Pier 30

Grades 4 - 9th

Pier 30 2024

Pier 30 (Grades 4-6)

Dates

Cost

Boy's Availability

Girl's Availability

June 9-14

$709

Yes

Yes

June 30-July 5

$709

Yes

Yes

July 7-12

$774

No

No

July 28-August 2

$774

No

No

August 4-7 *3 Nights (3rd-7th Grade)

$519

No

No

Pier 30 (Grades 7-9)

Dates

Cost

Boy's Availability

Girl's Availability

June 16-21

$749

Yes

Yes

June 23-28

$749

No

No

July 14-19

$814

No

No

July 21-26

$814

No

No

Pier 30 is our most uniquely programmed overnight camp.

It follows a traditional camp format with plenty of Covenant Harbor twists. Along with participating in engaging worship sessions, meals, and big games, all campers get a small cabin experience with a few other campers and one or two of our excellent counselors to build relationships with and navigate the week together. 

Pier 30 campers will have the opportunity to experience the many different elements and areas of Covenant Harbor.

The week will include many classic camp favorites like swimming, arts and crafts, carpetball, and adventure activities like the high ropes course or climbing tower. Each activity invites campers to challenge themselves and to grow in skills, independence, and confidence. Each year they come to Pier 30 will be unique and different from the last because the program is designed to grow with each camper. 

The Pier 30 program offers an adventurous week for campers to learn about themselves, others and Jesus.

Daily worship sessions provide opportunities for campers to learn age-appropriate biblical lessons and principles. Alongside a trained staff who care deeply about them, Pier 30 campers will experience Christ in new and adventurous ways and continue to learn how to have a lifelong relationship with God!

Pier 30 Programs

Pier 30 Grades 4-6th Program

Our 4th-6th grade Pier 30 program is designed to provide activities that enable the campers to participate in activities that emphasize team building, experiential learning, and problem solving. Through team adventures with their cabin groups, campers will participate in a variety of dynamic activities that will challenge them to work with their group in order to foster relationships and develop important life skills. There will be endless opportunities for our 4th-6th grade campers to discover their God-given talents while experiencing incredible adventures and building friendships that could last a lifetime!

Pier 30 Grades 7-9th Program

Our 7th-9th grade Pier 30 program is uniquely designed to challenge the campers to practice independence through the freedom of choosing a skill that they will spend time practicing throughout the week. During registration, each camper gets to select a skill on which to spend focused time each day, with a trained instructor. We have a wide variety of skill options ranging from purely recreational to focused instruction. In addition to the skills they choose, campers will be encouraged to participate in “TAG” or time alone with God that gives them the opportunity to practice quiet reflection time with the Lord.

Pier 30 Schedule

Most Pier 30 programs begin on Sunday afternoons and conclude in the late afternoon on Friday. Every day is filled with a mix of great activities, relationship building and Bible teaching. 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 Day

Pier 30 Grades 4-6th

Morning:

  • Breakfast (about 8:00am)
  • Morning Session with Worship
  • Team Adventure
  • Cabin Debrief

Afternoon:

  • Lunch (about 12:30pm)
  • “TAG” or Time Alone with God
  • Free Time
  • Cabin Hangout or Rest Time

Evening:

  • Dinner (about 5:30pm)
  • Front Lawn Hangout
  • Large Group Game
  • Evening Session with Worship
  • Cabin Debrief and Devotional
  • Lights Out (about 9:45pm)

Pier 30 Grades 7-9th

Morning:

  • Breakfast (about 8:00am)
  • Morning Worship Session
  • Skills
  • Cabin Debrief

Afternoon:

  • Lunch (about 12:30pm)
  • “TAG” or Time Alone with God
  • Free Time
  • Cabin Hangout and Counselor Led Fun

Evening:

  • Dinner (about 5:30pm)
  • Front Lawn Hangout
  • Large Group Game
  • Evening Worship Session
  • Cabin Debrief and Devotional
  • Lights Out (about 10:00pm)

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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. We will not allow a camper to be picked up and dropped off more than once during the camp day because of the negative experience that it has on your camper and other campers. If you are looking to pick up your camper 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.

Closing Ceremony

You are free to depart with your camper once their counselor has the release card. However, after you have picked up your camper(s), your family has the opportunity to stay at camp for a closing ceremony. We highly recommend and encourage your family to stay for the closing ceremony to celebrate the week! Experience first hand what your campers did and learned during the week. Many of our staff members will be there for you to talk with as well. 

