SUMMER CAMP 2022

All Explorer and Classic Camps are $450. Adventure and some specialty camps are $530. Confirmation Camp is $400. Our (NEW!) Extended Two Week High Adventure Camp is $900.

Note: All 2022 camps are Sunday to Friday.

Camps are organized by age group. Scroll down to find yours!

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Entering Grades 1-3

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Explorer Camp $450

Offered Weeks Two and Weeks Five - Eight (June 19-24 and July 10 - August 5)

Our youngest campers stay in our centrally located Cabin Village and get to explore all that camp has to offer! Play games, sing songs, make new friends, swim in the lake, gather around a campfire, make friendship bracelets, and more. Explorers participate camp-wide morning worship and have their own small group, interactive Bible studies each day.

*Half week options available upon request

Entering Grades 4-6

This age group stays in our Cabin Village for a week full of games, worship, campfire, swimming, arts and crafts, creekwalking, small group Bible study, and more. We offer specialty camps for campers who are especially excited about an activity. These camps have scheduled activities and skills progression throughout the week in addition to the meaningful experiences that all campers share.

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Classic Camp  $450 

Offered Weeks One to Three and Five to Seven (June 12-17 to July 31-August 5)

Get ready for an exciting week of all the fun that camp has to offer! Each cabin group will explore camp together, jumping right into our favorite activities: lake, low ropes, crafting, campfire, Bible study, games, and more. You can look forward to an abundance of faith, fun, and lifelong friendships during this week of camp. Classic Camp has a more open schedule than Adventure Camp, and the campers and counselors decide together what they would like to do each day.

Adventure Camp  $530

Offered Weeks One to Three (June 12-17 to June 26-July 1) and week Five (July 10-15) and Week Eight (July 31-August 5)

In addition to the usual camp fun, Grades 4-6 Adventure Campers will go horseback riding one day. Activities on other days will include a mix of canoeing, hiking, fishing, and/or archery. You can look forward to all of the fun of Classic Camp, plus more!

Culinary Camp  $450

Offered Week Six (July 17-22)

Food is an exciting part of our culture, both here at camp and throughout the world. In addition to the usual camp fun, Culinary Campers will learn the basics of cooking, baking, and preparing food! You can look forward to all of the fun of Classic Camp, plus the chance to prepare a special treat for the entire camp!

Horse Camp  $530

Offered Week Seven (July 24-29)

Saddle up for an awesome week focused on learning safely, care, and grooming horses! In addition to the usual camp activities, Horse Campers will learn how to saddle, harness, and ride western-style. You get your own horse so you can build a partnership and learn their unique qualities. You will spend two days at Fort Valley Ranch riding western-style across the ranch trails each day.

Frontier Camp  $530

Offered Week Eight (July 31- August 5)

Enjoy a week of frontier adventure on camp property and visiting a local museum. Activities will include frontier outdoor survival skills, learning native peoples and local frontier history, cooking over a campfire using iron dutch ovens, and natural creative crafts. In addition to our usual camp activities and fun, we will spend one night building our own shelters, sleeping outdoors, stargazing, and moonlight hiking. 

Entering Grades 7-9

Our older campers get to stay in the Sukkah Village. Out-Trips spend a few nights off property, sleeping under the stars. Basecamps go off-site for some of their activities, but sleep at camp. Combo camps may be either out-trips or basecamps, depending on the week. No matter where they are, campers are immersed in daily worship, small group Bible study, and other faith based discussions and activities. Our campers who stay on property have specialized activities in addition to normal camp fun such as lake and creek time, crafts, evening recreation, worship, and campfire.

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Virginia Synod Confirmation Camp  $400

Offered Week Three (June 26-July 1)

Spend a week at camp with your Confirmation Class! Grow in community, explore the Gospel, and experience God’s beautiful creation. Contact your pastor for more information and to get your discount code.
Leaders: interested in bringing your group? Contact Caroline Furnace to learn more.

Adventure Camp  $530

Offered Weeks One, Three, and Eight (June 12-17, June 26-July 1, and July 31-August 5)

In addition to all of the usual camp fun, Grades 7-9 Adventure Campers will go horseback riding and rock climbing. Activities on other days will include a mix of canoeing, hiking, fishing, and/or archery. Adventure Camp will stay in the Sukkah Village for the week and may include camping under the stars, learning to tent camp, leave no trace hiking, dutch oven cooking, and map reading skills. You can look forward to all of the usual fun of Summer Camp, plus more!

Hammock Hangout  $450

Offered Week Two and Five (June 18-24 and July 10-15)

Come hang with us! With Hammock Hangout, campers will get to create their own hammock village in the Sukkahs. Hammockers will get the chance to enjoy some of our exciting night activities as well, to include stargazing, tent camping, outdoor cooking, and night canoeing. The schedule allows for morning downtime, full of hammock parties, friendship bracelets, card games, and more!

River Canoe Camp  $530

Offered Week Two (June 19-24)

Prepare for a week of fun on the river! Camping/canoe gear provided. We will spend a full day orienting ourselves to the proper outdoor equipment, canoe basics, and packing everything for our out trip. You will spend three nights sleeping under the stars and canoeing down the river, even taking on class II rapids. Camping and canoe equipment provided. 

Culinary Camp  $450

Offered Week Three (June 26-July 1)

Food is an exciting part of our culture, both here at camp and throughout the world. In addition to the usual camp fun, Culinary Campers will learn the basics of cooking, baking, and preparing food! You can look forward to all of the fun of Classic Camp, plus the chance to prepare a special treat for the entire camp!

