At the Florida Shindig, you’ll meet other like-minded Christian families for fellowship, worship, fun activities, and more.
Enjoy the mild North Florida winter! Swim or canoe in the lake, laugh your head off playing human foosball, get exercise hiking, relax at a moonlight campfire, and enjoy great fellowship. New speakers in 2022!
* Expand your network of friends/acquaintances
* Learn from Christian home-school experts
* Commiserate with others who share your beliefs
* Get encouraged, challenged, and edified through great Biblical teaching
Children will have lots of fun with outdoor and indoor sports and activities.
Your older teens and young adults can connect with other singles and broaden their horizons.
Learn about Lake Swan Camp
Any Christian family from any state is welcome to attend!
What is the Florida Shindig?
It’s a gathering of Christian homeschooling families from across nation for fun, fellowship, and more!
The Florida Shindig was inspired by, but is not affiliated with, the No Greater Joy Ministries national Shindigs.
What is the date?
The Florida Shindig will be held on Sunday night, January 23 through Sunday, January 30, 2022. Stay longer after the Shindig program concludes!
What is the Shindig location?
The Florida Shindig is being held at the Lake Swan Camp, 647 State Road 26, Melrose, FL 32666. It’s about 20 minutes east of Gainesville.
Text the Florida Shindig: 352-258-4606 (on January 23-January 30 only please)
What is the registration cost?
As low as $139 per family, $35 for singles. There are day-passes for as low as $39 per family and $19 for singles. The Florida Shindig will sell out– register early!
What is the cost of accommodations?
Maximum of $120 per family per night for private rooms with bunk-beds and a private bath/shower (sleep up to 12).
Singles are $30 per night for bunk-beds in dorm-style housing.
There are RV, pop-up, and tent spaces. Some have full hook-ups including water, electric, and sewer.
There are hotel-style rooms available (sleep up to four).
Reserve your accommodations early!
What will be the total attendance?
We’re predicting as many as 500 attendees from across the country, including families and singles. In 2021, we had more than 500 attendees. In 2020, there were about 385 attendees. In 2019, there are 460 from 79 families in 23 states. In 2018, there were 433 attendees from 71 families in 22 states. In 2017, there were 309 attendees from 59 families in 20 states!