"They have Bible studies, time for fellowship and just take time to enjoy God's beautiful creation," Evans said.
The camp is about an hour drive from Yosemite Valley, where most of the park's visitors are drawn to experience towering waterfalls spilling over 3,000-foot granite cliffs. The Adams family decided to go to Yosemite on Wednesday, while many others in the group chose an outing to nearby Bass Lake.
"It's such a beautiful place, and we feel close to God there," Evans said.
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