For Kids Entering
Pine Creek Camp
Plan an awesome week at summer camp
Choose a camp event
Register online from that event page
WATCH YOUR CHILD GROW
A Safe Experience
Camper safety is a core priority. Each staff member and volunteer is thoroughly vetted and trained, and activities are closely monitored. We intentionally develop an emotionally and spiritually-safe environment where kids are valued and heard.
A Typical Day At Camp
More Fun Activities
Devotions and Lights Out
Kids Camp FAQ
Can I visit camp?
To protect your children and minimize homesickness, we have a tight policy on visitors. Parents or guardians are discouraged from visiting, calling, or texting a camper during their week of camp. We understand how hard this can be. However, personal contact with parents can interfere with community-building time and often triggers more homesickness. If there is a problem with your child, we will always contact you. We encourage you to send your camper a letter while they are at camp!
What if I have a kid with special dietary/medical needs?
Please feel free to contact us before signing up if you have concerns about the level of care your camper may need while at camp.
We offer a standard menu and do not offer celiac or vegetarian menus at this time. If your camper has doctor-directed dietary meal concerns, please contact the Camp Manager at your camp location to make arrangements for sending food to supplement our menu. Any meals sent to the camp for your camper will require a doctor’s note explaining the needs and allergy. We do not prepare raw foods from home—only ready-to-warm meals.
Does it cost extra to do activities?
No, it does not cost extra. All activities are included in the cost of summer camp.
What ages can attend elementary camp?
Kids entering Kindergarten – 6th grade the following fall can attend elementary camp.
Which locations have elementary camps?
There are camp options for elementary kids at Camp Lakewood, Pine Creek Camp, and Camp Rivervale.
What does my kid need to bring to camp?
Each camper will get an email with a packing list for their particular camp. You’ll want to make sure they pack a sleeping bag/bedding, pillow, modest & weather-appropriate clothing, water bottle, clothes for being outside at night (i.e., jeans and long-sleeve shirt), rain gear, tennis shoes, flip flops for showers, toiletries, towels (shower and beach), one-piece swimsuit, sunscreen, bug repellant, flashlight, Bible, pen & paper, money for merchandise, etc.