Summer Camps

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Here are the openings for teen camp this summer:

Teen Camp 3     Guys – 3     Girls – 7


Here are the openings for junior camp this summer:

Junior Camp 3     Guys – 2     Girls – 0

Bring: Bible, pen, sleeping bag, pillow, towel, washcloth, personal items, jacket, flashlight, sneakers, clothes for evening services, dark rugged clothing, lake shoes (not flip flops), spending money for camp store (optional), and lots of enthusiasm.
Do NOT Bring: Tobacco, alcoholic beverages, drugs, electronics (except cameras), playing cards, magazines, knives, guns, fireworks, cell phones, selfishness, or a bad attitude.
Camper Dress: In order to maintain modesty and consistency, we ask that you abide by the following standards while at camp.
Girls: Skirts that cover the knee (slits may not be above the knee) and loose-fitting blouses required for evening services. Loose-fitting pants or loose-fitting, knee length shorts or culottes may be worn for other activities. There should be no writing on the back of any shorts/pants. No sleeveless or low tops. One piece swimsuit should be worn under dark clothing for water activities.
Guys: Nice pants (no jeans) and collared shirts required for evening services. Loose-fitting knee length shorts, pants, or jeans may be worn for all other activities. No sleeveless shirts. Dark clothing should be worn for water activities.
*The staff has the right to ask any camper to change clothing.
Telephone: Campers will not have access to phones except for emergencies. If you have an emergency message that needs to be delivered to your child, please call (814) 497-4100 or (717) 808-7992.
Medications: All prescription and non-prescription medication must be turned into the camp nurse at registration.
Registration: Registration is from 1:30 – 2:30 on Monday afternoon.
Teen final day: The teen weeks conclude with a Rally at 9:45 each Saturday morning. Family and friends are welcome to attend this rally. Following the rally (10:45) there is a brunch. The cost for the brunch for non campers is $3.00. The campers are free to leave immediately following the brunch.
Junior final day: The junior weeks conclude with a rally on Friday evening at 6:00. Following the rally (7:00), everyone is invited for a free snack. The campers are free to leave immediately after the snack.
Grades: Teen Camp is for campers that have completed the sixth through twelve grades. Junior Camp is for campers that have completed the second through sixth grade. A camper finishing the sixth grade may come to junior or teen camp.  We find that campers that have just finished the sixth grade, adapt better at the junior camps.
Utilities: All cabins now have flushing toilets and showers.
Buildings: At this point, we still do not have an Lodge on the property. We use a large pole tent for the dining room and the equipment shed for the meeting room.
Lost and Found: Lost items not requested within two weeks after camp will be appropriately donated or discarded.
Questions: Please email or call (717) 808-7992.

IMG_1413Join us for some great Outdoor Adventure this summer!


Outdoor Adventure Speakers

2017 dates for Teen and Junior Camps

Teen Camp 1: June 12-17, 2017    Evangelist Glenn Stevenson
Junior Camp 1: June 19-23, 2017   Evangelist Glenn Stevenson
Teen Camp 2: June 26-July 1, 2017   Evangelist Alto Beal
Junior Camp 2: July 10-15, 2017   Evangelist Dustin Duke
Teen Camp 3: July 17-22, 2017    Evangelist Dan Brubaker
Junior Camp 3: July 24-28, 2017   Evangelist Dan Brubaker

For pictures of 2016 summer camp click here

For  videos of 2016 summer camp click here

Outdoor Adventure Pictures



Teen Camp

Registration before April 1, 2017 – $200.00
Registration after April 1, 2016 – $210.00

Junior Camp

Registration before April 1, 2016 – $190.00
Registration after April 1, 2016 – $200.00

To register and pay online click here.

To download a complete brochure, click here.

You can download the registration form (this form has a white background for easy writing and reading) and send it by snail mail.