Summer Camp 2018

The 2018 calendar is set! Below is the full schedule. More information will be posted in early November with registration beginning in January. Be sure to save the dates!

6/9/2018Friends and Neighbors Day
Family/ 30/50 Mile Bike Ride
Orienteering Race
June 17-23Camp in a Van week (Staff out at six area churches for programming)
June 24-30Specialty Conference Week
Some of the conference/focus activities will include: Fishing, Photography, Watercolor, Lifeguard Training, Hunter Education, Mountain Biking, Nature Focus, Orienteering, Survivor, Woodworking, Service Camp. More information coming soon!
Grands 1 (July 24-27)
July 8-14Environmental Focus
First Timer (July 8-11)
Elementary / Discovery 1 (Eco Camp)
Jr. High Adventure (Eco Camp)
Jr. High Sailing
Senior High 1 (Service week)
Sr. High Sailing
Grands 2 (July 8-11)
July 15-21Water Week
Elementary/Discovery 2
Jr. High Adventure 2
Beach Camp
Sr. High S.A.L.T. (July 16-July 25)
Grands 3 (July 16-19)
July 22-28Classic Week
Elementary/Discovery 3
Jr. High Adventure 3
Sr. High 3
Clearwater Forest Day Camp
Grands 4
July 29-Aug 4Endless
Elementary/Discovery 4
Jr. High Adventure 4
Sr. High Endless
Aug 5-11Creative Family Arts Family Camp
Jr. High Adventure BWCA Trip
Aug 16-19Chrysalis

At Clearwater Forest, each session of camp for children, youth, adults and families is rich in a variety of activities, fresh air and engaging worship. The summer staff (youth development specialists) complete rigorous training in areas of spiritual development, small group facilitation, recreational opportunities at the camp, as well as the many safety procedures necessary to conduct as safe a program as possible. The loving, enthusiastic and dedicated staff provide safety nets for campers to take healthy risks through fun, challenging and adventurous activities. From learning to paddle a sea kayak to cooking over a fire to snorkeling to completing the High Ropes Course, we provide challenges which will help any camper stretch and grow in a safe Christian community. Leadership experiences abound for all ages of campers – they will be able to choose daily activities, participate in planning and leading worship, and opportunities to lead their cabin or quest groups through a variety of activities.

Come connect with others and God through Christ as we explore our theme, Branching Out, Connecting Through Christ.
• share meals in covenant with one another
• learn that your actions can be transformative to others
• learn that in the choices that you make, your brokenness strengthens you and binds you to one another in God’s love
• accept God’s forgiveness and grace
• continue the experience of camp in your everyday life

 

SUMMER PACKING LIST AND GENERAL INFORMATION

Discovery & First Timers

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Camps for Grades 3-6

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Junior High Camps

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Camps for Grades 7-9

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High School Camps

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Camps for Grades 9-12

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Intergeneration Camps

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First Timers, Grands, and Family Camps

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