Paha Sapa Mountain Conference

July 27th to 29th 2018
Kamp Kinship

Come to the Beautiful Black Hills of South Dakota to share an inspirational weekend gathering of AA and Alanon. Join friends or come and meet new ones in this scenic and serene setting. Whether you are looking for an escape from noise of living in the gifts our higher power has blessed us with or a quiet time to reconnect and reestablish ourselves. This is a great opportunity!

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One Alcoholic Talking Another Alcoholic

These conference are really a unique experience

Paha Sapa creates an intimate environment to experience a first class AA conference. Some of AA and Alanon's best speakers in a beautiful and peaceful surrounding. Share meals, recreation, and meditations with fellow AA and Alanon members. “We shall be with you in the Fellowship of the Spirit, and you will surely meet some of us as you trudge the Road of Happy Destiny” from the AA’s Big Book comes to mind as the presenters share their experiences and their stories.

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What the Camp has to Offer

Food, Lodging and Recreation

Included in the registration is food and lodging. The camp offers a combination of rustic cabins and modern lodges. All of the lodging comes with comfortable full beds. There is ample free time scheduled on Saturday afternoon to experience some outdoor fun. The camp offers a variety of entertainment options, like a Rock Climbing wall, Zip line, a water slide, paddle boats, swimming and hiking. It is also a good time to explore, meditation, reading, or napping. Enjoy being unplugged for a few hours.

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Paha Sapa is Lakota for the Black Hills

Explore the Region and its' Rich History

If you’re looking for things to do on your vacation in the Black Hills and Badlands of South Dakota, you won’t be disappointed! In fact, you may be surprised to find so much, you’ll need extra time just to see it all! You may enjoy the gaming or history in Deadwood or explore gold mining history in Lead. Of course, a visit to the Black Hills wouldn’t be complete without seeing Mount Rushmore.