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Fireside worship – Worship songs and a biblical message, either in the Tabernacle or at a fire circle.
Cabin devotions – Bible study and intentional conversation with counselors and cabin-mates.
Cookout meals – Cabin groups work together to prepare and cook meals over a fire.
Theme Dinner – A special meal with an interesting twist. May include costumes and silliness!
Everybody’s Birthday – A special dessert to celebrate all the birthdays occurring that week – even if there aren’t any!
Swimming – Time in the pool, usually every day (weather permitting). May include a night swim with underwater lights.
Evening Recreation hour – All campers gather in the playing field to play a variety of active games.
Capture the Flag – Practice running, sneaking, hiding, and strategizing with your team.
Night Activities – Stay up late while enjoying a coffee house or fun games like Capture the Flag and Mission Impossible.
Hiking – Explore the natural world on a hike around Highland or up a nearby mountain. Length and difficulty of the hikes vary by age group.
Nature Study – Examine natural artifacts or explore and discover the outdoor wonders of God’s creation.
Ground Initiatives – Campers tackle team challenges with their feet on the ground.
Mountain Swing – Unfortunately, due to aging equipment, the mountain swing is not currently available. Plans for a replacement are in progress.
Flying Squirrel – Strap on a harness, and let your fellow campers help pull you up to “fly” in the air.
Low Ropes – These team challenges bring you short distances off the ground as you balance, swing on ropes, and rely on your teammates and counselors to support you.
Zipline/Super Swing – Rely on ropes, harnesses, and our trained staff as you climb high and experience the thrill of flying through the air.
Talent Night – Music, skits, and silliness, performed by staff members and cabin groups.