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Campers

"Given the heavy toll the pandemic has taken on kids…There has never been a more crucial time to give kids an overnight summer camp experience.  Camp can provide kids with a sense of calm, stability, and normalcy during these uncertain times. It engages kids and gives them a sense of belonging. From early morning line-up, all the way to evening activities, campers are interacting with their camp family in a structured and supportive environment.  Camp provides opportunities like working in groups, taking on leadership roles, and developing problem-solving skills.

 

Most importantly, camp allows kids to unplug from screen time and social media and replaces online communication with authentic face-to-face interactions. Camp days are filled with exciting activities, special events, and camp traditions, allowing kids to develop the confidence, resilience, empathy, and life skills that will help them successfully navigate through the summer and all year long." -Camp Iroquois Springs

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theme for 2024:
verse:

How many are your works, Holy Creator!
 
In wisdom you have made them all; the earth is full of your creatures.
                                psalm 104:24
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Register for Camp

Solo Campers ages 6-17

CIT's register after confirmation of acceptance

Legal Guardian must attend with Campers under age 6

Scholarships available- see form below

Solo Camper Rate:      $350.00 

CIT Deposit:                      $150.00

1 LG & Under 6:               $400.00

Extra Adult:                       $200.00

$350

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Camp Activities

NEW SUMMER 2024- Slip N Slide, Flying Squirrel,

MORE Choose-Your-Own-Adventures!

Swimming

AQUA Slide*

Canoeing

Archery & Ropes Course ("Coyote" Campers only)

Sports- Basketball, Pickleball, Volleyball

Hiking & Nature Walks

STEAM Activities

*Swim test required

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Spiritual Formation

Campers engage in a variety of faith activities at camp led by excellent ABCMC clergy, musicians, and teachers. Each day starts with devotions in the beautiful Schulz Chapel overlooking the lake and ends with campfire worship. Each day is rooted in Scripture and offers the opportunity for critical-thinking, personal reflection, and community conversation.

At camp, we take seriously our Christian commitment to be inclusive and loving neighbors to each other, to our hosts, and to creation.

Cabins

Cabins are camp families! Cabin mates share their living space and attend activities together throughout the week. Each cabin includes 2 counselors and up to 8 campers, assigned by age and gender. Cabins have electricity but are not air-conditioned. Separate bathhouses, including single-stall toilets & showers, are a short walking distance.

 

Returning this year: 'All Gender Cabin(s)' for campers that opt-in. See the handout for details. Traditional same-gender cabin options are still available for all campers. 

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Required Forms

Request a Scholarship

No campers will be turned away for financial reasons. 

Thanks for submitting! Expect a response within 24 hours.

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