Highland Lakes Camp and Conference Center

Preteen Camp

Preteen Camp is an exciting four day program designed for students who have completed 3rd - 6th grade. Campers will experience interactive Bible studies, high-energy worship celebrations, small group discussions, and plenty of wild and fun outdoor activities — all to ensure an unforgettable camp experience leading preteens toward knowing Christ and growing in relationship with Him.

Our focus is for campers to hear God’s Word, know God’s Word, and do God’s Word by learning to apply it to their lives. We create spaces for this to happen through:

  • Dynamic Worship Services where students and adults will gather to engage in music, scripture reading, creative drama, and challenging messages from the Bible.
  • Focused Bible Study and Church Family Group Time where campers will have the chance to dig deeper into the truths they are learning and discuss them with their peers and leaders.
  • Exciting Fun and Fellowship as campers engage in the wide variety of recreational activities, facing challenges together and experiencing the joy and adventure of life with Christ!

See for Yourself

If a picture is worth a thousand words...than a video is even better! Watch this recap from last summer to get a glimpse of what a week at Preteen Camp is really like, and then check out the information below on this year's sessions.

2019 Sessions

Session 1 : June 23 - 26

 

Session 2 : June 27 - 30

 

Session 3 : July 29 - August 1

 

Session 4 : August 4 -7

 

Registration

Mark your calendars! Church Group Registration opens October 1st, and Individual Camper Registration opens January 1st. Session Speakers and Worship Leaders are coming soon.

What to Expect

Every day campers will have a blast engaging in activities such as: Archer’s Quest, Banana Boats, BMX, BB Guns, Wet & Wild Recreation, Arts & Crafts, Swimming, and much more! Your group will travel to each activity together, allowing for a closer community to create memories and friendships in.

Registration fees include all meals, lodging, limited secondary-care insurance policy, Bible study and craft materials, recreational activities, medical staff, and certified facilitators.

Churches must send one adult counselor for every eight female and every eight male campers. Counselors must be at least 19 years of age, are required to be housed with their campers, and are expected to assist in the camp activities. The adult counselor is an encourager, disciplinarian, bunk house supervisor, and family group discussion leader.

Have questions? Check out the resources below for need-to-know information, or head over to our contact page so we can get in touch with you!

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