Pee-Wee Camp (6-8 year-olds)

Pee-Wee Camp is an overnight program for 6-8 year-old campers and runs from Thursday after­noon to Saturday morning. Pee-Wee Camp will take all of the fun, excitement and spiritual focus of Junior Camp and boil it down into 40 unforgettable hours! Campers will get to play games, swim, and experience all of the other extraordinary elements of Woodlands while being taught some incredible truths from God’s Word. It is a great program for younger siblings of current Woodlands campers who are ready for their chance to go to camp or for campers who are looking to ease into summer camp without committing to a full week.

Junior Camp (8-11 year-olds)

Junior Camps are for 8-11 year-old campers, and each session runs Monday - Friday. Campers will square off in some wild and crazy games, Bible memory and various other competitions in hopes of seeing their team take home the gold at the end of the week. There is also plenty of free time throughout the afternoon for campers to swim, tube, slide down the water slides, blob in the lake, climb the rock wall, jump on the Euro-Bungy, fly down the zip line or enjoy any of the other attractions here at Woodlands. Above all, our desire is to see all our campers leave camp with an assurance of their eternal destiny and a passion to spread Jesus’ fame to the far corners of the globe.

Junior High Camp (11-13 year-olds)

Junior High Camps are for 11-13 year-old campers, and each session runs Monday - Saturday. Tweens are a species all their own. They still possess some of the innocence of youth, yet they have to face many of the cultural issues that teens face. So our Junior High Camps are geared specifically for them. Campers get the high-energy, team competitions of Junior Camp, as well as the focus on heart issues from Teen Camp. It is a great program for campers who are standing at one of life’s most important crossroads.

Teen Camp (13-18 year-olds)

Teen Camps are for 13-18 year-old campers, and each session runs Monday - Saturday. Teen Camp at Woodlands is an experience all its own. Biblical values and beliefs are presented through individual quiet time, cabin devotions, Troubleshooters (group discussions on cultural issues) and chapel services. Everything is centered on the cabin unit. Teens eat, sleep and compete as cabins. This small-group format affords a greater opportunity for relationships to be developed between campers and their counselors and thus presents a greater opportunity to share Christ as the answer to today’s teen problems. Oh yeah, there’s also a healthy dose of great friends, unforgettable memories and a ton of FUN!!!