6 MILE SUMMER CAMP
Building Friendships & Confidence in Jesus' Name
At 6 MILE, we work hard to assemble what we think is the finest summer experience for campers age 8 to 15. From our atmosphere, to our staff, to our program, 6 MILE wants to do everything possible to foster the camp spirit and offer a premiere summer camp experience for our campers and their families. We strive to emphasize the importance of our campers' thriving personal relationships with God through Christ in all we do here at camp.
SUMMER 2023 DATES
Kids Camp for children age 8- 12 is May 31 - June 3.
Teens Camp for teens age 13-15 is June 7 - 10.
This year, we will be exploring the necessary components of leadership, with a focus on 1 Timothy 4:12.
Cost is $200 per camper.
REGISTRATION has closed.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for availability.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
HOW MANY CAMPERS WILL BE ALLOWED AT EACH CAMP?
Our max. capacity is 60 campers.
HOW MUCH DOES CAMP COST?
Camp costs $200 for each camper.
WHAT TYPE OF TRAINING DO THE COUNSELORS RECEIVE?
Our counselors and staff undergo 4 days of intensive staff training. We train counselors to keep campers safe in every aspect: physical, spiritual, and emotional. We take the privilege of leading your children very seriously and understand the impact our staff will have while your camper is here. Our hiring process is extensive to ensure that we hire staff that loves the Lord with all of their heart and understands the mission to show that same love to our campers. They are also trained in emergency and safety procedures.
CAN CAMPERS USE THEIR CELLPHONES WHILE THEY’RE AT CAMP?
We do not allow campers to have their phones while at camp. We strive to create an "unplugged" environment filled with creation and relationship building. Please help us attain this by ensuring that your camper is dropped off to camp technology free.
WILL CAMPERS/STAFF BE REQUIRED TO WEAR MASKS?
We are unsure what recommendations and guidelines will be in place at the time of camp this summer, however
since most of our activities are outdoors, with plenty of room to spread out it is unlikely masks would be necessary.