Adventure Camp is a 5 day, 4 night energy experience! It is a full week of activity - although we do pace and provide breaks as needed.
*Day Camp options are available, but the family is responsible for transportation of their child back and forth each day. Family members are not permitted to stay on the grounds. (For special circumstances - children with special needs - please contact the camp to discuss).
July 18th - Start/arrival time is 1:00 p.m. Arrive on the grounds, check in with our registration, and you are able to see the cabin your child will be staying in and meet their leader. Campers will join their cabins and play games until all campers are check in and our Opening Service starts. We ask that all parents/guardians leave the grounds by this time.
7:30 Wake Up
9:00 Morning Service - music/dancing, dramas, message
10:45 Skills (campers have a choice of activity including soccer, dance, drama, archery, etc. Skill choices are dependent on staff teaching strengths).
1:00 Various Activity Rotations (this includes a canteen time, the pool, various games)
7:00 Evening Service - music/dancing, dramas, message
8:30 Evening Snack
9:00 Evening Wide Game (midway through the week this is a campfire and an earlier bed time)
10:30 Lights Out (at the latest) - Cabin Leaders will typically read out loud to the campers starting just prior to lights out to settle them, and will continue a little past lights out. This provides a comforting atmosphere. Night lights remain on all night and a cabin leader and LIT (leader in training) stay in the dorm all night.
Campers are fully supervised at all times. We follow a TGC Specific Abuse Prevention policy for all staff and volunteers.
Last Day: July 15th - 3:00 End Time
have a Closing Service at 2:00 which includes worship, dramas, a
slideshow of the week, and a short concluding message for families. We
celebrate any cabin awards and by 3:00 campers are ready to go home.
Families must check in with cabin leaders before children are released.
*Last year we had some families interested in baptism. We do support a local church baptism, but also understand camp is a special place for many people. If you are interested in this option, a baptismal service is available following our closing program, and is not limited to campers.