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Summer Camps

Grades 3rd - 6th

Kid's Camp #1
June 23-28

Kid's Camp #2
July 21-26

Kid’s Camps at Timber Mountain. Nestled on 15 acres of the Sugar Pine Christian Camps’ property, Timber Mountain is a fun, adventurous and safe place for kid’s to play and learn about God.

Explore Timber Mountain ▶

Meet Chrissy Wilkinson our Program Ministries/Timber Mountain Director


My 17 years as the Timber Mountain Director and Program Ministries Director, are a highlight in my life. I first attended Sugar Pine as a high school student and have loved it ever since.  Prior to my full time role at Sugar Pine, I was a summer team member for six years serving in various roles, including Timber Mountain Cabin Leader.  It is a privilege to see camp from so many perspectives!

I love serving God and seeing kids grow closer to Him!  I am passionate about pouring into the lives of our campers and watching how God changes their life within a week of camp.  My heart for our campers is to allow them to see their relationship with Jesus and take steps to make that stronger! 

I love to laugh, drink coffee and have awesome conversations with just about anyone!  I have a wonderful husband whom I have been married to for 12 years, a 5 year old daughter who keeps me on my toes, and a sweet doggy who cuddles in my lap when I let him.  

Pricing and Registration

Grades 3rd - 6th

Kid's Summer Camp #1: June 23-28
Kid's Summer Camp #2: July 21-26

For general group pricing CLICK HERE

If you have any questions please contact us, we’d be happy to help!

Order a “Love ‘Ya” Camper Package for your child:

Campers are always surprised and excited to receive gifts from their loved ones. We'll hand deliver the package along with a personalized note to your child. Send one to a child that is currently at Sugar Pine or order before an upcoming camp. Order by 10:00 AM for same day delivery. Visit Sugar Pine's OLD MILL CAFÉ online store to see our care package options.  

What to bring to camp?

  • Sleeping bag, bedding and pillow

  • Bible, notebook and pen

  • Towels and washcloths

  • Personal items: soap, shampoo, toothbrush, etc.

  • Flashlight with new batteries

  • Insect Repellent

  • Spending money (gift store, snacks, crafts)

  • Stationery and stamps

  • Casual modest clothing: warm and cool clothing, jacket

  • Modest swimsuit (one-piece or tankini), beach towel

  • Sunscreen, sunglasses

  • Backpack (if desired)

  • Enclosed shoes: boots or tennis shoes and flip flops/sandals for pond activities

  • Any necessary medication— please send all medicines in their original containers (prescriptions, vitamins, etc.). Do not send prescription drugs not prescribed to the camper.

What not to bring to camp?

  • Pets

  • Personal sports equipment

  • Vehicles

  • Tobacco, drugs, alcohol

  • Computers, tablets, electronic gaming devices, Ipods, cell phones, etc.

  • Any inappropriate reading or pictoral material

  • Fireworks, matches, lighters

  • Weapons (knives, air-soft guns, etc.)

Any camper caught with these items will have the items immediately confiscated and can be sent home if Camp Director deems necessary.

CLICK HERE for a downloadable What to Bring List -PDF

CLICK HERE for Some Helpful Packing Tips