Kinder Camp (Ages 3 - 7)
Attend camp with your camper and spend quality time enjoying activities, such as archery, canoeing, crafts, campfires, swimming, and more. One grandparent, parent, or guardian will stay overnight along with your preschoolers and kindergartners. Then experience a full day of programmed summer fun together.
Arrive at camp on Friday between 4 pm-5 pm
Depart from camp at 3 pm on Saturday
2023 Camp Date: June 9th-10th
*Kinder Camp does not qualify for the Angel Tree
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Typical Kinder Camp Schedule
4:00-5:00 pm Camper Checkin
Campers check in and move into their cabins
5:30 pm Dinner
6:30 pm All Camp Activity
Kinder campers & adults participate in age-appropriate games. These activities can include tag, red light green light, duck, duck, goose, Simon says, and more.
7:30 pm Worship Time
We head back to the main camp to enjoy age-appropriate lessons and worship.
8:00 pm Free time & Cabin Time
During this time you can choose to talk to your camper about the lesson, try to wear them out one last time down, or head back to the cabin for your nighttime routine. We want to be respectful of the different routines they may have, so feel free to go to bed when they are ready.
8:15 am Breakfast
Usually a hot breakfast like pancakes, eggs, sausage, etc... Of course, there is always cereal, juice, and milk, too. If your camper wakes us before this time, they can enjoy some quiet activities to keep them busy until breakfast.
9:00 am Activity Time
Each term of Kinder camp looks a little different, but during this time your camper can enjoy the open activities. These activities can include rock climbing, zip lining, archery/ target sports, and the slip n slide.
12:00 pm Lunch
1:00 pm Lake Time
Kinder campers and adults get to enjoy some fun and relaxing time down at the lake. Canoeing, playing in the sand, splashing around in the water, or enjoying the rays.
3:00 pm Dismissal
Sadly, we will dismiss campers and parents here. However, you may have the option to stay around and have some free time around camp with your camper.