Student Winter Camp
An Unforgettable Weekend
Our winter camps are coming!!! We can't wait for students to have a blast riding tubes, playing broom ball, and doing tons of other activities.
Plus, we have amazing worship and great speakers lined up.
Because of high demand, we've expanded to three full weekends:
Middle School - Jan 28-30, Feb 11-13
High School - Jan 14-16
Scroll down for more info and to sign up!
6th - 8th
Middle Schoolers!!! Join us for an incredible weekend of connecting with old and new friends, dynamic Bible teaching, small group discussion, an amazing live worship band, free time to unplug and enjoy camp, and a wide range of awesome activities, team competitions and tournaments.
January 28-30 or February 11-13
Cost - $125
Grades - 6-8
9th - 12th
Join us for an incredible weekend geared toward 9th-12th graders. We want to give you a weekend you won't forget. We'll have teaching that's relevant to your life, small groups to hang out with, and incredible live music. Plus the activities and competitions will be rocking as always.
Cost - $125
Grades - 9-12
Safety Is Our Priority
We are working hard to ensure a safe experience for all of our campers and staff this winter. We will be implementing multiple safety measures before, during, and after your kids are here. As the winter progresses, we will make adjustments to continually align with the practices being recommended to us.
Drop Off/Pick Up
Camp check-in will run Friday, 6-8p. Camp pickup will be Sunday at 11a.
Your campers will stay in cabins with 6-9 other campers and 1-2 adult leaders. Our cabins have plenty of space for everyone. Bathrooms are within walking distance.
Your kids will eat well! We'll provide meals from the time they arrive until they leave. Our kitchen staff are already operating under CDC guidelines and will continue to do so throughout the winter.
What To Bring/Pack
Bedding - pillow, sleeping bag or linens (twin size sheets and blanket(s)
Warm Clothing - sweatshirts, jeans, pajamas, underwear, socks
Outdoor Clothing - Jackets, hats, gloves, boots, long underwear
Gym Clothing - for possible indoor games
Other Gear - rain coats, rain boots, sweater or jacket
Footwear - sneakers, sandals, flip flops
Toiletries - soap, shampoo, hairbrush, toothbrush and toothpaste, sunscreen, insect repellant
Bible, Pencil, Notebook
Money for Canteen (optional)
All camp counselors and volunteers complete a volunteer application, submit references, and receive a background check. We have an amazing team of staff and volunteers that will lead your kids through an incredible weekend.
Because we feel that Christian camping is such a powerful tool that changes lives, Camp Awana does not want any student’s financial status to stand in the way of an opportunity to come. As the result of the generous support of Camp Awana friends and financial partners, we are able to provide funds to a limited number of low-income families to help defray the cost of camp. Please download our application here.
Please call or email us with any questions you have. We'd love to talk with you.
So Much To Do ... So Little Time
Broom Ball | Tubing | Tobogganing | Axe Throwing
Snow Shoe | Carpet Ball | Full-Sized Indoor Gym
Archery Tag | Ice Skating | Camp Fires
Snowmobile Rides | Torch Hikes