Traditional (3rd-12th Grade)

Get the full camp experience with a week of songs, crafts, games, Bible Encounter, canoeing, swimming, archery, ropes course, hiking, campout night, and more! Campers stay in our cabins with their fellow campers and their counselor.

Camp Schedule
While there may be some changes made prior to the beginning of the summer a typical day at
camp looks a little something like this.

  • 7:30 am – Wake Up
  • 8:00 – Morning Watch
    • Morning Watch is a time for everyone to gather together and get the day started.
      We typically do a silly warm-up, introduce the theme of the day, and pray
      together.
  • 8:15 – Breakfast
  • 9:00 – Cabin Cleaning
  • 9:30 – Chapel
    • Chapel is our first worship of the day. We gather together to praise the Lord
      through songs, skits, and laughter.
  • 10:00 – Bible Encounter
    • Building upon what was already introduced at Morning Watch, and reintroduced
      at the end of Chapel, Bible Encounter is a time to gather with your group to
      discuss the Word and how it relates to our lives as Christians. Each day has a new
      theme, and verse, which the Bible Encounter is based around and includes a
      reading, hands on activities, and other elements depending on the day.
  • 11:00 – Morning Activity
    • Cabin groups go out and engage in an activity as a cabin. The activities change
      from day to day but include things such as tubing, canoeing, high ropes, low
      ropes, and archery.
  • 12:30 pm – Lunch
  • 1:00 – BOB Time
    • An opportunity for campers to rest up a bit in preparation for the rest of the day,
      BOB time is when campers return to their cabin with their counselors to play
      quiet games, talk with their fellow campers, read a book, or nap if they feel so
      inclined.
  • 1:30 – Free Time
    • Go swimming in the lake, play basketball on the court, start a game of kickball
      with other campers, or just sit back and enjoy the sun. Free Time is time for
      campers to use for their own choice of activities. Counselors, as always, are
      present to make sure they are safe and making good choices as well as making
      sure no one is left out. This is also the time where campers can go to the Canteen
      to pick up a snack and drink as well as any additional camp merchandise they
      wish to purchase.
  • 3:30 – Preparation time for Afternoon Activity
  • 3:45 – Afternoon Activity
    • Like Morning Activity, Cabin groups go out and engage in an activity as a cabin.
      The activities change from day to day but include things such as tubing, canoeing,
      high ropes, low ropes, and archery. On Wednesday this time is instead used to
      prepare their tinfoil dinners for campout night.
  • 5:30 – Dinner
  • 6:00 – All-Camp Challenge
    •  A game, challenge, or other activity for all cabin groups to partake in. Similar to
      Morning and Afternoon activity except that these are activities that multiple
      cabins can engage in at once like a bump tournament, mud run, trivia contest, or
      even activities that campers suggest.
  • 7:00 – All-Camp Activity
    • Massive games of capture the flag, prayer stations, or other activities that the
      entire camp comes together to partake in.
  • 8:00 – Snack
  • 8:30 – Campfire
    • Often, but not always, our final worship of the day, Campfire starts off with high
      spirited and energetic music, songs, and skits, and gently transitions from the silly
      to the serious finally culminating with a group prayer and dismissing of the cabins
      groups back to their cabins to prepare for bed.
  • 9:15 – Cabin Time
    • Time for campers to prepare for bed, talk about their day, and join their counselor
      in discussion about their day and what they look forward to later in the week.
  • 10:30 – Lights Out
    • Time to go to sleep. If counselors and campers want to go to sleep earlier that’s perfectly allowed.