Camper and Family Surveys

Before your camper leaves camp or when you return home, we ask them to fill out a survey. Once they are home, we want to hear from you after you and your camper have had a chance to debrief. These surveys are important as they help us learn how to better serve campers and their families.

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, smart watches, 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. Prior 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.

For Pier 30 (Grades 7-9) only - Skills Descriptions & Availability

Skills Descriptions and Availability: 

Explore: Hike to a brand new destination, swing through the treetops, climb to the top of the indoor rock wall and even spend some time building a fort. With so much to explore, you’re bound to see something new and exciting!

Date: June 16-21 June 23-28 July 14-19 July 21-26
Cost: $0 $0 $0 $0
Availability: Yes Yes Yes Yes

 

Adventure: Adventure is out there in so many different spots at camp! Climb to a view. Make a delicious campfire meal, practice your aim at target sports and even share a laugh with a new friend on the giant swing. As always, it’s about the journey through the week of new adventures.

Date: June 16-21 June 23-28 July 14-19 July 21-26
Cost: $40 $40 $40 $40
Availability: Yes Full Full Yes

 

Climb: Climb higher and higher on a variety of different challenge courses at camp. Try your hand at the climbing tower, high ropes course and a few other unique climbs opened just for this skill. And don’t forget to celebrate your hard climb up with a zipline ride!

Date: June 16-21 June 23-28 July 14-19 July 21-26
Cost: $60 $60 $60 $60
Availability: Yes Full Full Yes

 

Swim: Spend extra time down on the sunny shores of Geneva Lake. Jump on the water trampoline, soar off the rope swing, splash in the water or even catch a fish. There are so many different things to do at the waterfront every day.

Date: June 16-21 June 23-28 July 14-19 July 21-26
Cost: $0 $0 $0 $0
Availability: Yes Full Full Full

 

Paddle & Sail: Paddle, surf, sail through the clear waters around the lakefront. Practice your balance on paddle boards, join a friend in a canoe and even start to learn how to sail. Campers must be deep swimmers in order to participate.

Date: June 16-21 June 23-28 July 14-19 July 21-26
Cost: $80 $80 $80 $80
Availability: Full Full Full Full

 

Boat: Strap on a life jacket, jump on a speed boat and race through the waters. Every day will hold a different high speed activity like tubing, water skiing, wakeboarding and banana boating. Campers must be deep swimmers in order to participate.

Date: June 16-21 June 23-28 July 14-19 July 21-26
Cost: $130 $130 $130 $130
Availability: Full Full Full Full

 

Games: Games of all kinds and every variety, fast or slow, big or small. Whether you’re looking for a game of pickleball, laser tag or going on a scavenger hunt around camp, this skill is for game players.

Date: June 16-21 June 23-28 July 14-19 July 21-26
Cost: $0 $0 $0 $0
Availability: Yes Yes Yes Yes

 

Recreation: Try your hand at creating something new in art and practice your aim at target sports. Test out your balance slacklining and learn to cook something for your friends and family. This skill will give you a whole week of classic camp activities to the max.

Date: June 16-21 June 23-28 July 14-19 July 21-26
Cost: $40 $40 $40 $40
Availability: Yes Yes Yes Yes

 

Mixed Sampler: Can’t decide which skill is right? Get a little taste of everything! This mixed skill will spend some time swimming in the water, playing some games of laser tag, and adventuring on the tree swing.

Date: June 16-21 June 23-28 July 14-19 July 21-26
Cost: $0 $0 $0 $0
Availability: Yes Full Full Full

 

Sampler: Looking for something in between but a little more than just a mix? Sample has it all! Jump on the giant swing, paddle a canoe, cook something over a campfire and learn to slackline together. You’ll always be trying something different.

Date: June 16-21 June 23-28 July 14-19 July 21-26
Cost: $20 $20 $20 $20
Availability: Yes Full Full Full

 

Create: Looking for something you can create with your hands and your imagination? Get inspired by creation and paint with watercolor, as well as build and paint your own ceramics. With this skill you will stretch your imagination and create something new!

Date: June 16-21 June 23-28 July 14-19 July 21-26
Cost: $40 $40 $40 $40
Availability: Yes Yes Yes Yes

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 2024 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 didn’t know anyone at first but my favorite part of camp was making all new friends." -Pier 30 Summer Camper

"This was the best week I have had in a long time. I feel so close to God." -Pier 30 Summer Camper

"I learned that God never stops choosing you." -Pier 30 Summer Camper

"I learned how important it is to try new things even when they scare you." -Pier 30 Summer Camper