Here is what your child can expect
to gain from their experience here.
They will HAVE A LOT OF FUN, MAKE LOTS OF
FRIENDS, ENJOY SWIMMING AND GAMES, EAT LOTS OF GREAT FOOD,
LEARN ABOUT JESUS
when they attend our amazing camp.
what happens at camp
WE EAT A LOT
We serve breakfast, lunch, dinner, and two
snacks everyday. It's the kind of food kids love
(tacos, mac & cheese, french fries and more)
WE PLAY A LOT
We have planned activities all day. We play
basketball, volleyball, and have other fun group
games to keep them busy.
WE SWIM A LOT
We have two pools for swimming and a lake for
paddle boats. You will have fun in the water with
our certified lifeguards.
WE CRAFT A LOT
We have a craft time where you will get to be
creative and work on supervised art projects that
you will take home with you.
WE SING A LOT
We teach the kids fun songs and tell stories
around the campfire. We even have a camper led
talent show just for fun.
WE TEACH A LOT
We have 30 min chapel every morning and a 45 min
chapel every night. You will learn about how much
Jesus loves you.
WE SURPRISE A LOT
We have so many special surprises for the
campers during their stay it will create memories
that will last a lifetime.
2023 Camp Season
Campers are only permitted to attend our sponsored camp program once per year.
We are able to do this because of our generous sponsors.
We provide scholarships to campers which allows them to
attend at no personal cost. Without the scholarship it would
cost each camper $400 per week to attend our summer camp.
Camp weeks are coordinated by churches and agencies. If you are not affiliated with a scheduled group, we may be able to commect you with one. Please complete the Camper Registration Form found on this page and email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NO! We have a closed campus and we are very serious about
security. We are being entrusted with your children and we
do not take that lightly. It would be impossible to do
background checks on every person that just wants to pop in
and say hello. So we don't allow any family or friends to
visit for any reason.
We have a closed campus for security purposes. Parents and
guardians will only be allowed on campus on Monday for drop
off and Friday for pick up. If your child cannot attend the
full Monday through Friday then don't send them to camp.
All of the cabins have 11 beds, but we do not provide bedding. You will want to send your child with a twin sized fitted sheet and blanket or sleeping bag. They will also need a pillow. They will need a towel and all of their personal items like a toothbrush, shampoo and deodorant. You may want to send some sunblock and bug spray for your child as we often have a lot of mosquitoes. There is a downloadable PDF of what to bring and not to bring. The items that we mentioned are the most forgotten items.
We have a qualified nurse on campus 24 hours a day. All of
the children must turn in all of their medicine to our nurse
at registration. You should put all of their medicine in a
Ziploc bag and label it with their name. If your child has
special equipment like a breathing machine for asthma it
should be labeled with their name as well. We will make sure
that your child stays on schedule with their medication and
We have an amazing cook that prepares all of our meals. We
eat the kind of food that you would expect to eat at a kid’s
camp. We have macaroni & cheese, chicken nuggets, french
fries, spaghetti with meat sauce, pizza, tacos and
cheeseburgers. For snacks we have potato chips, popsicles,
ice-cream sandwiches, rice crispy treats, cookies, popcorn,
snocones and s'mores around the campfire. Even the pickiest
of eaters seems to enjoy our menu.
We have probably seen every kind of food allergy that
there is. When it comes up we inform everyone on staff of
any kids with food allergies on campus. They are even issued
a special bracelet to be identified in the meal line. We
will also create special meals only when it is MEDICALLY
NECESSARY. We have had many special dietary needs to
accommodate. Some examples are: Vegan, Gluten Free, Lactose
intolerant, and peanut allergy. If your child requires some
type of special food you can always send it with them and we
will prepare it
WHAT CAN CAMPERS EXPECT IF THEY ATTEND
A TRAINED STAFF THAT CARES
Our staff is here to make sure every camper has a great
time during their week of camp. We create a safe environment
where kids can just be kids.
There will be lots of opportunities for hands on learning
about nature. You will get lots of opportunities to be
creative and show off your talents.
PART OF SOMETHING LIFE CHANGING
Our goal is to invest in the lives of every camper that
comes here. We want all of our campers to leave here with
great memories they will cherish forever.