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High Peak Camp FAQs About Youth Retreats at High Peak Camp

When planning a youth retreat, many questions may arise. It’s important to ask all the right questions to have a successful youth retreat. One important piece of information to get the most out of your retreat is to ask if the vision and purpose of the host camp align with your vision and purpose.

When deciding on a host camp to hold your youth retreat, you will also want to make sure there are plenty of camp activities to choose from to help keep your youth energized and engaged.

High Peak Camp FAQ About Camp for Kids

Summer camp is always such a fun and exciting time for kids! 

The Salvation Army is committed to making a difference in the lives of our young people. Children and teenagers from all different backgrounds visit High Peak Camp every summer to learn about God. The children who attend High Peak have a blast, grow in independence, develop teamwork skills, make new friends, boost their self-confidence, and deepen their knowledge of God. 

As parents, we are sure you have some questions about High Peak Camp for your child. We hope this article will help you have a better understanding of High Peak Camp.

Why Choose Salvation Army Camps/High Peak Camp

The Salvation Army is dedicated to impacting the lives of young people and providing them with opportunities they might not have otherwise. One of the ways we do so is through summer camp ministry. More than fifty Salvation Army summer camps across the United States serve over 100,000 people of all different backgrounds each year. 

Summer camp allows kids to gain a new perspective as they form lifelong friendships, conquer fears, experience new activities, spend time in nature, and grow in their faith. Their counselors serve as mentors and role models and help them navigate life’s challenges. Salvation Army camps aim to serve the whole person, helping young people develop physically, socially, mentally, and spiritually.

How to Budget for Your Church Retreat

If you are responsible for planning a church retreat, whether it’s a youth retreat, women’s retreat, or senior citizens retreat, it is important to set a budget and stick with it. In every decision that you make, keeping your budget in mind will make the planning process smoother.