Crafts are first come, first served. You will only be signed up for crafts with paid registration. Registration opens April 1st, so check back soon!
* Indicates off-site crafts that require permission signature on registration.
** New in 2019.
Archery: (4th grade & up) Instruction in bow & arrow.
3-D Archery: (7th & 8th grade) Learning to hunt with realistic targets in our woods. Prior experience in archery is required.
Archaeology: (6th grade & up) Introduction to basic field methods. We will be excavating areas at camp. Come prepared to dig in the dirt.
BB Guns (Air Riflery): Lessons in safety, equipment, and the techniques of using a BB gun.
Beadie Buddies: Crafts with beads.
* Canoeing: (5th grade & up. Limit 14 per hour)
Carpentry Craft (Formerly “Wood Craft”): (6th grade & up. Limit 8 per hour) Introduction to woodshop safety, use of small hand tools to make wooden projects.
Ceramics: Painting ceramic pieces.
Cheerleading: (Limit 15 per hour)
Cooking: (5th grade & up. Limit 15 per hour) Basics of cooking.
Advanced Cooking: (7th & 8th grade) Learn advanced cooking skills.
Drama: (4th grade & up. Limit 10 per hour) Performing drama and puppets.
Explorers: Have fun exploring the nature around our area. Old tennis shoes required – you will get them wet and muddy.
Field Sports: (2nd-5th grades) Qualified instruction on 6 different field sports. Tennis shoes required.
* Fishing: (Limit 13 per hour)
Grilling 101: (6th grade & up) Grill Master Bill will be instructing how to grill using a variety of foods.
Handcrafts: (2nd-4th grades. Limit 20 per hour)
Jewelry: (5th grade & up) Making bold fashion jewelry.
Leather Craft: Beginner & intermediate tooling, lacing, and crafts such as coin purses, key chains, and ID tags.
** MBT – Mt. Biking: (New in 2019)
Outdoor Life: Learn special tricks of the trade for camping and cooking in the woods.
Advanced Outdoor Life:(6th grade & up) Learn knot tying, making furniture out of wood, and cooking over a fire.
Ultimate Survival: (6th grade & up) Outdoor survival skills. Tennis shoes required.
Painting 101: (4th grade & up. Limit 7 per hour) Learn the basics of painting with acrylic paints.
Pinterest Party: (5th grade & up. Limit 15 per hour) Projects inspired by popular pins from an online search engine.
Riflery: (7th & 8th grades) NRA instruction using .22 rifles.
Scrap Booking: (6th grade & up)
Swimming: Basic swim Instruction. A modest one-piece suit is recommended.
Wood Carving: (6th grade & up) Carving walking sticks and more using a dremel tool, sandpaper, and stain.
The purpose of Day Camp is to give campers a Christ-centered camping experience that will enrich their lives physically, mentally, and spiritually.