High school can be hectic–students have to balance school, sports, clubs, jobs and family time… all while trying to figure out their futures! At Camp Rivercrest, we understand that. It is our hope that one week at camp away from all your typical stress will be a refreshing set-apart time…and also lots of fun! At high school camp, we present the Gospel of Jesus Christ in a whole new way, a deeper step that will make sense to new believers as well as provide a challenge to long-time followers in their walk with God. Of course, we mix in plenty of high-energy recreation, team competitions, practical speakers and seminars, amazing worship, personal and group reflection time, and a variety of free-time options.Campers can enjoy swimming, sliding down the Black Banana, or just hanging out with friends at the Snack Shack. More daring campers can try their talents on the Mini Bikes, Paintball course, or take a leap of faith on the High Ropes course! Come and experience what the hype is all about!


Senior High Camp

JULY 19-24, 2020
Cost is $440




important info

Drop-off and pickup time

  • Drop-off time is Sunday from 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm

  • Pick-up time is Friday at 4:00 pm

What to Bring:

  • Bible, Notebook, Pens

  • Bed Roll or Sleeping Bag and Pillow

  • Soap, Toothbrush, Toothpaste, Deodorant, Shampoo etc.

  • Beach Towel and Bath Towel

  • Medications- ALL medications and supplements must be in the original container. Prescription medications (including inhalers and epipens) must have either an attached prescription label or a signed letter from a physician.

  • Sunscreen and bug spray

  • Closed-toed shoes and Slip-ons for pool area

  • Jeans (required for some activities)

  • Camp-appropriate clothing

  • Swimwear (modest- no two piece unless it covers the tummy)

  • Rain gear and clothes that can get muddy

  • Flashlight and Batteries

  • Camera

  • Extra Money- to purchase snacks and items in snack shack (or buy a snack shack card)

  • Stamped, addressed envelopes to send to family and friends while at camp.

What NOT to Bring:

Cell phones, electronics (except for cameras), fireworks, matches, lighters, drugs of any kind, knives and weapons of any kind, bubble gum or sunflower seeds, skateboards, bikes

Packing Tips:

  1. LABEL EVERYTHING–Put your name on your clothes, camera, Bible, pillow, sleeping bag, etc.

  2. Pack your clothes in a soft sided duffel type bag. These will fit under the beds easily.

  3. Leave valuables at home including jewelry, keepsakes, smartphones, etc.