Summer Camp 2024 Registration Is Open
November 15, 2023
7:00 a.m. CST
A Word from Our Executive Director
This summer starts our 77th year of ministry, and we are ready!
Camp is one of the best ways for kids to unplug from technology and experience the fun and normalcy campers need in order to grow and thrive. We look forward to helping them step away from their everyday routines, try something new, grow in confidence, and enjoy those classic camp activities.
At Covenant Harbor, every aspect of our creative programs are designed around your camper in order to give them high quality, attentive, safe and fun experiences. Your camper will learn about Jesus, try new things, learn independence, make new friends and create memories that will last a lifetime.
You can trust that our summer staff are carefully selected for their abilities to joyfully lead and mentor your child well. They undergo extensive screening prior to hire and complete detailed training before summer begins so that they can love kids and share Jesus.
We look forward to seeing you and your camper this summer!
Choose a Summer Camp Experience
We are excited about the possibility of serving you and your child at any of our summer camps. To get started, choose a camp below to learn more.
Day Camp offers unique weekly programming for campers entering 1st-6th grades. Many camp favorites are packed into a condensed daily schedule of age-appropriate programming. Our Bible program and activity offerings change weekly to allow campers to have a blast whether they come for one week or every week!Day Camps (1st – 6th Grades)
Kishwauketoe is an introductory overnight camp program for campers entering 2nd-4th grades. Kish campers grow their independence, learn about God together, and soak up tons of play time. Two-, three-, and five-night options in an intentionally small community create achievable opportunities for campers to have a successful experience, whether they are ready for a couple of nights away or a full week of fun.Kishwauketoe (2nd – 4th Grades)
Pier 30 is an action-packed classic camp experience for campers entering 4th-9th grades. Pier 30 campers enjoy lots of activity time and high-energy large-group activities. 7th-9th graders dedicate part of their time at camp to honing a skill of their choosing. Pier 30 is a great place for campers to learn about themselves, try something new, and grow in their faith.Pier 30 (4th – 9th Grades)
10th-12th graders get a behind-the-scenes look at Covenant Harbor through Alpha. This longer program, rooted in service and discipleship, gives campers a glimpse into what it’s like to work at Covenant Harbor and creates space for them to develop their leadership, deepen their faith, and foster lifelong friendships.Alpha (10th-12th Grade)
Financial assistance is available. We don't want anyone to miss out on camp because of financial need.Scholarship Application
More Summer Camp Information
Why Summer Camp?
Perhaps as you consider signing your child up for summer camp, you’ve asked yourself, “Why does summer camp matter?”
The answers are the very reason that we continue to hold summer camp at Covenant Harbor year after year. In all honesty, we could respond to this question in countless ways, but we’ve condensed it down to our top five!
Summer Camp Days
Camp Activities and Schedule:
Every program and week is a little bit different from the next, but we want to give you a little more information about what a week looks and feels like for each camper.
Summer Camp Health and Safety
Camper Health and Safety:
Covenant Harbor takes health and safety standards very seriously. They are some of the most important parts of the summer camp experience. Here are a few examples of how Covenant Harbor is preparing a safe and healthy camp environment for summer 2024.
- Nut Free Environment – We want to ensure that campers with food allergies are well taken care of and one of the ways we do that is by having a strict no nut policy in our cabins, dining facilities, and camp stores. We ask all families to participate by sending snacks that are nut free.
- Washing Stations – Before each meal, we provide washing stations for campers to wash their hands before heading into the lodge to get their meal.
- Health Staff – During the summer we hire professional health staff to ensure that medications are distributed properly and that camps stay safe and healthy at camp. We also have college age student nurses and several of our year round staff are also EMTs.
- Safety Training – All of our staff go through safety training each spring before camp starts this ensures that all of our staff are prepared for any situation that may arise over the summer.
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 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 Digital Brochure
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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!