All About our Summer Camps
High Peak's summer camp program allows campers to have fun and grow in God's creation while living in dorms complete with bunk beds, bathrooms, and showers. College-age Christian cabin leaders are with the campers 24 hours a day and escort them to all the fun camp activities and the dining hall for three delicious meals a day. Campers also enjoy a snack in the afternoon from the canteen and an evening snack before bedtime.
Upon arrival at camp, campers get placed in small groups according to their age. The small group model allows the group to grow in trust and faith as they eat together, work together, play together, and worship together!
Here are just a few of the fun daily activities:
- Climbing Wall
- Frisbee Golf
- Miniature Golf
- Themed Campfire
- Low Ropes Course
- Zip Line
- Camp-Wide Activities
- Outdoor Education
- Arts, Crafts, and More!
Other activities include:
Cabin Activity Time
During this time a cabin may decide to go fishing, go on a hike, do archery, play sports, do a craft, practice a skit, and etc. This is a great chance for cabin-mates to get acquainted as they have social time, choose an event and participate together in it.
Campfires are perhaps one of the most memorable parts of summer camping. During a Campfire the campers sing songs, participate in skits, watch (and frequently participate in) dramatic presentations with strong moral lessons, and listen to stories together.
Some other events that happen at Campfires include; Cabin and Individual Challenges, Theme Nights (Game Show night, Movie night, etc.), and a Devotion.
The devotion time can be interactive (questions or games), it is sometimes Christian videos, stories, and more. Devotions are themed and geared toward the ages of the campers in the cabin.
Older campers may learn how to deal with tough issues, while younger campers will probably have stories about Bible heroes and miracles.
Send Your Child to Camp!
If interested in sending your child to our residential summer camp program, please reach out to your local Salvation Army unit (Colorado, Montana, Utah, and Wyoming only).