Summer Camp Programs

Children’s Camps (Ages 7-12)

Our Children’s Camps get your kids outside and active for a week! These camps run from Sunday at 4:00pm until Friday at 4:00pm. Our mornings include Bible time, singing, and games, then campers will move through their afternoon activities with their cabin groups, supervised by staff. Our evenings are full of unique activities, themed suppers, and campfires. Our full week camps will take part in a weather-dependent overnight camping trip! Our campers are the focus of camp and our main priority – we do our best to ensure our programming is safe, fun, and inclusive.

Children’s Camp 1 (Ages 7-12) – July 7-12, 2024
Children’s Camp 2 (Ages 7-12) – July 21-26, 2024

Fees: $375 (Early Bird: $350 until May 1)

Day Camp (Ages 5-10)

Day Camp is a great place to start for our youngest campers, or those not quite ready to sleep away from home. The day runs from 9:00 until 5:00 and includes an age appropriate version of all our camp activities. Lunch and afternoon snack are provided and campers can come for one day or the entire week.

Day Camp 1 (Ages 5-10) – July 15-19, 2024
Day Camp 2 (Ages 5-10) – August 6-9, 2024

Fees: $40/day

Teen Camp (Ages 13-18)

Teen camp is so much fun for both campers and staff! Campers are able to make daily choices for their preferred activities, and take advantage of more free time. If weather allows, we always plan on a sleep-under-the-stars overnight camping trip. We have lots of surprises in store for this week!

Teen Camp (Ages 13-18) – July 28 – August 2, 2024
Fees: $375 (Early Bird: $350 until May 1)

Camp Activities

Our activities for the day include singing and Bible time, swimming, watersports, archery, crafts, nature skills, frisbee golf, beach volleyball, gaga ball, and other recreational sports, games, trampoline, themed suppers, and campfire (and other fun surprises!).


Cabin Arrangements: We are happy to take requests for friends or groups who would like to be in a cabin together, and we will do our best to make it work depending on camper numbers and staffing.

Drop off/Pick up: To keep our campers and families safe, we will require that you sign your child in and out of camp. When you drop your child off we will need to know who we should expect will be picking them up.

Water Safety: We have a lifeguard on staff and campers are supervised by an adult at all times while in the water. Life jackets are mandatory for all watersports and any activity that goes beyond our swimming area. Younger campers or less confident swimmers will wear life jackets at all times in the water.

Medications: We ask that you bring any medication, along with instruction, when you register. We employ staff with First Aid training, but we do not have a registered nurse on staff.

Dietary Restrictions: We are able to accommodate different dietary restrictions and allergies, but please let us know ahead of time!

Have other questions? Contact us through the Contact tab at the top of this page or email us at

What To Bring

  • Bedding: Most campers like to bring a fitted sheet for their mattress, a sleeping bag* or blanket, and pillow.
    *If you are attending full week children’s camps, or Teen camp, make sure you bring a sleeping bag for the overnight camping trip.
  • A complete change of clothing for every day spent at camp
  • Clothing and shoes for all types of weather
  • Towels: One for swimming and one for showering is ideal
  • Sunscreen and insect repellent
  • Toiletries
  • Medications
  • Optional: Bible, camera, flashlight, water shoes, books
    **Please write your name on items you bring to camp!**

Please Leave At Home:

  • Cell phones, tablets, gaming systems, and other electronic devices. Let this be your week away from technology and distractions.
  • Junk food/candy
  • Lighters, knives