Camp Descriptions

   2021 Programs

The Lookout for ages 7-10
The Ascent for ages 8-10
Day Camp for ages 5-12
The Ridgeline for ages 10-12
The Summit for ages 12-14
The Peak for ages 13-15
The Edge Camps for ages 13-16
Leaders in Training for ages 15-17

2021 Family Camps and Family Weekends

The Lookout, ages 7-10

June 20-22 (2 nights and 3 days)
Check-in: 4pm Sunday; Departure: 4pm Tuesday

First child $215, siblings $165 (Learn about scholarships and discounts)

This action-packed half-week experience is especially designed for our youngest campers, providing excellent programming and lots of camp fun without the commitment of a full week. Two mature Christian counselors are assigned to each cabin group to help campers have a great first overnight camping experience. Shorter activity sessions allow campers to experience a wide variety of activities with their cabin groups.

View our activities page for further descriptions and camp comparisons.

Please note that camp will look a bit different in 2021. Safety procedures will be finalized in May, so we can organize the summer based on the most up-to-date recommendations. We do expect that our protocol will include minimizing exposure, which will mean that cabin groups will stick together for all activities. See our COVID information page for additional details.

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The Ascent, ages 8-10

July 11-16 (5 nights and 5 full days)
Check-in: 4pm Sunday; Departure: 4pm Friday

First child $375, siblings $325 (Learn about scholarships and discounts)

This action-packed, week-long experience is especially designed for younger campers who are ready for that full week away from home. Two mature Christian counselors are assigned to each cabin group to help campers have a great overnight camping experience. Shorter activity sessions allow campers to experience a wide variety of activities with their cabin groups.

View our activities page for further descriptions and camp comparisons.

Please note that camp will look a bit different in 2021. Safety procedures will be finalized in May, so we can organize the summer based on the most up-to-date recommendations. We do expect that our protocol will include minimizing exposure, which will mean that cabin groups will stick together for all activities. See our COVID information page for additional details.

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The Ridgeline, ages 10-12

June 27 – July 2 (5 nights and 5 full days)
Check-in: 4pm Sunday; Departure: 4pm Friday

First child $375, siblings $325 (Learn about scholarships and discounts)

The Ridgeline focus on the uniqueness of the pre-teen age group. These weeks will offer campers opportunities to explore new interests, try new skills, and enjoy a bit more independence in choosing certain activities. Campers will participate in a combination of cabin electives and individual skill groups, including Challenge Course elements and a chance to explore some of the off-site trails.

View our activities page for further descriptions and camp comparisons.

Please note that camp will look a bit different in 2021. Safety procedures will be finalized in May, so we can organize the summer based on the most up-to-date recommendations. We do expect that our protocol will include minimizing exposure, which will mean that cabin groups will stick together for all activities. See our COVID information page for additional details.

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The Summit, ages 12-14

July 4-9 (5 nights and 5 full days)
Check-in: 4pm Sunday; Departure: 4pm Friday

First child $380, siblings $330 (Learn about scholarships and discounts)

The Summit is the ultimate week of our Highland Summer Camps, specially designed for middle school campers. The days generally start and end later with many activities and skill groups offered only to our older campers, including high ropes and off-property hikes. Counselors and speakers purposefully engage campers in conversation about relevant spiritual and relational teen issues, with a focus on developing healthy relationships with others and with God their Creator.

View our activities page for further descriptions and camp comparisons.

Please note that camp will look a bit different in 2021. Safety procedures will be finalized in May, so we can organize the summer based on the most up-to-date recommendations. We do expect that our protocol will include minimizing exposure, which will mean that cabin groups will stick together for all activities. See our COVID information page for additional details.

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The Peak, ages 13-15

TBD (5 nights and 5 full days)
Check-in: 4pm Sunday; Departure: 4pm Friday

First child $390, siblings $340 (Learn about scholarships and discounts)

Check out The Peak for some new, creative twists to your Highland experience! This fun-filled, action-packed week is designed for middle/high schoolers who will enjoy sleeping in and staying up later. The daily schedule provides opportunities to help build positive relationships with God, staff, and other campers. Mornings will be spent participating in one of the interest groups listed below. Campers will choose their interest group and explore it in depth with skilled leaders and staff. Topics addressed at Fireside will be relevant for teens, and special late-night activities are planned.

The Peak: Interest Groups – 2021 offerings TBD

Campers for The Peak may sign up for ONE interest group. All options will be on-site this year, and there will probably be fewer options to choose from. Peak campers will be notified when the 2021 offerings are finalized and it is time to make a selection.

View our activities page for further descriptions and camp comparisons.

Please note that camp will look a bit different in 2021. Safety procedures will be finalized in May, so we can organize the summer based on the most up-to-date recommendations. We do expect that our protocol will include minimizing exposure, which will mean that cabin groups will stick together for all activities. For The Peak, this means that cabin assignments will be based on your interest group selection. See our COVID information page for additional details.

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The Edge Camps

1st Edge (ages 13-15) July 18-23 (5 nights and 5 full days)
Check-in: 4pm Sunday; Departure: 4pm Friday

2nd Edge (ages 14-16) July 25-30 (5 nights and 5 full days)
Check-in: 4pm Sunday; Departure: 4pm Friday

First child $375, siblings $325 (Learn about scholarships and discounts)

When you have been to the top, it is time to go to the Edge. This small group primitive camping experience is a physical, social, and spiritual highlight for those who attend. Campers will stay in our rustic, three-sided Wilderness Camp shelters and learn outdoor living skills while also enjoying the best of our Challenge Course and regular returns to civilization at the main camp for showers and pool time.

Edge Camps will enjoy a special overnight adventure in the National Forest. In the event that additional off-site adventures become available, registered campers will be notified. There may be an added fee for those off-site trips.

View our activities page for further descriptions and camp comparisons.

Please note that camp will look a bit different in 2021. Safety procedures will be finalized in May, so we can organize the summer based on the most up-to-date recommendations. We do expect that our protocol will include minimizing exposure, which will mean that cabin groups will stick together for all activities. See our COVID information page for additional details.

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Day Camp, ages 5-12

July 26-30 (5 days, one optional overnight)
Daily Drop-off: 8-9am; Daily Pick-up: 5pm

First child $190, siblings $140 (Learn about scholarships and discounts)

This day camp is designed primarily to serve our local community, but all are welcome! Expect a wide range of Highland activities that are appropriate to the various ages of the campers. All campers will participate in daily Bible studies. Lunch and an afternoon snack are provided. Day camp can be an important step in preparing children for an overnight experience, especially with the optional sleepover Thursday evening for campers ages 7-12 (for an extra $20 fee).

View our activities page for further descriptions and camp comparisons.

Bus transportation from select points is available for an additional fee. Space on the bus is limited, so be sure to request transportation when you register. Unfortunately, we are not able to offer bus transportation for Day Camp in 2021. Families will need to provide transportation for their children each day.

Please note that camp will look a bit different in 2021. Safety procedures will be finalized in May, so we can organize the summer based on the most up-to-date recommendations. We do expect that our protocol will include minimizing exposure, which will mean that cabin groups will stick together for all activities, and we will not offer the Thursday night sleepover option this year. See our COVID information page for additional details.

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