SUMMER 2018 CAMP DATES
Reunion Camp —- 6/22/18 —- 6/24/18
Sr High I —- 6/24/18 —- 6/30/18
Jr High I —- 7/1/18 —- 7/7/18
Junior I —- 7/8/18 —- 7/14/18
Sr High II —- 7/15/18 —- 7/21/18
Jr High II —- 7/22/18 —- 7/28/18
Junior II —- 7/29/18 —- 8/4/18
This year we have decided to rename the opening weekend of the camping season to reunion camp. In years past, this first weekend of the camping season was called Family Camp. However, we didn’t want it to appear that this weekend was meant for families only. Therefore, this year we are hoping to encourage new members of the Camp Carmel family, both young and old, to join us for a fun filled weekend catching up with long lost friends, meeting new friends, and celebrating the beginning of another great year at Camp Carmel. The weekend will begin with dinner at 6:00pm Friday, June 22, and wrap up with a brunch on Sunday, June 24. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner will also be provided for Sat., June 23. There is no registration fee for this weekend although an opportunity for donations will be available. We also only ask that you email a count of how many family members will be attending Reunion weekend to email@example.com We pray that we will see you there!
JUNIOR I & II
Junior camps are for those entering grades 4, 5 and 6.
Junior weeks are packed with Bible studies which help campers develop a basic knowledge of the Gospel and also many fun-filled activities. Camper activities may include archery, volleyball, swimming, canoeing, crafts, hockey, basketball, biking, softball, hiking, soccer, and many more!!
SENIOR HIGH I & II
Senior High camps are for those entering grades 10, 11, and 12.
Campers are challenged to grow in their faith with Christ-centered Bible studies, and step out of their comfort zones as they enjoy many fun activities such as, swimming, volleyball, basketball, biking, and softball. Senior High campers will also experience a variety of advanced adventures including rock climbing and rappelling.
JUNIOR HIGH I & II
Junior High camps are for those entering grades 7, 8 and 9.
Campers are led in Bible studies that provide the fundamentals for their walk with God. Additionally they will experience team-building activities and sports, like volleyball and softball as well as swimming, biking, and hiking. They will also get a taste of White Water with a tubing trip.