Kish Partial Week (Grades 2-4)

June 12–16, 2018
(4 night) $419
July 1–4, 2018
(3 night) $359
July 5–7, 2018
(2 night) $249
July 15–18, 2018
(3 night) $409
July 18–21, 2018
(3 night) $409

Summer Camp 2018 registration is open!

Kishwauketoe (or “Kish” for short) is for the campers entering 2nd through 4th grade that are looking for an overnight experience at Covenant Harbor. 

The Kish Partial Week (Grades 2-4) is perfect for those campers who are interested in trying out an overnight experience for the first time. Campers will see what it’s like to stay in a cabin, eat meals in the Lodge dining hall, and bond with their fellow Kish campers and counselors.


During a day at Kish, campers can try out the banana boat and adventure activities, wear their PJ’s to the evening session, sing new songs, learn about God, choose treats at the camp store, and more.

By its nature, this option does not allow campers to try every activity, but for two, three, or four nights they get a great taste of the overnight camp experience.

Age Groups

NEW THIS YEAR: the grade for our camp programs is based on the upcoming (fall 2018 – spring 2019) school year. Therefore, the Kish Partial Week (Grades 2-4) summer camps will be filled with campers who have finished 1st, 2nd and 3rd grade.


There is only so much you can grasp from pictures and our website. A tour is a great way to see camp for yourself while you hear from our staff details of what camp is like.  Please visit our FAQ section to find out more details about tours.


Early Registration – Save $35 when you register and pay in full by March 15 – no exceptions. Please note: meeting the early registration discount does not guarantee camp availability.

Learn More About Discounts

What to Bring

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. Modest swimsuits are required. See the list below for what to bring, or look at the Overnight Camp Packing List.

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. This money will allow them to purchase things during free time (only once each day) at our camp stores without having to keep track of cash. There is candy, snacks, soda, water and Gatorade ranging from $.25 to $2.00. Kish Partial Week (Grades 2-4) campers are limited to $1.50 per day on candy and soda and $2.00 per day on whole grain snacks or fruit. Water and Gatorade are not limited. They can also purchase camp merchandise ranging from $.25 to $45.00 from the store. Campers also have an opportunity to donate a portion of their spending money (between $0-$5.00) to our mission project.

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.

Cabin Requests

It is great to invite your friends to come to camp with you, and we want to make it possible for your camper to be in a cabin with his/her friends. There is a spot on the registration form (cabin mate requests), where you can list the names of up to two other people your camper would like to be housed with. Due to the size of our cabins and our desire to form a healthy cabin community, we will not put more than three campers together in one cabin.  If your group is larger than three, campers will be separated in different cabins based on first choice cabin mate requests.


Check-in begins at 3:00 PM on the first day of camp. 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 the parent welcome and kickoff following check-in.

Late drop-off/early pick-up

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 week because of the negative experience that it has on your camper and other campers.


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.

The safety and security of your camper is our top priority at Covenant Harbor. For more information about our accreditation, please visit the  American Camp Association website.

Counselor to Camper Ratio

Our counselor to camper ratios exceeds state required mandates. Most cabins of overnight campers have a counselor to camper ratio of 1:8. Some cabins have 1 counselor with 9 campers and some cabins have 2 counselors with 10-12 campers.  Please visit our FAQ section for more inforation about our ratios.

Dietary Needs

A significant number of campers have unique dietary needs that can be easily accommodated.  Our main dining facility is completely nut-free, as is our primary camp store. Please notify our registrar ( of any specific camper needs at least 3 weeks in advance so that we may fully accommodate your camper.  Please visit our FAQ section to learn more about our kitchen’s accommodations.


We strive to make our waterfront a safe place for campers. We have specially trained lifeguard that are all certified. The waterfront staff supervises all waterfront activities including swimming and boating. Please visit our FAQ section for more information about our waterfront guidelines.

Onsite Health Care

We provide an onsite RN while campers are here during the summer. The RN works with our student nurses and is on duty 24 hours per day. Please visit our FAQ section to learn more about our onsite health care.

Security Policy

Covenant Harbor is private property, and all members of full time and summer staff are required to wear nametags at all times. Our staff is trained to question any adults without a name tag. Please visit our FAQ section for more information about our summer staff and training process.

Every day is filled with a mix great activities, relationship building and Bible teaching.

Typical Day

Due to the changing nature of our programs, each week offers a different mix of activities. Below is a very general outline of what each day includes. However, each day is a bit different than the one before.


8:15     Breakfast
Morning     Session – Age appropriate Bible teaching, worship and small group time
    Activities – Waterfront time or new adventures
12:00     Lunch
Afternoon     Free Time – Swimming, arts & crafts, carpetball and more
    Camp Store – Purchase snacks and camp merchandise
    Cabin Adventure – A unique activity with the counselor and cabin group
5:30     Dinner
Evening     Activity – Big games, campfires and more
    Evening Session – Bible teaching, worship and story time
    Get ready for bed
9:00     Lights Out



Kish Partial Week (Grades 2-4) campers experience many of Covenant Harbor’s great activities while enjoying a few special Kishwauketoe activities too. More information and photos of our activities can be found on our Activities page.


The Kishwauketoe facility is private and intimate with four cabins, a covered wagon, and a tree house. There is a separate bathroom facility for girls and boys respectively. An air conditioned meeting space, nature center and playground are also a part of the Kish facility. More information and photos of the Kish facility can be found in the Lodging section.