Why Choose Our Camp?
You’ll never hear that after a day at camp crusader. We plan each day with your child in mind. Everyday is full of engaging hands-on activities. Weekly themes ensure that your child will have a variety of fun activities to keep them happy throughout the summer.
We only not want them to be engaged, but we also do this while providing a safe, nurturing, fun environment where campers can learn to work together.
Each of our staff has a personal relationship with Jesus and you will not find a more caring, encouraging group of counsers who can’t wait to invest in the lives of your children.
Your camper will come home with a tons of memories and great stories to tell at the dinner table.
What are you waiting for? Register now and we’ll see you at the camp.
- Log on to www.campcrusader.org
- Click on the “Register Now” Button.
- Pay your registration fee online.
Don’t forget that once your application is complete and your registration fee is received, we will still need to see your child’s current immunization records, as well as their birth certificate. You can bring those into the office anytime between now and their first day of summer camp.
Group A campers should bring the following.
- Sunscreen labeled with child’s name and a permission to dispense form.
- Shoes with socks.
- Sleeping bag.
- A spare set of clothes.
- A lunch, if not purchasing one at camp.
Also, wednesday is swim-day at camp crusaders so you need to have a swimsuit, towel, clothes and wear a slip shirt so that you’ll have something to wear in the pool.
Group A & B campers should bring the following.
- A water bottle with their name on it.
- A backpack.
- Shoes with socks.
- Summer workbook purchased from camp or a book to read during R&R.
- Sunscreen with their name and a dispense form.
During pool day, wear your swimsuit underneath your camp t-shirt and pants. Also bring extra clothes to change to and a towel.
Group A & B campers should NOT bring the following.
Each day is jam-packed with activities that engage, excite, and wear out our campers. Our first thing we do is have chapel in the morning where we learn about God and sing praises to him. After Chapel, we break into smaller groups where we have rotations that are based on our weekly theme, steam challenges, crafts, and activities. After rotation, it’s lunchtime. If you’re lucky enough to be in A Group, you get to take a nap after lunch. B and C Groups have a short rest or relax time after lunch. And then it’s on to afternoon activities. Field trips are a highlight for our campers. For the youngest of campers, we bring field trip experiences to campus for them to enjoy. For B and C, they have a field trip to Pirate’s Cove pool. And then they also have another field trip for an on-campus excursion in another day of the week. I can’t wait to see you at camp!