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Session Details

Available options during this week:

  1. Regular Week: This is a basic well-rounded week at camp. You may add horsemanship, canoeing, mountain biking or hiking on as additional activities during online registration (applicable fees below). Learn more about Regular Weeks
  2. Young Adventurer Week A (Half Week Program): The Young Adventurers arrive on Sunday morning and stay through Wednesday afternoon. These campers will get a sampling of many camp activities in an abbreviated week, but there is no abbreviation on fun!
  3. Searcher Equestrian (CLOSED!): Available as a specialty week, Searcher Equestrian is for campers who just can’t get enough of horses!! If campers choose this option they do not select any other daily activities, but will instead participate in horse related activities throughout the week. These campers will participate in age specific and all-camp activities in the evenings. Learn more about Searcher EQ
  4. CILT 1 – First Week: Campers In Leadership Training (CILT) is a two-year program with an emphasis on supervised leadership training and personal spiritual growth. These ladies will be challenged in ways they never dreamed possible and grow in knowledge, skills and confidence throughout the program. Upon completion of the program, graduates will be encouraged to join our staff. Learn more about CILT

Additionally: This week’s campers will be treated to a 4th of July party at camp.

Available options during this week:

  1. Regular Week: This is a basic well-rounded week at camp. You may add horsemanship, canoeing, mountain biking or hiking on as additional activities during online registration (applicable fees below). Learn more about Regular Weeks
  2. CILT 1 – Second Week: Campers In Leadership Training (CILT) is a two-year program with an emphasis on supervised leadership training and personal spiritual growth. These ladies will be challenged in ways they never dreamed possible and grow in knowledge, skills and confidence throughout the program. Upon completion of the program, graduates will be encouraged to join our staff. Learn more about CILT

Available options during this week:

  1. Regular Week: This is a basic well-rounded week at camp. You may add horsemanship, canoeing, mountain biking or hiking on as additional activities during online registration (applicable fees below). Learn more about Regular Weeks
  2. Equestrian Week (Intermediate to Advanced Riders): Available as a Specialty Week, EQ is for experienced riders who want to live and breathe horses the entire week of camp! These campers will not select other daily activities but will be doing horse related activities and chores in addition to extended periods of riding. Campers participating in EQ programs will rise early and before breakfast help to catch, groom, feed the horses, and complete other chores that go along with caring for a horse. A horse show will conclude the week on Saturday morning at 10 AM. Parents are invited! Learn more about EQ Week

Available options during this week:

  1. Regular Week: This is a basic well-rounded week at camp. You may add horsemanship, canoeing, mountain biking or hiking on as additional activities during online registration (applicable fees below). Learn more about Regular Weeks
  2. Searcher Equestrian (Week B): Available as a specialty week, Searcher Equestrian is for campers who just can’t get enough of horses!! If campers choose this option they do not select any other daily activities, but will instead participate in horse related activities throughout the week. These campers will participate in age specific and all-camp activities in the evenings. Learn more about Searcher EQ

Available options during this week:

  1. Regular Week: This is a basic well-rounded week at camp. You may add horsemanship, canoeing, mountain biking or hiking on as additional activities during online registration (applicable fees below). Learn more about Regular Weeks
  2. Young Adventurer Week B (Half Week Program): The Young Adventurers arrive on Sunday morning and stay through Wednesday afternoon. These campers will get a sampling of many camp activities in an abbreviated week, but there is no abbreviation on fun!

The COED Day Camp program is open for girls and boys ages 5-12 years. Sessions run from 9AM to 3PM. The days will be packed with pony rides, Bible time, making new friends, cookouts, swimming, boating, challenge course, games and trying new things. Of course, there will also be traditional camp activities such as archery, riflery, hiking, nature and crafts. All activities will be facilitated by well-qualified and experienced summer camp staff members. Learn more about Day Camp here
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