1961 - The Rev. James Lincoln holds camp on the present size 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.