"Both of my boys love coming to camp. They enjoy being outside, running around, having campfires, and being led by men who are great examples and strong in their faith."
— Jenney D
The key to an
The most important thing we do is hire staff. When looking for staff, we hire role models who love Jesus and are excited to meet your son.
Boys are surrounded by male staff leading their Bible studies, activity classes, and running day-to-day camp.
Our staff is hired and trained to
Build up and encourage your camper
Challenge boys to try new things
Boys choose activity blocks base on their interests.
Activities like swimming, archery, riflery, canoeing, and slingshots make for one awesome summer.
Some classes offer awards for levels of accomplishment!
7:40 am Flag Raising/Breakfast
8:30 am Morning Watch
1-1 time with God
9:00 am Capers
group cabin chore
9:40 am Activity Blocks I and II
chosen by the camper
12:10 pm Lunch
1:00 pm Siesta
2:00 pm Flex Time
Games, Tuck Shop, horseback riding, and more
3:10 pm Bible Ex
4:50 pm Activity Block III
6:10 pm Flag Lowering, Dinner, & Worship
7:30 pm Evening Activity
10:00 pm Pathfinder/Trailblazer Lights Out
10:30 pm Challenger Lights Out
11:00 pm Explorer Lights Out
Tuck Shop Camp Store
The Tuck Shop camp store is open every day for campers to grab anything snacks to sweatshirts. Tuck shop money can also be used to purchase extra materials from the craft cabin or free time riding with the horses. Most campers have $20 - $40 in their tuck account.
Horsemanship Activity Class ($90)
If your camper would like to take horsemanship classes during Boys Camp or Girls Camp, select horsemanship during registration, since there are a limited number of spots available.
Special Meals ($35)
We provide delicious meals for dairy free, gluten free, vegetarian, and nut or other allergies. Select "Special Meals" during registration and mark requirements on your camper’s health form.