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Slumber Falls Camp Summer Programs

Slumber Falls Camp offers a variety of camps that provide age appropriate activities and curriculum for campers in a safe, loving, and nurturing environment.  One of the strengths of Slumber Falls is the dedicated staff and volunteers who encourage children and youth to explore the beauty and vastness of God’s creation.  Campers engage in dynamic daily lessons, fun yet deeply intentional family groups, spiritual activities and worship experiences, and many skill building opportunities designed to foster competency and resilience.  Slumber Falls Camp has come to symbolize a variety of images for past campers from a sacred environment to a place of healing and restoration to a fun and deeply enriching camp filled with incredible relationships.

Finding the right camp can be tough.  Descriptions of the camps are below.  Also, our policy allows for campers a grade above or below the targeted group to register.  This allows for more flexibility for siblings and friends to stay together if they desire.  For exceptions beyond this policy, please contact the camp office.

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CIT Camp– June 18-21

CIT Camp equips passionate young people (completed 9th-11th grades) who desire to serve as resources to our younger camps while gaining skills, competencies, and experience that will allow them to excel as future counselors and leaders.  This camp focuses on youth development, camper safety, effective discussion leading, understanding child development, organizing games, activities, best camp practices, and worship experiences to name a few areas of focus.  Any young person is required to go through this training before they are allowed to CIT at a camp. Once a youth has completed this camp, they can continue coming back as a CIT without repeating this camp in future years as long as they continue to excel as a CIT.  CITs that attend this camp have priority the same summer.

Springs Alive– June 18-21

This camp for kids who have completed the first and second grades. This camp helps children acclimate to the camp environment through lots of activities and hands on involvement from the staff.  While this camp only spans four days, children learn Bible stories, engage in fun group activities, swim, create arts and crafts, go on hikes, and explore God through creation.  Campers experience a high staff to camper ratio which is around 1:3 so that they get great supervision, high staff interaction, and diverse skill sets.

Sports Camp– June 25- July 1

Sports Camp offers a more active youth camp experience to connect to others and form a community through games and sporting activities.  Sports Camp incorporates leadership development skills while using sports as the vehicle for the application of these skills. Campers experience a variety of sports throughout the week.

Roaring Rapids– June 25- July 1

This camp consists of the oldest group of youth at camp, youth that have completed 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th grades.  Like Living Waters, the camp is more intense and speaks to the current context of the participants.  Counselors are older, more mature, and serve as spiritual guides and mentors.  The relationship with these campers seeks to help them mature into active, aware, and passionate members of the church.  Counselors help them uncover their personal gifts and how they can use them to transform lives and communities.  Campers are encouraged to wrestle with various theological stances and to develop skills to articulate their beliefs yet be humble to continue to grow and develop.

Living Waters– July 9-15

This camp targets youth who have completed 6th through 8th grades and serves as a transitory type of camp experience from children to youth camping. While retaining many of the activities from prior camp experiences, starts to introduce more complex discussions relevant to young teenagers and  engages in deeper spiritual focus, service components, and family group discussions.  Leadership opportunities are worked into this program as well as a variety of activities that are designed to build skill sets and competencies.  In addition to the theme of the summer, youth at this camp explore topics on building meaningful friendships, addressing bullying, exploring their spirituality, service, justice, fairness, and other relevant topics.  This is a pivotal camp for shaping youth and their faith. Skilled counselors are sought out to better respond to the questions, issues, and needs of this age group.  The bonding that occurs at this camp is often carried into the older camp and young adult retreat experiences.

Streams of Faith – July 16-22

This camp is for children who have completed grades 3-5. This week long camps help campers develop meaningful relationships through family groups, games and activities, swimming, arts and crafts, and worships.  Campers are encourages to explore the daily lessons and week long themes in age appropriate ways.  Campers have the option of participating in talent shows, carnivals, vesper services (nightly worship), and small groups.  These camps offer a variety of approaches to keep campers engaged and activities varied.