Camps

New in 2022

Last year was hard on everyone and we will continue the simplified pricing for 2022! This means no more tiered pricing.

We never want finances to be the reason a person can not attend camp. If you are concerned about being able to pay for camp, we encourage you to reach out to your church as most churches are willing and able to get you to camp. if this is not an option, please reach out to our director, Jason at [email protected] for assistance as we have scholarships available.

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2022 Camps

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April 1-3: Youth Rally 

Youth Rally is a weekend full of faith, fun, and friendships new and old for middle and high school students. Keynote speakers, small group and youth group activities, energizers, and many more fun events give kids a crazy-fun getaway filled with new opportunities.

Grades 6 – 12: Please signup as a Student for the Youth Rally

Ages 18 and older: Please sign up as an Advisor for the Youth Rally

Registration closes 3/23/22

May 27-30: Work Camp 

We will still be running a work weekend, but will need our group size to stay small. We are thinking we want to run several weekend of work to get all items done. A weekend of working on camp needs such as painting, cleaning and building. Plus, there will be plenty of time for faith, fellowship and fun. Work camps benefit everyone in the camp community. Stay part or all of the weekend. You will need a sleeping bag, pillow, towel
and personal items. Meals and rooms provided.
Please call Jason for reservations and questions at 605-431-5224. NO CHARGE!

June 6-10: Day Camp 1

(Completed Grades 2-5)

We are offering two weeks of day camps this year that will be filled with fun, adventure, nature, science, and faith. Each week will offer a variety of different activities. Adventures may include shelter building, fire starting, archery and more. Nature activities may include explorations, investigations, and journaling in nature. Science may include engineering challenges, explorations, and other cool science activities. View Promo Material. Transportation may be provided from Westminster Church in Rapid City.

  • $210 per person

June 13-17: Day Camp 2

(Completed Grades 2-5)

We are offering two weeks of day camps this year that will be filled with fun, adventure, nature, science, and faith. Each week will offer a variety of different activities. Adventures may include shelter building, fire starting, archery and more. Nature activities may include explorations, investigations, and journaling in nature. Science may include engineering challenges, explorations, and other cool science activities. Transportation may be provided from Westminster Church in Rapid City .

  • $210 per person

June 23-26: You and Me

(COMPLETED Grades K-2, PLUS adult partner)

You and Me campers get a unique camping experience alongside a parent, guardian, or relative. This introduction to camp includes opportunities to create treasured memories together while still allowing both age groups time to worship and play.

Cost : $143 per person NOTE: Transportation not provided.

June 26 – July 1: Seekers 

(COMPLETED Grades 3-5)

Our elementary camp offers campers the opportunities to build new friendships with campers and grow closer with God. Among tubing in the creek, hiking, and playing games, campers will enjoy daily Bible study and discussion, camper-led worship services, and morning devotions.

Cost : $429

July 7-10: Family Camp

(COMPLETED Grades 3-5)

Family Camp allows families a faith-centered getaway in the Black Hills with time for off-site exploration. Morning devotions and Bible study for all ages allows all age groups to foster new connections and grow closer to God. Hiking, tubing, and family games are fun for all ages!

Cost: $143 per person (4 and under is free)

July 10-16: Compass 

(COMPLETED Grades 9-12)

Compass is the perfect break from high schoolers’ busy lives. Campers are “unplugged” from technology for a week and immersed in traditional summer camp activities alongside Bible studies, morning devotions, and camper-led worship services. Surrounded by the Black Hills and friendships new and old, campers can relax and focus on their faith and connection to God.

Cost : $429

July 17-22: Pathfinder Camp 

(COMPLETED Grades 6-8)

Pathfinder allows middle schoolers to strengthen friendships new and old while taking part in devotions, Bible studies, team-building exercises, and traditional camping activities.  From singing around the campfire to hiking through the Black Hills, campers will have an unforgettable experience.

Cost : $429

July 24-27: Triennium

(COMPLETED Grades 8-12)

Triennium has been cancelled for 2022

August 12-14: Youth Leaders Retreat

This retreat allows youth leaders all across the state to come together for a weekend of faith and friendship as well as planning for the year ahead in youth ministry. This networking opportunity offers leaders the opportunity to spend time at camp refocusing on the year ahead.

Cost: $50

TBA: Women’s Retreat

The Women’s Retreat is open to all women ages 18 and up. The weekend will provide rest, relaxation and fellowship, plus Bible study and food. The fall weather should provide opportunities for walking, hiking and meditation in the labyrinth. Costs cover lodging, food and programming.

Presenter: TBD

TBA – Pastors’ Retreat 

(Open to all clergy and CREs)

Pastors, come spend time in the heart of the Black Hills. Enjoy a refreshing and relaxing weekend with your colleagues. This camp provides opportunities for fellowship, relaxation and worship.

TBA: Men’s Retreat 

The Men’s Retreat at Rimrock is open to all men ages 18 and up. The weekend will provide rest, relaxation and fellowship, plus Bible study and food. The fall weather should provide opportunities for walking, hiking and meditation in the labyrinth. Costs cover lodging, food and programming.