- Week 1 – June 9-12 – Pine Trail Mission Camp – High School
Join us for a camp experience specifically designed for youth groups to adventure, worship, grow, and serve.
3 night 4 day service retreat with a focus on missional thinking / leadership training.
Help PTC do some final touches leading into their summer camp ministry. Take adventures out into the beautiful Saugatuck Dunes / Lake Michigan. Crash in a Hammock or play 9 Square in our 75 foot swimming pool. Take a leap of faith on the Zip Line. Worship around bonfires with people you love. Learn from Pastor Chris Rookus on a Life of Following Jesus. Begin to see where God may be gifting you to serve. We can’t do this without you - and you can’t do life without the church - come and see why.
Cost - $175
*if you have a student that would like to come without a youth group, please contact us.
- * Week 2 –July 9-13 – Jr Week (entering 3rd through 8th grade)
- * Week 3 – July 23-27 – Jr Week (entering 3rd through 8th grade)
* Daycamp & overnight camp offered
Cost per child:
Overnight Campers – $300 per child (Drop off Monday 8:00am, pick up Friday night 6:00-7:00pm. $25 discount for 2nd & 3rd child the same household.)
Day Campers – $200 per child (Drop off 8am, pick up 6pm daily, Monday through Friday – breakfast, lunch & dinner included each day).
NOTE: There is no “up-charge” for activities, all canoeing, kayaking, zipline, paintball, archery tag, arts & crafts, etc… are included in pricing. The only reason your child will need money is for the canteen open daily, everything is $1 or less. $2 a day is plenty (please let us know if you cannot afford canteen for your children, we have generous people who love to pay for that!)
A day in the life of a summer camper!
Day Campers arrive 8:00am
Games, worship and teaching in the Chapel
Small Group time in the Cabin with leaders
Adventure Activities (Canoe, kayak, paddle board, archery, etc…)
Down Time – rest, hammock, chill…
Group Challenges – Team activities, field games, relay
Free Time – Pool & Canteen open
(Day Campers picked up after dinner)
Free Time – Social Time in activity hub
Campfire with songs, skits, games
Cabin time with leaders to close the day
What To Bring at Drop Off;
Clothes, sleeping bag & pillow, toiletries, towels (2), swimwear, Bible, notebook & pen, athletic shoes, flip flops, sweatshirt, rainwear, bugspray, sunscreen, hat, sunglasses (optional), $10-$15 for canteen (optional – turned in to staff as credit & unused balance returned at end of week), camera (optional), waiver forms, medical forms, registration form, medications your child needs during camp. (Day Campers bring a backpack with the same items minus the sleeping gear / toiletries)