Weeks are designed for children 8-12 years old, while understanding
that this may be your child's first week long experience away from
their home. Days are filled with fun activities, team games, and a
range of adventure and sports themed classes. Each day includes a
morning and evening worship and bible lesson time by experienced Youth
are divided into multiple teams which will accumulate points during the
week by competitions including various field games, scavenger hunts,
and Bible verse memorization.
will have an opportunity to sign-up for two courses to participate in
while at camp. Courses change week to week based on demand, but may
fees must be paid-in-full on, or before, the first day of camp, however
a deposit may be paid in advance to reserve your spot (highly
recommended). We offer both a resident and non-resident "Day Trek"
option for all of our summer camp programs. For resident campers, the
camp fee covers the cost of all group activities, classes and
activities* (some classes, such as paintball have a supplemental fee),
lodging, and three meals per day.
If you register before Feb. 1, 2017 you'll receive a $50.00 discount. If you register before May 1, 2017 you'll receive a
$25.00 discount. This is for RESIDENTIAL camps only. Does NOT apply to
Day Trek or Day Camp.
|June 5-10, 2017
|June 12-17, 2017
Register For Camp
You can register for camp by completing the On-Line form, by printing and completing the PDF form,
or in person. If you need assistance with registering for camp, or if
you have any questions please feel free to call our office.
What To Bring
prepared to spend most of the day outside and most activities will
continue rain or shine, so it's a good idea to have clothing (and
shoes) that can get muddy.
- Bring bedding or a sleeping bag. Twin size bunk beds are in all cabins
- Towel and personal bathroom supplies
- Swim suit
- Your Bible
- A more complete list of what we recommend is here.
Jamboree Week Photos
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