Ever wonder what the animals were thinking about during those awesome Bible stories?
Join us this summer as we unravel the Secret Lives of Pets. We’ll have engaging chapel times, fun games, crafts, swimming, hiking, archery and so much more! Our four-legged friends agree, this summer is one you won’t want to miss.
Meet our Program Ministries Director Chrissy Wilkinson
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 them 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 - THIS CAMP IS FULL
Kid's Summer Camp #2: July 21-26 - THIS CAMP IS FULL
Camper check-in time 4:00-5:30PM at Timber Mountain.
Camper pick-up time 9:00-9:30AM at Timber Mountain.
Prepare for Camp
What To Bring
Sleeping bag, bedding and pillow
Bible, notebook and pen
Towels and washcloths
Personal items: soap, shampoo, toothbrush, etc.
Flashlight with new batteries
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
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
Personal sports equipment
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 any of these items will have the items immediately confiscated and may be sent home.
Promote Your Kid’s Summer Camp
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