Adventure Camp

Week8Trees109 516x800IMG 6829PEAK ADVENTURE CAMP: 8th and 9th grade campers come to our ultra experience. Three days of unique adventure experience, coupled with in-depth Biblical challenges, and an atmostphere of worship. Past activities have included laser tag, river tubing, escape room, fencing demonstration, and archery tag. This three-day resident camp includes all meals and lodging in Five Pines' retreat facililty.

Cost: $160 includes lodging and 7 meals

Hours: 8:30 am Tuesday to 4:00 pm Thursday



Adventure camps give kids a unique and rewarding adventure experience designed to help them grow deeper in their relationship with the Lord. Campers are challenged by adventure activities, discover lasting friendships, and encounter God through inspiring praise, worship, and dynamic discipleship development.

ADVENTURE CAMP: 5th and 6th grade campers come to experience, for the first time, our adventure activities. They develop skills by learning basic climbing techniques, fundamentals of canoeing, introduction to compound bows, and enhanced swimming techniques. Adventure camp is a balanced program with an emphasis on the spiritual theme in most activities, including interactive Bible lessons, drama, campfire with praise and worship time, small group discussions, and one-on-one counselor-camper time.

Cost: $165 includes a Thursday overnight and 3 meals

Hours: 8:30 am to 4:00 pm.

HIGH ADVENTURE CAMP: 7th and 8th grade campers experience adventure camp at the next level through the higher intensity of challenges and activities of High Adventure Camp. Two nights of rustic camping, special gender-specific campfires, small group time, real friendships, meaningful worship, and interactive Bible lessons within a youth group atmosphere all challenge our oldest campers to know God.

Cost: $190.00 includes 2 overnights and 6 meals

Hours: 8:30 am - 4:00 pm.

Adventure and High Adventure Camp themes rotate through a four year cycle:

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"Army of the One" military theme derives from putting on the armor of God in Ephesians 6:10-18.  Camp is transformed into an army base and the illustration of the roman soldier is updated to the modern soldier.  In Bible, campers learn about our enemy, how to gear up for battle, rely on our training, and be a good soldier.

2016, 2020, 2024

"Run the Race" is an olympic theme based on Hebrews 12:1-2a. Paul's metaphor of a runner in a race symoblizing the Christian life is used. During Bible campers learn the discipline of training and endurance, identifying obstacles in our way, the importance of running with others (fellowship of believers), and finishing strong - living a life for God. They are challenged to fight the good fight, finish the race, and keep the faith. 

2017, 2021, 2025

"Chart Your Course" is based on Psalm 119:33-37 and the Ten Commandments.  Lessons focus on navigating through each of the commandments and how Jesus come not to abolish them, but to fulfull them. We study the Ten Commandments because in today's culture we need to be reminded of the timeless truth from God's heart. While we teach the importance of the sabbath day, we do not single out a specific day of the week.

2018, 2022, 2026

"Soaring High" is based on Isaiah 40:28-31, encouraging campers to soar on wings like eagles. Campers learn to understand a Christian worldview, as we teach them how to defend their faith through Creation. We explore aspects of God's character through His omnipotence, omniscience, and omnipresence.



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