Student Summer Camp

Middle School: June 24 – June 27 | High School: June 27 – June 30

Your student is in for the time of their lives as Creekwood Students heads to Allaso Ranch, a state of the art camp designed for teenagers.

The days are filled with incredible activities and the nights are set for amazing worship, messages and time with God. Don’t miss out this year!

Early (first 50 only)

$350

Nov. 15 – Dec. 31

Deposit due at registration: $100 (non-refundable)

$125 due by April 30

Final payment of $125 due by June 12

Standard

$425

Jan. 1 – April 30

Deposit due at registration: $100 (non-refundable)

$125 due by April 30

Final payment of $200 due by June 12

Late

$450

May 1 – June 12

Deposit due at registration: $100 (non-refundable)

$125 due by May 30

Final payment of $225 due by June 11

Register

Important: We have a limited number of spots. These registrations dates will only be available until the camp is filled.

Registration is not considered complete until the registration form and the initial deposit are submitted and paid.

Sponsor a Student Request a Scholarship

Parent & Student Info Meeting

Please mark your calendar for the mandatory parent meeting on Saturday, June 16 from 6:30 – 7:15pm in the Main Auditorium at Creekwood Church.
We ask that at least one parent participate in this meeting as all important details regarding camp will be discussed.

Camp Activities

Paintball (extra $$)
Mountain Biking
Nature Trials
Campfire Pits
Basketball
Baseball/Softball
Water Blob

Volleyball
Soccer
Frisbee Golf
High/Low Ropes Elements
Zip Lines
Equestrian Center

Horseback Riding
Trail Rides
Swim Center
Lazy River
Water Slides
Volleyball

Pool
Splash Pool
Lake Activities
Canoeing
Paddle Boats
Fishing
Kayaking

What to Bring

Bible
Journal
Pen
Bedding for twin sized bed
Towels & wash cloth (bath & beach)
Toiletries

Modest PJ’s
Shoes & Socks (closed toed shoes are required for horseback riding)
Jeans/long Pants (required for horseback riding)
Shirts (LADIES: no spaghetti straps, tank tops must have wide enough strap
to cover bra strap)
Shorts (finger tip in length, no exceptions)
Refillable water bottle

Watch/Alarm clock (no cell phones please)
House shoes (to wear in cabin)
Lightweight tote bag/backpack
Flashlight
Hat/sunglasses
Insect repellant

Sun Screen
Swimsuit (1 piece or full coverage tankini swim suit)
Swim shoes or flip flops
Sweatshirt/light jacket
Umbrella or Rain Poncho
Spending money for the camp store
Camera (optional)

Frequently Asked Questions

What do I do with my
students medication?

No medications can be kept in cabins (students or leaders). All medications must be dropped off to the camp nurse at check-in and must be in their original containers, with legal prescription label visible. Over-the-counter medications must also be in the original container. Please only bring what will be needed at camp. Anything extra will be disposed of once the campers return.

What can’t my student bring?

Alcoholic beverages, tobacco products or drugs, Fireworks, knives, weapons, firearms, balloons or balloon launchers, TV’s, portable video games, cell phones, iPods, MP3 players or CD players.

Will my student need
spending money?

Each student will be responsible for bringing their own spending money on the trip. There will be a camp store that will be open in the afternoon to by snacks, shirts, water bottles and all kinds of souvenirs.

What is the dress code?

Creekwood Students requires all individuals to observe the rules and regulations, including but not limited to, dress and Christian life style. NO spaghetti straps, midriff, or low cut tops. Shorts/skirts above finger tip length when standing. One piece swimming suit, full coverage tankini or a dark t-shirt that covers both top and bottom of swim suit. Shoes must be worn at all times at Camp