Kishwauketoe

Grades 2 - 4

Kishwauketoe

Kishwauketoe – Partial Week (Grades 2-4)

Dates

Cost

Boy's Availability

Girl's Availability

June 13-16 *3 nights

$469

No

Yes

July 9-11 *2 nights

$329

No

No

July 11-14 *3 nights

$469

No

No

Kishwauketoe – Full Week (Grades 2-4)

Dates

Cost

Boy's Availability

Girl's Availability

June 18-23

$614

Yes

No

June 25-30

$614

Yes

No

July 2-7

$614

Yes

Yes

July 16-21

$699

Yes

No

July 23-28

$699

No

No

July 30-August 4

$699

No

No

Kishwauketoe

Kishwauketoe (or “Kish” for short) is for the campers entering 2nd through 4th grade that are looking for an overnight experience at Covenant Harbor. Kish offers partial week (2 or 3 nights) and full week (5 nights) camp experiences for your camper.

Kish is a great way to introduce the overnight camp experience.

Because of its unique location, intentionally smaller group size and age appropriate programming, Kish is a great way to introduce your 2nd through 4th grader to overnight camp. We purposefully limit the number of campers at Kish to help them feel comfortable in the Kishwauketoe Village and to feel like a part of the community during their time at camp.

Kish is fun.

The programs are packed with activities like the waterfront, tree swing, adventure activities, arts and crafts, carpetball, campfires (and smores!) and so much more! Kish kids spend the week getting to know their cabin mates and counselor, making decisions about what activities they choose to do each day, growing in independence and decision-making at the canteen, and singing songs and playing silly games during sessions.

Kish is unique for them.

Our trained staff works hard each year to create opportunities for campers of this age to partake in experiences for the first time that they may not have the chance to participate in anywhere else. Each activity, session and interaction helps kids learn more about themselves, others and Jesus. Our schedule and Bible programs are designed to be age-appropriate and engaging so kids learn while having fun.

Kishwauketoe Schedule

Kishwauketoe full-week programs begin on Sunday afternoons and conclude in the late afternoon on Fridays. Partial weeks are available on a few different time frames to meet a variety of schedules. Please see the complete schedule at the top of the page for more details. Our programs are unique for each age group of campers as well. To learn more about what a typical day of camp looks like, you can read more through the button below.

Summer Camp Days

Kishwauketoe

Morning:

  • Breakfast (about 8:15am)
  • Morning Worship Session
  • Snack and Rest 
  • Large Group Activity Rotations
  • Cabin Activity 

Afternoon:

  • Lunch (about 12:45pm)
  • Choose-Your-Own-Adventure 
  • Canteen 
  • Group Discussion
  • Rest

Evening:

  • Dinner (about 5:30pm)
  • Large Group Game or Campfire
  • Evening Worship Session
  • Get Ready for Bed (about 8:30pm)
  • Lights Out (about 9:00pm)

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Age Groups

Age Groups:

Note that the grade for our camp programs is based on the upcoming (2023-2024) school year. Therefore, during the summer, Kish (grades 2-4) camps will be filled with campers who have finished 1st, 2nd and 3rd grade. Kish campers must be at least 6 years old by their week of camp to register. 

Finding the right camp fit for your camper is important, especially for those campers in between programs. Campers entering 4th grade have the option of a Kishwauketoe week of camp or our Pier 30 camp.

To help, start by asking yourself a few questions about your camper.

  • Does your camper prefer to play with younger children?
  • Does your camper enjoy being a part of a smaller setting?
  • Does your camper prefer a more structured, routine, supportive environment with more boundaries in place?
  • Has your child spent less than two nights away from home without you?

If you answered yes to some of these questions, Kish might be the right fit!

You know your camper best, so we encourage you to trust what you feel would be most beneficial for your camper. If you have any questions or concerns about which program is best for your camper, please give us a call at 262-248-3600.

Arrival and Departure Information

Arrival and Departure Information

For reasons of safety and security, specific information regarding arrival and departure is sent directly via email to registered campers only. Please call our office with any questions. Our staff does not assume responsibility for campers until the conclusion of check-in.

Upon arrival to check-in, our staff will greet you at your car and will guide you through our check-in process.

Late arrival or early pick-up is not recommended and should be considered only in extreme circumstances. If you must arrive late for any reason please call our office in advance so we may prepare for your arrival. Early pick-up can be arranged at check-in. If you are looking to pick up your camper early on the last day of camp, this must happen before 12pm.

Directions

A variety of routes make Covenant Harbor accessible from any surrounding area. Our address is 1724 W Main St., Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. See our Map and Directions page for detailed arrival instructions.

What to Bring

Packing List:

Campers should have a range of clothes for any weather. Clothing should allow campers to be active. Include closed-toe shoes for activities and water shoes for swimming. A detailed packing list will be sent after you register along with the parent manual.

What NOT to Bring: 

Do not bring cell phones or any pets, electronic devices (including CD players, game systems, and iPods), personal sports equipment, firearms, weapons of any kind, fireworks, tobacco, alcohol or drugs.

Campers will have one opportunity to turn in their cell phones on the first night of camp. Any cell phones discovered after that point may result in immediate dismissal from the camp program.

*Please note that peanuts/tree-nuts or peanut/tree-nut products are not allowed.

Spending Money:

Prior to camp (recommended) and at check-in, you will have the opportunity to deposit money in your camper’s spending money account. TPrior to camp (recommended) and at check-in, you will have the opportunity to deposit money in your camper’s spending money account. Campers have the opportunity to visit the camp store each day.  Depositing spending money allows your camper to make choices without having to keep track of any cash.  The store carries candy (.25-1.50), snacks (.25-2.00), drinks (.50-2.00), souvenirs (.25-25.00) and clothing (5.00-45.00).  Campers are only allowed to go to the store once each day and are limited per day on the amount spent on candy and snacks. We do not limit water or Gatorade.

Mission Project: 

Throughout the week, campers will learn about this project and will have the opportunity to donate a portion of their spending money (between $0-$5.00) to our mission project.

Helpful Information

How to register:

You can view information about summer camp registration and available discounts through the button below.

SUMMER CAMP REGISTRATION

Summer camp availability:

You can view the most up to date availability for each week and program for summer camp 2023 through the button below. Please note that this page is updated twice a day, however, some information may be different through the online registration form.

SUMMER CAMP AVAILABILITY

Summer Frequently Asked Questions:

If you still have questions about Covenant Harbor, summer camp, registration or other things, please read through our Frequently Asked Questions.

SUMMER CAMP FAQS

Camper Health and Safety: 

If you would like to read about Covenant Harbor’s health and safety information for the summer, you can read that information below.

CAMPER HEALTH AND SAFETY

Contact Us:

If you cannot find the answer to your questions online, or if you have additional questions or concerns, please contact our office at 262-248-3600 or by email. Thank you!

"I learned how to be kinder, calmer and braver." -Kishwauketoe Summer Camper

"I learned that trying something new doesn’t have to be so bad." -Kishwauketoe Summer Camper

"My favorite part was making new friends and hanging out with old friends." - Kishwauketoe Summer Camper

"I learned that God is so nice." - Kishwauketoe Summer Camper