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  • 1 The CC Mission
    CC provides opportunities for children, youth and families to encounter Jesus Christ and an outdoor environment – building up the whole person.
  • 2 The CC Main Goal
    Each person will know Jesus Christ better through what they see in the staff, hear in the conversations and experience in the staff facilitated group activities.
  • 3 The CC Experience
    CC’s summer residential camps for girls and boys includes 60 acres of engaging activities; a community building that forms lasting friendships; and trained college age counselors who lead, guide and connect with campers relationally & spiritually.
  • 4 The Family Campground
    Thirty-eight campsites nestled in oaks and pines available for family camping on a limited basis. Some with water and sewer. Lakeside sites available. All with electric. Nearby trails. Fishing. Swimming. Boat ramp available. Reservations required
  • 5 The CC Values
    Staff use imagery and experience alongside the Bible to help campers focus on Jesus Christ and living out their faith.
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Trails Grd 6-8
(entering grades 6-8 in the fall)

Join the excitement of zipping, splashing, shooting and paddling! You think you had fun before? This camp will blow you away! It combines powerful devotional experiences, challenging messages and exciting activities to help you know God in a real way. Go home ready to engage with your world, make tough decisions, and manage the pressures of life.

Possible Activities: Zip Line, gaga-ball, ropes course, tubing, archery, swimming, just hanging out with friends and daily challenges.

Add-On Options

Mountain Bike (July 8-13 ONLY) - 1-2 hours a day of hard riding and riding skills (depending on level of riding). Might even be riding from activity to activity. Camper provides own mountain bike and helmet. Bike should be tuned up before arrival and ready to be inspected at check-in. 

Horses (Jun 17-22 & Jul 8-13) - Includes 2 days of amazing 1-hour horse trail rides at the nearby Double R Ranch. Additional program cost $80.

Water (Jul 8-13, Jul 15-20 & Jul 29-Aug 3 ONLY)- 1-2 hours per day getting behind the speedboat, kayaking or sailing (weather permitting). Additional program cost $100.

Swim Lessons - 30 minutes per day - work on various non-competitive strokes for basic swimming.

Jun 10-15, 2018 Trails $270
Jun 17-22, 2018 Trails $370
Jul 8-13, 2018 Trails $370
Jun 15-20, 2018 Trails $370
Jul 29-Aug 3, 2018 Trails $370
 Online Registration  Registration & Packing Information

Connect two weeks of camp together. These are casual weekends. Staff help campers do laundry and prepare for the next week while enjoying a few activities.

Jun 15-17, 2018 *Connect $148 (Connect Jun 10-15 with Jun 17-22)
Jul 13-15, 2018 *Connect $148 (Connect Jul 8-13 with Jul 15-20)
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Survivor 
(entering grades 6-8 in the fall)

Enjoy 6 days of overnight camp full of challenge. While campers will be guaranteed their meals and the opportunity for a good night's sleep under the outdoor shelters they have created, they may have to discover where that meal is coming from and build that shelter using logs, branches, tarps, etc. Imagine finding your next meal in a canoe in the middle of the lake or having to complete a team challenge experience to reach your snack. What if your next clue (and the equipment to complete it) was just dumped off on the side of a camp road for you to find? Be prepared for the unexpected. Trained college-age Christian counselors are there to guide when needed and establish safety guidelines. And do not worry - no one is voted off the island. Limited space available.

Jul 17-22, 2018 SURVIVOR $370
Jul 8-13, 2018 SURVIVOR $370
Online Registration
Registration & Packing Information

 


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