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Canoe Camp: Participants will spend two to three half-days learning how to handle their canoes, followed by two full-day sessions exploring the beauty of Hines Creek from a canoe. Cost - $100

Outdoor Survival: Participants will spend half of each day learning a critical survival skill, including: Starting fires with flint and steel, how to make a bow and arrow,  how to build a shelter using Da Vinci's bridge building technique. 

Cost - $100                                                                                                                             Horsemanship (open for 10-15 year-olds) : Participants will spend half of each day learning how to handle and ride their horse. Cost - $120     

Specialty camps are week-long camps held on-site at the same time as regular day camps which runs from Monday to Friday, 8:00 am to 6:00pm.



What to bring to day camp?

All articles must be labeled. Children do lose things. Help us get them back to you! This is the minimum you will need:​​

  • bagged lunch (nut free)
  • weather appropriate durable clothing for a busy day of activities
  • long pants (for horses and woods activities)
  • sweater and rain jacket
  • runners (needed)
  • sandals (optional)
  • bug spray
  • hat and sunscreen
  • Bible
  • pen and notebook
  • swimsuit/towel


Please do not bring:

Cell phone, non-prescription drugs, radio, MP3 players, video games, jewelry  chewing gum, expensive clothing, inappropriate clothing (too revealing or offensive logos).


Day Camp Activities

  • Chapel and devos
  • Sports
  • Field Games
  • Archery
  • Rocketry
  • Canoeing
  • Orienteering/Shelter Building
  • Hiking
  • Climbing Wall
  • Horses
  • Slingshots

*Some activities might not be available for some of the specialty camps.


  1. We do not allow cell phones on the property to ensure campers' privacy. Please don't bring digital cameras. Disposable ones are allowed but remember all campers will receive a free highlight DVD.
  2. All lost and found items not claimed by September may be taken to the local thrift store.  Please label your clothing.
  3. Please consider the current and forecasted weather and temperature when choosing clothing for the day.
  4. Please be advised that phone privileges are not given to the campers. We have found that this increases homesickness incredibly! Parents will be contacted by a Missions Team member in the case of an emergency.
  5. If necessary to be taken during the day, any medicine (including OTC and vitamins) brought to camp must have the child's name on it, be in its original container and given to the camp  First-Aid attendant upon arrival.


Specialty Day Camps for 10-12 Year-Olds *

If you would like to spend more time learning:

- How to canoe, or How to survive in the outdoors, or How to handle and ride horses*, then check-out our Specialty Camps below.

*Horsemanship is open for 10-15 year-olds.

Have more questions?  

Check out our Frequently Asked Questions!

Specialty Camp Dates


Canoe Camp: July 19-23

Outdoor Survival: August 2-6

Horsemanship: July 26-30

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