Escape Normal and Experience Camp
We have an amazing camp experience for everyone. It's really as easy as 1..2..3!
- Read the descriptions below and pick the camp that's right for you!
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Please Note our Withdrawal/Cancellation Policy:
- Call the camp as soon as you know you will be unable to attend
- Prior to the day of camp all funds are refunded except the deposit ( $100 for Elementary, Jr High, Horsemanship, and Senior High, $50 for Primary and SALT camps)
- Deposit is non-refundable and non-transferable
- Starting on the first day of camp there is no refund for withdrawals
Primary Camps- K-3rd
We offer 2 sessions of Primary Camp each week: Sunday afternoon – Tuesday morning and Wednesday afternoon – Friday morning. Campers will enjoy swimming, barn time, crafts, pastor time, campfire, paddle boats, canoes, hayrack or barrel train ride, and the petting zoo. Primary campers will lodge in Fort Timberlake (new in 2016), where air-conditioned cabins have bunk beds, and a bathroom with a shower.
Staff/camper ratio: 1/6
Elementary Camps- 4th- 6th
Elementary campers get a full week long camp experience, Sunday - Friday. Their week includes: swimming, Armageddon Island obstacle course, crafts, paddle boats, canoes, optional horse trail-ride, Zorb ball soccer, chapel time, and crazy camp games. With their cabin leader’s help, campers will dive into Bible study, meet new friends and have tons of fun. Campers will enjoy nature at its best in Tree Topper cabins built on stilts with bunk beds and a centrally located bathhouse.
Staff/camper ratio: 1/7
Jr. High Camps- 7th-10th
Jr High campers enjoy a full camp experience. In addition to traditional camp activities, campers will enjoy the high ropes course, supper around a campfire, optional paintball, Alpha Wolf, challenging cabin devotions, and large scale camp games. Jr High campers will lodge in the Lakeside Cabins. These brand new air conditioned cabins are located in a wooded area along the lake.
Staff/camper ratio: 1/9
Horse Camps- 4th-10th
No experience necessary – whether you have ridden before or not, you will fit right in. Our wranglers will help you develop your riding skills and knowledge of horses. Horsemanship campers will lodge in Fort Timberlake , air conditioned cabins with bunk beds and bathroom/shower.
Staff/camper ratio: 1/9
S.A.L.T. Camps- High School
In Servant and Leadership Training (SALT) you stay in a cabin with other Salters and learn how to serve, as well as go through Timberlake’s staff training instruction. In most cases SALT campers are invited to return as a Junior Cabin Leader (JCL) – assisting a Cabin Leader with all aspects of leading a group of campers. Great opportunity to learn leadership.
Sr. High Camp
Want to be challenged, both physically and spiritually? Whether it is the high ropes course, climbing wall, tournaments or the speaker’s message – you will find a challenge at Senior High Camp. Come connect with other Christian youth and have a blast doing it.