Registration for Summer 2018 will be open soon!!!

Sandy Creek camps are week-long camps and weekend events that are designed for all ages. Our camps feature traditional camp activities like archery, riflery, hatchets, sports, and crafts, but also gives you the chance to experience more outdoor activities that might not be available elsewhere like a high ropes challenge course and horseback riding! So spend a week overcoming challenges, having tons of fun, and learning from God’s Word. Learn more about these camps by following the links to the right.

New 2018 Schedule!

(Schedule is subject to change)

Camp Dates Ages Gender Price
CORE/COLLEGE Staff Training May 28th-June 2nd Coed
High School Training Camp June 1st-June 2nd Coed
Kingdom Kids June 3rd-8th Coed
Bethel Methodist June 10th-16th Coed
Primary Coed June 17th-23rd 8-12 Coed $350
JV June 24th-30th 12-14 Coed $350
Varsity July 1st-7th TBD Coed $350
Primary Boys July 8th-14th 8-12 Boys $350
Primary Girls July 15th-21st 8-12 Girls $350
 Varsity  July 22nd-28  TBD  Coed  $350

Summertime never was so much fun! Archery, Horseback Riding, Rock Wall Climbing and Campfires are just some of the activities we do at Sandy Creek Bible Camp. Here’s a list of things to bring along to help make your week at camp the best of the summer.

What should I bring to camp?

Bible and notebook
pen or pencil
2 single sheets or sleeping bag
blanket and pillow
towels and personal toiletries
modest clothing
bathing suit
shoes for hiking and horseback riding
long pants for horseback riding
musical instrument if you would like to play it

What am I not allowed to bring to camp?

cell phones
electronic games
radios, CD players, mp3 players or the like
playing cards of any kind
expensive jewelry
expensive cameras
weapons, including pocket knives
tobacco of any kind
alcohol or drugs

What time does registration start?
Registration starts at 4 p.m. on Sunday afternoon.

When is the camp week over?
The summer weekly camping program ends at 9:00 am on Saturday. You may pick up your campers then.

Can I write to my camper during the week?
Absolutely! Just send a letter to the address at the top of the website, with your campers name clearly written on the outside. If you would rather email your camper we will print it out and deliver the message during mail call. Email your letter to and put your camper’s name and cabin number (if available) in the subject line.