*NEW for 2017: Please note we have adjusted the age range in our camper weeks to make space for more younger campers, and increase the options of when campers are eligible to attend.
- Kids Week is an introductory week, intentionally structured for younger children that are still learning what the summer camp is all about. Campers are introduced to all activities as a cabin group accompanied by their cabins leader. In this way they experience many new things with that familiar group, without having to make big program choices. Chapels are fun with simple gospel themes to allow campers to learn more about Jesus in a way that fits with the adventure of the rest of the camp day. Our hope is that chapel is anticipated as much as a trip to go swimming.
- Junior Week offers a little more adventure and freedom. The basic structure of the week is similar to Kids Week, but skills and activities are further developed for the older age group. We’re able to offer an introductory Horsemanship program in Junior Week for an additional program fee.
- Intermediate Week is the first week where campers have the chance to choose their own activities. On Monday all campers are presented with skits from the various activity groups to help them choose the four programs they will participate in each day. This allows the camp week to be more customized to the camper as their interests have become developed. Campers can sign up with friends or individually to make new friends. Intermediate week is the first week where campers are given the option to sign up for the Ski and Wake Boarding program in addition to Horsemanship program (for an extra fee).
- Jr High Week continues to build in expanded program content for an older age group. The specialized program options of Horsemanship and Waterskiing/Wakeboarding are available at an additional fee. Special camp-wide group activities become larger and we create more time for deeper spiritual discussion.
- Teen Week is similar to Junior High week in scheduling and programming (with the Horse and Waterskiing/Wakeboarding programs available at an additional fee), but staff tailor the creative content of the week to the growing maturity of the campers. Deeper spiritual discussions continue to be an important focus in the week.
- Youth Week we don’t hold back at all. Whether a camper has come for many years or is experiencing camp for the first time Youth week is designed to be the highlight of the summer. We allow for lots of social interaction and great fun. Programs run full of rich skill engagement and also excitement. We have various optional experiences that campers can sign up to do many of which are surprises that we don’t revel until the week arrives.
Chapels are a key part of each week. Cabin Bible studies & discussions, music and firesides give campers special worship experiences with their friends, cabin leaders and staff. Chapel leaders teach Bible lessons to the whole group each day.
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Programs and activities offered
- Low Ropes
- Cookouts (Junior to Jr High)
- Outdoor Adventure
- Mountain Biking
- Frisbee Golf
- Active Sports
- Beach Volleyball
- Ultimate Frisbee
- Street Hockey
- Leisure Sports
- Bocce Ball
- Shuffleboard & More
Kids & Junior week campers are led though activities as a cabin group, giving them exposure to a wide variety of activities. Campers at older weeks are allowed to sign up at camp for activities of their choice.
*Horse and Ski & Wakeboard Programs are additional cost and should be requested with registration. Click here for more information about extra programs.