our Wellness Center gives new meaning to living beyond cancer. This facility focuses on well-being, mind-body awareness and mindful practices. It includes a teaching kitchen for classes, coffee bar and lounge for small group discussions, and a large community room for activities like yoga, poetry sessions and workshops. This is also where a number of campus wide activities take place, like Camp's dance and talent show.

Zip Line

Adding some extra gravitational pull to the fun, our zip line is a popular entertainment choice at Camp. Campers get to take the leap and gleefully glide down the zip line. After all, they've already conquered so many fears, why not tackle another? Trained staff oversee and facilitate the zip line during all Camp sessions.