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Recommendations for Junior Day Camp

Recommendations for Junior Day Camp

As Junior Day Camp gets nearer, our excitement continues to escalate! Soon there will be happy campers running around building forts, roasting marshmallows, discovering nature, and learning more about God. Campers will learn everything from how to identify different types of trees and toads, to how to see the Creator through his creation. As excited as we are however, there are some things that we at SPC would strongly suggest that you take into consideration. We want your camper to learn as much as possible, and to have as much fun as possible while they are here. In order for that to happen here are some recommendations.

The prepared camper will come dressed for the occasion:

  • If it is going to be chilly out, the camper should bring a sweatshirt or a jacket.
  • Jeans are highly recommended as the activities will be held out of doors.
  • The prepared camper will also have sturdy footwear. Flip-flops, sandals, or any opened toed shoe of any kind are not a wise choice.

One thing that is absolutely required above all others, is that the camper comes prepared to have fun! We are anticipating seeing you soon!

Camper Comments: See What People are Saying

Thank you Hiduke family for having a horsemanship camp,to help train our next generation on a Christian way of doing things right.

Person: David C.

Great place, great people!! God's hand is evident all around!

Person: Kimarie G.

A beautiful camp run by folks with a true gift and passion for sharing Christ with young people in fun, creative and rewarding ways. I spent a summer at youth camp run by Pastor Tom and it was truly one of the best experiences of my life. Don't miss out!!

Person: Bethanie J.

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