Camp Mohaven Summer Camps 2012
Cub Camp (Ages 6-9)
Dates: June 17-24
Campers will rotate by cabins through many fun filled activities. Come join experienced staff for swimming, canoeing/kayaking, drama, crafts, horseback-riding and much more. This camp is designed for siblings to enjoy the camp experience together.
Junior Camps (Ages 9-13)
Junior 1 - June 24-July 1
Junior 2 - July 1-8
Camp Mohaven was built in order to offer children the opportunity to know God better through nature. Summer at Mohaven facilitates the building of that eternal relationship. We have so many that want to attend from this age group that we have two weeks of Junior camp (Jr. 1 & Jr. 2). Many choose to stay for both camps, Jr. 1 & Jr. 2!!
Horse Camp (Ages 12-17)
Dates: June 24-July 1
If you love to spend time on Horseback this camp is for you. Join your friends at Camp Mohaven. Spend your days riding the trails of Mohaven and then back for supper. Enjoy an overnight campout too. Bring your own horse if you prefer. Earn Pathfinder Honors. CHA level 1 will be taught. Space is limited.
Ski Camp (Ages 12-17)
Dates: July 1-8
Wake boarding, tubing, skiing and having fun in the sun. Need we say more? Space is limited.
Teen (Ages 14-17)
Dates: July 8-15
Teen camp is about friendship. Strengthening relationships with God and with your friends is the goal of the staff at Mohaven. This week will be a chance for adventure and discovery in personal, social and spiritual growth.
Learn basic techniques while exploring Nature.
Be creative and unlock your artistic talent.
Improve your gymnastic ability and learn new moves as you enjoy a good time with friends.
Horsemanship/American Indian Living
Always a favorite, horsemanship has been paired with learning about American Indian history and lifestyle.
Many illustrations from nature are used by biblical authors, and as we observe the natural world we shall be enabled by the Holy Spirit to more fully understand the lessons of God’s word.
Outdoor Living Skills
Be adventurous, sharpen your outdoor living skills. Build a fire and cook over it, shoot a bow and arrow, learn to distinguish hoof prints from foot prints, and learn how to determine your way north.
Learn rock climbing skills, feel the burn as you climb toward the sky!
Sports (basketball & soccer)
This active class gives you the opportunity to be challenged on the court & on the field, develop your skills.
The pool is cool! From beginners to the more advanced, you can always learn a better stroke. Come for a swim!
What to Pack...
- A great attitude. Bring a bag of joy to camp, others will love you for it.
- Willingness to help and to learn
- Openness to new things
- Friendliness to others
- Pillow and Sleeping bag
- toothbrush and toothpaste
- 2 towels, one for the pool and one for the shower
- Closed toed shoes and one pair of long pants. These items are especially important if you want to ride horse or play some of our camp games.
- Generally clothing
- Phone Card or Phone (The counselor will hold this until phone time in the evening)
What to leave home...
- Mean and pouty attitudes. Dude they just won't work while you are having fun.
- Knives and other weapons, tobacco, drugs and alcohol.
- Any electronics (except the previously mentioned phone). These are safer at home. This includes:
- Gameboys and similar devices
- iPods and similar devices
- RC cars, etc.
- Your stinky socks. Please bring only clean laundry to camp!