Everyone is welcome and included at Procter. This is a place for your child to be themself, meet new friends, explore their faith, and be a part of a supportive community. Our summer offers sessions for all ages, and the program offers space to build skills and explore a variety of activities.
Mornings at camp include a fun, engaging Christian formation program. Rooted in Scripture and guided by the week’s theme, formation is led by camp counselors and a Chaplain. In the afternoons campers have free choice periods for recreation. Some options might be: swimming and pool games, arts & crafts, yoga or meditation, basketball, canoeing, fishing, soccer, or nature walks.
Procter is home to a lake for swimming and canoeing, a pond to fish in, fields for large group games and sports, and an Arts and Crafts cottage to explore your creativity. After dinner the camp participates in a large group activity together, followed by campfire, devotions in cabin groups, and lights out. Campers stay in cabins with counselors and similar age campers.
Each week cabins camp out in our “Outdoor Adventure” campsite. Outdoor Adventure gives every camper the opportunity to sleep outside and cook their own meals over a fire.
Andrea Foote, Director of Camp and Youth Ministry, is happy to talk with you about the program, our camp staff or any other questions you may have. Email her here: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dates for Leaders-in-Training will be forthcoming.
Campers entering grade 10 – graduated Sr
Camp Open House 2020 Save May 2nd on your calendar for our Camp Open House. You are encouraged to invite friends from church, school, or your neighborhood who you’d like to