College & Career2019-05-11T08:42:41-05:00

May 24-26, 2019

Specifically for ages 18-35, this retreat is designed to connect you with others and you Heavenly Father. Come enjoy tons of activities such as our archery tag, ultimate frisbee, tubing on the lake, paintball, mini golf, skeet shooting and more. Take time out of your busy school or work schedule to rest and recreate, make new friends, or hang with old ones. It’s all about fun and fellowship and taking the time to refresh yourself!

Jua Robinson is the Executive Director of the Boston Collaborative, an organization who connects workplace Christians to each other and to needs within the city of Boston. He is also a church planting catalyst with the SEND Boston Network. He was previously the founder and Lead Pastor of Heart Change Fellowship, a multi-ethnic church in Boston, MA and city coordinator for the 2016 Boston DeVos Urban Leadership Initiative cohort.

Jua’s heart is seeing people live passionately for Jesus. He’s had the privilege of speaking in 15 states to churches, with business leaders, and on college campuses including Harvard, MIT, the University of Virginia, University of Southern California, NC State, and the University de Cocody (Cote D’Ivoire), West Africa.

Jua is also an active part of the Boston community as he serves on the Jamaica Plain Mentoring Network Advisory Board, Greater Things Greater Boston Steering Team, Boys and Dedicated Dads at Roosevelt K-8 School, and Little Voice Early Learning Center Advisory Board. He also served on the steering team for the Boston Prayer Summit and the Creo Collective, a church planting and missional network.

Prior to pastoring, Jua served as campus minister and marketing specialist with Athletes in Action where he also helped plant River of Life Church in urban Cincinnati. He has degrees from Bowling Green State University (B.S.) and Liberty Theological Seminary (M.A., M.Div.) He and his wife, Regina are parents to four energetic children. 

He can be reached at

Pricing and Registration

Full Retreat

Scholarship Application

Scholarship Funds are are available!

Thanks to our awesome donors, the Hakala Camp Scholarship Fund assists many of our guests in having a camp experience. If money is the issue for coming to camp – don’t be shy! Ask for what you need.

Scholarship Application

Schedule Highlights

  • Check-In: Friday 5-8pm

  • Check-Out: Sunday 1pm

  • Saturday Breakfast – Sunday Lunch

  • Two Nights

  • Four Sessions

Activities Available

  • Archery Tag

  • Skeet Shooting

  • Pickleball Tournament

  • Football

  • Hatchet Throwing

  • Mountain Hike

  • Indoor Heated Pool

  • Indoor Mini Golf

  • Lawn Games

  • and more!

What should I bring?2018-02-27T13:32:36-05:00

Bring your:

  1. Bible
  2. notebook and pen
  3. appropriate clothing that will protect you from all types of weather
  4. modest bathing suits for the pool and waterfront
  5. sturdy footwear for activities
  6. sleeping bag (or linens), pillow, and toiletries
  7. Snack Shop and activity money
What should I NOT bring?2018-01-18T21:11:29-05:00

The usual – don’t bring weapons, drugs, alcohol, or anything that would harm other guests.