Life at Camp
Your child will have a devotional time during the day plus an evening campfire that will focus on predetermined topics as laid out in the Pioneer Camp general program. These are times of introduction to Christian values and beliefs presented through small and large group discussions, skits, songs and Bible study.
What to Bring
- electronic games, players, entertainment and communication devices (cell phones)
- jack knives, hunting knives, matches or lighters
- nuts and/or peanut products
- inappropriate reading materials
- alcoholic beverages, narcotics or tobacco products
Arrival and Departure Days
Communication during Camp
With that in mind, we encourage parents and family not to visit during the week. If a child is homesick, a visit by family is usually not helpful. As well, other campers who are feeling homesick and are aware of the visit may request similar privileges and in most cases, this is not possible. We encourage family to spend as much time on arrival as they feel necessary.
Our Caring Staff
Health and Safety
Details regarding medical/behavioral concerns are to be communicated in writing. Please call to discuss any concerns/special needs by phone.