Camp Horizon

Camp Horizon

Welcome to Camp Horizon!

Music

Music

Experience music in chapel, singing at meals, and music as an activity choice!

Archery

Archery

Archery is the most popular activity choice in all age groups.

Canoeing

Canoeing

Ski or Tube

Ski or Tube

Gun Safety

Gun Safety

Junior Camp uses BB Guns
Youth and Varsity use 22 rifles

Swimming

Swimming

Lakefront

Lakefront

Skiing, Fishing (Youth and Junior Camps) and Canoeing are offered on the lake.

The Dining Hall

The Dining Hall

Meals are served in our newly refurbished Dining Hall.

Summer Schedule

Summer Camp 2022

Camp ages are based on age by September 1

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

CAMP

2022

DATES

AGE GROUP

THEME

DIRECTOR

SPEAKER

Training Camp
Staff Only

June 19 - June 25

SUMMER STAFF

Gimel Gill

Michael Renth

Youth Camp

June 26 - July 02

Ages 11-14

Andrew LeMasters and Jason Renth

Allan Dunlap

Junior Camp

July 03 - July 09

Ages 08-10

Andy VanDemark

Andrew Moore

Youth Camp 2

July 10  -  July 16

Ages 11-14

Ray Herbert and Robert DeMelo

TBA

Varsity Camp July 17 - July 23 Ages 15-17 Frankie Gomez Eric Avila
 


All camps cost $275 for the week. 

There are opportunities for discounts and assistance. Please see FAQs below. 

 

AGE EXCEPTION UPDATE FOR 2022
Varsity Campers must be 15 by September 1, 2022

Campers that are eleven years old may request to attend Junior
This requires an age exception to be entered in the camp office.
 

What should I bring to camp?

Please bring a heart prepared to worship and learn more about the Lord Jesus Christ. We offer a suggested packing list.

In general, pack clothing of a simple nature that can get dirty and leave valuable at home so they are not lost or damaged. We strongly encourage you to label your childs belongings. 

What is the camp dress code?

In order to ensure that clothing worn by both campers and staff will contribute to the spirit of camp in a positive way, the following guidelines are provided.

SHORTS  

All shorts must be at least mid-thigh.  TEST: 1) Sit down, 2) Stand up, 3) Without touching the shorts (pulling them down). Are they mid-thigh?  Shorts or pants that are too tight need to be worn with a long shirt that covers. (YES, THIS MEANS THE GUYS TOO!) 
No words written on the back (seat).


SHIRTS 

DINING HALL AND CHAPEL

Shirts must cover the midriff at all times and must not hang low underneath the arm. Sleeveless shirts may be worn in the dining hall and chapel if they do not hang low below the arm or reveal undergarments or cleavage. No tank-tops in the chapel or dining hall. Immodestly tight shirts are also inappropriate.


ACTIVITIES

Girls: Tank-Tops may be worn over swim-wear during activities. Girls may not wear shirts that reveal cleavage or undergarments (i.e. NO low shirts, spaghetti strap shirts, tube tops). 


Guys: Tank-tops can be worn during activities. 


SHOES  

Shirts and shoes are required everywhere except your living quarters, the waterfront, gym, and sidewalks.


SWIM SUITS & TOWELS

No towels in the chapel or dining hall.

Girls: One-piece suits and tankinis that cover the midsection at all times are permitted (revealing mesh cut outs and monokinis are not permitted). Suits should not reveal cleavage, should cover the mid-section, not be high cut or reveal the buttocks (i.e. “cheeky”). If your suit does not meet these requirements, bring along a pair of shorts and/or dark T-shirt to be worn over it at all times.  

Guys: See rules for "shorts". The same rule applies. 

DRESSES, SKIRTS, AND ROMPERS

The same requirements that have been mentioned above apply to this category as well.  Dresses and blouses must not show cleavage or midriff and all skirts/dresses/rompers must be approximately ¾ thigh-length while sitting. 

PAJAMAS

Pajama clothing is not to be worn outside of sleeping areas.

 

What should we NOT pack?

The following items are not allowed at camp:

  • Tobacco/vaping products
  • Illicit drugs
  • Alcoholic beverages 
  • Matches, lighters, fireworks
  • Weapons, ammunition
  • Electronic devices (e.g., phones, tablets, music players, etc.)
  • Gum
  • Things that may destroy camp property (e.g., spray paint, silly string, gum, etc.)
  • All money should be deposited into your account or locked in the office

Do activities cost extra?

All activities except Tubing/Skiing ($40) are included.

The parent chooses this skiing or tubing as a PAID ACTIVITY during registration.  You can add this until seven days before the camp session begins.

How much spending money should I send?

Spending money is not required. However, most campers enjoy visiting Snak Shak. Snak Shak has sodas/drinks, snacks (candy bars, chips, snow cones, etc.), Camp Horizon gear, and more for purchase.

Snak Shak is open to Junior campers once a day and twice a day for Youth and Varsity campers. We suggest a budget of $15/week for Junior campers and $30/week for Youth/Varsity campers.

There is no limit imposed by Camp Horizon. When you check in, you can leave money for your camper to spend throughout the week. We'll keep it safe in our store and return any extra at the end of the week.

Are there discounts?

SIBLING DISCOUNT
The sibling discount is $25 per additional camper (after the first one is registered) in the same household.  The first camper does not get the discount.

This discount is applied automatically when campers are registered with the same user login.  If the automatic discount fails you can contact the office. (office@camphorizon.org)

GROUP DISCOUNT
There is an automatic discount applied to campers that indicate in the Camper Profile that they attend a church on our discount list (generally those that send ten or more campers).

What are Camp Horizon's COVID-19 Protocols?

Camp Horizon will continue to follow all federal, state and local regulations regarding COVID-19. 

Masks and vaccines are not mandiated. If a camper or staff member feel more comfortable wearing a mask, they are more than welcome to. 

We ask that if you answer "yes" to any of the questions below that you remain home.

  1. Have you had a positive COVID-19 test within the last 10 days and not completed your isolation period?
  2. Have you been exposed to someone with a positive COVID-19 test in the past 10 days and not completed your quarentine period?
  3. Have you experienced new or new or worsening symptoms of illness like:
    • Nasal drainage, congestion, or sneezing
    • Sore throat or cough
    • Diarrhea, Nausea, or Vomiting
    • Fever or Chills
    • Muscle aches, joint pain, or fatigue
    • Difficulty breathing or shortness of breath

Are their scholarships available (Camper Assistance)?

Yes! 

After you complete the online enrollment, go back to the DASHBOARD.

Look under FORMS - choose the Online Forms tab.
Look for the Camper Assistance Form (optional)

Activities

 

The best way to see the activities is to browse the camp videos.