NEW! TWO WEEK Extended High Adventure Camp $900

Offered from Week Five through Week Six (July 10-22)

Prepare for two full weeks of fun canoeing, white water rafting, hiking, rock climbing, rappelling, and expanded caving. Camping and canoe gear provided. We will spend time in Sukkah Village for a couple of days and nights throughout the 2 weeks to orient ourselves to the proper outdoor equipment, canoe and hiking basics, cooking outdoors, and packing for our out trip. You will spend multiple nights sleeping under the stars, canoeing down the river, tent camping at camp sites climbing and caving in the Seneca Mountains, and taking on river rapids with a rafting company.

Night Camp  $450

Offered Week Six (July 17-22)

Stay up late, wake up late, eat breakfast late, then join camp for afternoon activities. You will have all of the same fun you’re used to, but in the dark! Expect night games, late night stargazing, night hikes, and night canoeing. Parents: We begin and end with a normal schedule - nighttime fun peaks mid-week!

NEW! Bike Hike Zip  $600

Offered Week Seven (July 24-29)

Why choose just one activity when you don't have to? Set out on three different outdoor adventures in one week! Enjoy a bike trip along the Potomac River, a day hike to spectacular Blue Ridge Mountain views, and some exciting zip-lining and high ropes fun! Bike Hike Zip campers will have the opportunity to experience something new everyday. Bikes and helmets are provided. Plan for a two or three night tent camping trip, gear provided! 

Horse Camp  $600

Offered Week Eight (July 31-August 5)

Saddle up for an awesome week! You will spend three mornings at Fort Valley Ranch, learning safety, care, and grooming of horses. In addition to typical camp activities and fun, Horse Campers will learn how to saddle, harness, and ride western-style. You will get your own horse so you can build a partnership and learn their unique qualities. Rides will be both on the ranch trails and a half day ride through camp property and into the George Washington National Forest. 

Entering Grades 9-12

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Our oldest campers get to stay in the Sukkah Village. Out-Trips spend a few nights off property, sleeping under the stars. Basecamps go off property for some of their activities, but sleep at camp. No matter where they are, campers are immersed in daily worship, small group Bible study, and other faith based discussions and activities. Our campers who stay on-site have specialized activities for part of the day, in addition to normal camp fun such as lake and creek time, crafts, evening rec, worship, and campfire.

*Weeks marked with an asterisk may be combined with the Grades 7-9 campers

Adventure Camp  $530

Offered Week Two (June 19-24) and *Week Three (June 26-July 1) 

In addition to all of the usual camp fun, Grades 9-12 Adventure Campers will go horseback riding and expanded caving in the Seneca Mountains. Activities on other days will include a mix of canoeing, hiking, fishing, and/or archery. Adventure Camp will stay in the Sukkah Village for the week and may include camping under the stars or tent camping, leave no trace hiking, dutch oven cooking, and map reading skills. You can look forward to all of the usual fun of Summer Camp, plus more!

Hammock Hangout  $450

Offered Week Three (June 26-July 1) and Week Six (July 17-22)

Come hang with us! You will get to help create your own hammock village by the Sukkahs. Hammockers will get the chance to enjoy some of our exciting night activities as well, to include stargazing and night canoeing. The schedule allows for morning downtime, full of hammock parties, friendship bracelets and card games!

LIT! (Leaders In Training), for 16 & 17 year old campers, $500

Part One: Week One (June 12-17) or Week Four (July 3-8) |  Part Two: Weeks Four to Nine (Choose One)

Do you dream of serving on the Caroline Furnace staff or becoming a stronger leader in your community? Our LITs are challenged to grow in their faith and leadership, and are equipped with skills and tools to continue learning and growing after camp is over. LITs are chosen for their faith maturity, desire to become a better leader, and motivated personality. Learn more here.

NEW! TWO WEEK Extended High Adventure Camp $900

Offered from Week Five through Week Six (July 10-22)

Prepare for two full weeks of fun canoeing, white water rafting, hiking, rock climbing, rappelling, and expanded caving. Camping and canoe gear provided. We will spend time in Sukkah Village for a couple of days and nights throughout the 2 weeks to orient ourselves to the proper outdoor equipment, canoe and hiking basics, cooking outdoors, and packing for our out trip. You will spend multiple nights sleeping under the stars, canoeing down the river, tent camping at camp sites climbing and caving in the Seneca Mountains, and taking on river rapids with a rafting company.

NEW! Bike Hike Zip  $600

Offered *Week Seven (July 24-29)

Why choose just one activity when you don't have to? Set out on three different outdoor adventures in one week! Enjoy a bike trip along the Potomac River, a day hike to spectacular Blue Ridge Mountain views, and some exciting zip-lining and high ropes fun! Bike Hike Zip campers will have the opportunity to experience something new everyday. Bikes and helmets are provided. Plan for a two or three night tent camping trip, gear provided! 

Night Camp  $450

Offered Week Five (July 10-15) and Week Eight (July 31-August 5)

Stay up late, wake up late, eat breakfast late, then join camp for afternoon activities. You will have all of the same fun you’re used to, but in the dark! Expect night games, late night stargazing, night hikes, and night canoeing. Parents: We begin and end with a normal schedule - nighttime fun peaks mid-week!

Questions? Call the office at (540) 449-0012