Typical Camp Day
A typical camp day is fun, dynamic and exhausting! Campers are up by 7:30am and are in bed usually around 9pm for younger campers and 11pm for older teen campers. The campers will be immersed in a structured environment that is unique to a camp setting away from home and technology. The following are some general categories that cover a typical day.
Meals and Refreshments:
We serve breakfast, lunch and supper and the Tuck Shop opens in the afternoon for snacks. Drinking water is available 24 hours/day. We will do our best to accommodate most dietary issues, just let us know of the needs ahead of time.
Games and Activities:
The program director will have a great week planned. There will be wide games, activities, sports, crafts, swimming, canoeing, tubing, water-sliding, zip-lining, and much much more. We will do our best to keep campers engaged in the scheduled activity at all times.
We will have chapel twice a day. At chapel we sing, pray, look at the Bible through reading and games and we hear from a speaker. Our speakers are gifted communicators and must have a good reputation within the Christian community. Their primary focus is always be to share the Good News of Jesus Christ!
We try to have at least two campfires per week although it is weather depending. Campfires are often the highlight of a child's week as there are plenty of opportunities to sing and share.