*NEW* JUNIOR MINI CAMP [Completed 4th - 6th Grade]
This NEW program allows campers to experience our traditional Junior Camp program as a two night, three day camp. Campers enjoy all that our traditional programming has to offer plus a cookout, canoeing and fishing on the lake, hiking, and cooperation games. Campers stay in our summer cabins and eat most meals family-style in our dining hall.
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2021 JUNIOR MINI CAMP DATES
July 25 - July 27
JUNIOR ADVENTURE CAMP [Completed 5th - 6th Grade]
Ready for adventure? This is it! Older elementary campers can move up to the first summer hogan area to enjoy traditional camp activities PLUS a tubing adventure down the Shenandoah River and an extended Low Ropes Course experience!
2021 JUNIOR ADVENTURE DATES:
June 27 - July 2
July 11 - 16
July 18 - 23
JUNIOR HIGH CAMP [Completed 6th - 8th Grade]
In addition to our traditional program, special options for this camp include campers’ choice activities (archery, canoeing, cooking, crafts, nature, etc.), cookouts, campouts, the low and high ropes challenge course, and more! Off-site horseback riding will not be available for 2021 due to COVID restrictions, however, in addition to their regular high ropes experience, campers will have the chance to climb all sides of the climbing tower and try out the climbing elements. Jr. High Campers stay in our summer hogans.
2021 JUNIOR HIGH CAMP DATES:
July 11 - July 16
July 18 - July 23
PIONEER ADVENTURE CAMP [Completed 6th - 8th Grade]
Pioneer Adventure Camps feature extended time learning wilderness and outdoor living skills as a participant in the Pioneer Program. Pioneers enjoy many of camp’s traditional activities, including the low and high ropes challenge course, have the chance for an overnight hike, and experience one featured adventure (see below). Pioneer Adventure Campers stay in one of our summer hogan areas.
Canoeing (June 27 - July 2)
This adventure option features a day-long canoe trip. Perfect for anyone who enjoys paddling down the river!
Outdoor Living Skills (July 18 - July 23) *NEW*
Select this adventure option for extra time learning and practicing outdoor living skills including fire-building, archery, knot-tying, outdoor
cooking, and shelter-making
2021 PIONEER ADVENTURE CAMP DATES:
June 27 - July 2: Canoeing
July 18 - July 23: Outdoor Living Skills
MOUNTAIN ADVENTURE CAMP [Completed 7th - 10th Grade]
Pack your bags! This camp is hitting the road and heading to North Carolina for a week-long traveling adventure! Our camp’s group will meet up with other Church of the Brethren campers from Pennsylvania to Florida for a week of adventures at Camp Carmel! While in North Carolina, campers will enjoy a natural water slide, a mountain peak hike, and other outdoor adventures!
2021 MOUNTAIN ADVENTURE DATE:
July 25 - July 30
A final go/no-go decision for this camp will be made by June 25th based on the current camp, state, and travel guidelines available. If the camp must be cancelled, registered campers will be able to transfer to another age-appropriate camp program.)
*Camp rates are for one person and include a camp group photo and T-shirt. The final program cost is determined by the date postmarked on the registration form (see chart). Brethren Woods encourages churches to provide financial support for campers. To receive this support, your pastor or camp representative must complete the church support box on the registration form, clearly indicating the specific amount of support. Churches will be billed at the end of the summer.