2019 Camp Sessions

3-4 Grade July 21-26
3-6 Grade June 30-July 5
3-6 Grade Aug 4-9
5-8 Grade July 7-12
5-8 Grade July 14-19
5-9 Grade July 28-Aug 2
9-12 Grade July 21-26

*Please note: Grade is based on grade entering next fall. Youth campers will be grouped in cabins according to grades (grades 3-4 together, 5-6 together, etc.). Please plan your Cabin Mate requests accordingly.

Cost - Pricing by Registration Date!

Received online by 11pm by:
March 21: $315
March 22-April 18: $330
April 19- May 16: $340
May 17 or after: $350

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Campers age 18 and above must register themselves by creating an account with their own unique email address. Contact office with questions.

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Youth Camp

For over 60 years Camp Perkins has provided an opportunity for youth to spend a week OUTSIDE absorbing the glory of Christ's creation and growing closer to him through the study of His Word.

That tradition continues even to this day AND every year we strive to have new opportunities to challenge, strengthen, and develop each camper in a wholistic and authentic way. 

Camps offer recreation and opportunities to nurture confidence in independence, while in a safe environment filled with opportunities for friendship and Christian community. Camp Perkins offers more than swimming and basketball and hiking, it offers the Truth of Christ to all youth who experience Camp Perkins.

The weekly sessions begin on Sunday afternoon. Campers are dropped off and checked in before meeting their counselors and cabin mates. Campers are divided into cabin groups of six to ten.

Daily Activities Assigned counselors, responsible for campers on a 24hr/day basis, lead their cabin group through the program week.

Cabin Group Time: Each day of the week is divided into three parts:

  • Counselors lead their cabin group in activities that lend themselves to relationship building. Bible studies, team challenge course, cookouts and sleep-outs are all part of this process.
  • Optional OnSite Activities
    Campers have the opportunity to learn new recreational skills by choosing to participate in a number of the activities each day. Depending on the age group, these include, but are not limited to, canoeing, kayaking, rock climbing on our climbing tower, swimming, day hikes, playing in the mud pit or clay pit, arts and crafts, archery, monster soccer, Ultimate Frisbee, and many more classic and new camp games!

  • Optional Add On Experiences
    Campers have the opportunity to register in advance for a 90-minute trail ride on horseback OR a one day raft trip down the Salmon River!

  • All Camp Activities
    The entire camp gathers together each day for recreational and educational opportunities: daily devotions and Bible studies, campfires, and evening games and programs such as talent shows.

Jumping into the Word

  • Morning Bible Study
    Active learning. Getting into the Word, and getting the Word into you. Learning takes place as God's truth intersects daily life. Youth are led into discovering and knowing God through His Word in the context of real life. Skits, dramas, and activities are a part of that learning process.
  • Nightly Devotions
    Devotions bring the day to a close with a brief look at the Word within the cabin group.

Friday Closing

Wrapping up each week, Friday brings a closing service and noontime meal. Parents are invited and strongly encouraged to attend both events. Campers share how the Lord's ministry at Camp Perkins has changed them.

We hope that we will will see you or your youth at Camp Perkins this summer. May the Lord Bless your day with peace and joy!

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