ALL churches at camp are required to show proof of background screenings for their adult chaperones 18 years of age and older. The church contact may use the following form to list names of those adults and have a church representative sign to show that these adults have been screened through their church. If your church does not currently have record of background checks for your adults on file, there are resources listed on the form to guide you.
2023 Summer Camps and Dates!
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So, what kind of camps are there?
Kids Camp is for children who have completed 2nd grade through completion of 6th grade. A typical day at camp would include pool time, a selection of outdoor Tall Timbers recreation, morning Bible study grouped with similar ages, and evening worship. Afternoon recreation is grouped by age group (older boys, younger boys, older girls, and younger girls) and you may try different activities each day or return to your favorites!
Children’s Missions Camp is a mission-focused camp for 1st-6th graders. It is open to all boys and girls, not just those from churches with Royal Ambassador or Girls in Action programs. The camp features a missionary or missionary family that campers get to meet personally and learn about their work with other cultures. The camp schedule also divide campers into groups, but they are in rotations most of the day. Each group rotates to a craft time, missionary time, and go together to specific recreation activities as a full group. Mini MAC is our newest camp. It is a second, shorter Missions Camp option over the weekend.
Breakaway Youth Camps are our full-week youth camps. They are for 7th-12 graders, and 6th graders are welcome if your church youth ministry includes 6th grade. Youth are in Bible study according to grade. Sports tournaments and breakout activity choices are available during the day. Evenings include worship, a Gospel-centered youth evangelist, church group meeting times, and a late night game. Our Youth Camps have been described as similar to the large Centrifuge camps. They are the same impact and worship-driven camps, but available here in Louisiana! There is also a shorter weekend option for this camp.
Champion’s Camp is our camp for special needs children AND adults ages 8 and above! Each camper is assigned a buddy for camp, who may be a family member or friend from home, or someone provided by the camp program director. The schedule is a little more laid back to give plenty of time for transitions and breaks. Worship time, rec activities, and evening fun made this a special camp for those who do not always have the chance to attend summer camp.