1961 - The Rev. James Lincoln holds camp on the present site of St. George's Camp with campers sleeping in tents.
1962 - First permanent camp building is in place under the supervision of Mr. Lincoln and Shrine Mont Director Wilmer Moomaw.
St. George's camp dedicated and Choir Camp, predecessor to Music and Drama (MAD) Camp, opens.
1964 - The Rev. Churchill J. Gibson, Jr. begins serving as chaplain.
1968 - St. George's becomes coeducational, adds two cabins and Lincoln Pavillion expands capacity to 40 campers.
1973 - Wilderness Odyssey, predecessor to today's Explorers' and Explorers' the Great Camps, opens.
1974 - Shrine Mont purchases Orkney Springs Hotel property, including Bear Wallow Camp facility.
Senior High Youth Conference begins.
1980 - Art Camp opens.
1988 - St. Andrew's Camp founded.
Happy Pullman becomes program director.
1989 - Choir Camp becomes MAD camp.
1999 - St. Elizabeth's Camp meets for the first time with five campers and five volunteers.
2007 - St. Sebastian's Camp (successor to Soccer Camp) opens.
2012 - Celebration of 50 years of camps at Shrine Mont.