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Registration will begin March 2024.

Summer Camp 2023
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June

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Special Needs 1

June 4-8 | $280 | All Ages | Location: Cedar Lodge Dorm
Dean: Matty Simpson

This session serves campers across a variety of needs and accommodations. A unique facet of these sessions is that we keep the camper to faculty ratio low (we strive for one faculty member assigned to each camper). Campers are given special attention and care in order to participate in the same activities all our campers get to enjoy: campfire, worship and outdoor activities. We want these campers and their families to have a beautiful camp experience unlike any other. 

Special Needs 1

Treehouse Adventure:
5th & 6th

June 11-15 | $235 | Ages: 5th & 6th | Location: Treehouse Village
Dean: Brad Milner

Our Treehouse Adventure sessions have many things in common with our regular sessions, but in a more rustic setting. Like regular camp, TA campers will have devotions, worship time and campfire as well as outdoor games. Unlike a regular session, TA campers will stay in our Treehouse Village, sleeping in cabins up in the trees! TA campers learn outdoor skills, such as how to hang a hammock and cook over the fire. They are in charge of preparing meals and cleaning their dishes. Finally, expect some special outdoor activities that you won't get in a "regular" session, such as hiking or even an off-site trip!   

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Middle School:
6th, 7th + 8th

June 11-16 | $245 | Ages: 6th-8th | Location: Cedar Lodge Dorm
Dean: Tim Monks

This is a regular session of camp. Campers will stay in the dorms, have lessons and worship, learn about international missions, attend campfires, eat snacks, stay in a bunk bed - you know, all those good camp things. Each regular session is unique to the Dean and faculty leading it, so you will never experience the exact same thing twice!

Special activities might include any of the following: archery, zip lining, hiking, swimming, canoeing or paddle boating on the lake, field games and more!  

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Special Needs 2

June 18-22 | $280 | All Ages | Location: Cedar Lodge Dorm
Dean: Gary Wayne Knight

This session serves campers across a variety of needs and accommodations. A unique facet of these sessions is that we keep the camper to faculty ratio low (we strive for one faculty member assigned to each camper). Campers are given special attention and care in order to participate in the same activities all our campers get to enjoy: campfire, worship and outdoor activities. We want these campers and their families to have a beautiful camp experience unlike any other. 

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Parent & Me

June 23-25 | $35 | Ages: 1st-5th | Location: Cedar Lodge Dorm

Dean: Doug Hartley

Parents: now you can attend camp with your child! This session is distinctive - families attend together, do lessons and games together and stay in the dorms together! This session is meant to equip parents and children with a foundation built on Christ. It's a wonderful bonding experience for the family. 

Note: Camp Northward acknowledges that every nuclear family looks a little different. Grandparents, guardians etc. are welcome to sign up as a "parent" for this session.

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Treehouse Adventure:
Jr. High (7th + 8th)

June 25-29 | $235 | Ages: 7th-8th  | Location: Treehouse Village

Dean: Mike Hall

Our Treehouse Adventure sessions have many things in common with our regular sessions, but in a more rustic setting. Like regular camp, TA campers will have devotions, worship time and campfire as well as outdoor games. Unlike a regular session, TA campers will stay in our Treehouse Village, sleeping in cabins up in the trees! TA campers learn outdoor skills, such as how to hang a hammock and cook over the fire. They are in charge of preparing meals and cleaning their dishes. Finally, expect some special outdoor activities that you won't get in a "regular" session, such as hiking or even an off-site trip!   

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Senior High

June 25-30 | $255 | Ages: High School | Location: Cedar Lodge Dorm
Dean: Evan Meyer

This is a regular session of camp. Campers will stay in the dorms, have lessons and worship, learn about international missions, attend campfires, eat snacks, stay in a bunk bed - you know, all those good camp things. Each regular session is unique to the Dean and faculty leading it, so you will never experience the exact same thing twice!

Special activities might include any of the following: archery, zip lining, hiking, swimming, canoeing or paddle boating on the lake, field games and more!  

Senior High

July

First Timers

July 9-11 | $85 | Ages: 2nd & 3rd | Location: Cedar Lodge Dorm

Dean: David Schneller

This is the first "regular" session of camp a camper can experience. It is named "First Timers" because it is the first time most campers will stay overnight!  

Campers will stay in the dorms, have lessons and worship, learn about international missions, attend campfires, eat snacks, stay in a bunk bed - you know, all those good camp things. Each regular session is unique to the Dean and faculty leading it, so you will never experience the exact same thing twice!

Special activities might include any of the following: nine square, gaga ball, walking, swimming, canoeing or paddle boating on the lake, field games and more!  

First Timers
Day Camp

Day Camp

July 12 | $40 | Ages: 1st Grade | Location: Pavilion/Cedar Lodge

Dean: David Schneller

The wildest day of the summer! 

Day Camp is a one-day event designed for our littlest campers to have BIG fun in their very first camp experience.

Activities vary. Some typical things you can expect are outdoor/water play, songs, a craft, lessons, nap time in the dorms, snacks and more!

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4th, 5th + 6th Grade

July 16-21 | $245 | Ages: 4th-6th Grade | Location: Cedar Lodge Dorm

Dean: Jimmy Ranshaw

This is a regular session of camp. Campers will stay in the dorms, have lessons and worship, learn about international missions, attend campfires, eat snacks, stay in a bunk bed - you know, all those good camp things. Each regular session is unique to the Dean and faculty leading it, so you will never experience the exact same thing twice!

Special activities might include any of the following: archery, zip lining, hiking, swimming, canoeing or paddle boating on the lake, field games and more!  

Senior High
Treehouse Adventure

July 16-21 | $290 | Ages: 9th - 12th Grade  | Location: Treehouse Village

Dean: Brad Milner

Our Treehouse Adventure sessions have many things in common with our regular sessions, but in a more rustic setting. Like regular camp, TA campers will have devotions, worship time and campfire as well as outdoor games. Unlike a regular session, TA campers will stay in our Treehouse Village, sleeping in cabins up in the trees! TA campers learn outdoor skills, such as how to hang a hammock and cook over the fire. They are in charge of preparing meals and cleaning their dishes. Finally, expect some special outdoor activities that you won't get in a "regular" session, such as hiking or even an off-site trip!   

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Be Creative (BeCre)

July 23-28 | $245 | Ages: 7th-12th Grade | Location: Cedar Lodge Dorm

Dean: Shawn Young

A session for the artistic at heart. Be Creative is designed for campers who would rather "doodle than dribble". Campers will still do outdoor activities such as zip line, archery, etc., but there will also be handfuls of creative activities meant to stretch campers in innovative ways.

BeCre-specific activities are unpredictable - much of this session is a surprise! - but here are some things a camper might encounter: sewing/costume design, podcast crafting, morning announcements, improv games, food and meal challenges, sculpture, photography, a worship experience with a focus on campers participating with instruments and more.

Do you know someone who likes to think outside the box? This is the session for them.

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