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Why We Need To Go Outside

by Stacie Hoppman on July 1,2020 in Sites and Activities with No Comments

Why We Need To Go Outside

We’ve noticed an interesting trend at camp the last few years. More and more kids are showing up at the health center complaining of these strange, itchy, red bumps. It is the first time in their life that they have encountered a mosquito bite. It’s a new phenomenon for them that inspires alarm and is... read more

Camp Activities at Home

by Stacie Hoppman on March 16,2020 in Sites and Activities with No Comments

Camp Activities at Home

Are you stuck at home with the kids this week? Wondering what you’re supposed to do during these recommended days of self-isolation? We wanted to give you some fun ideas to do with the whole family and even introduce some of the excitement that camp brings. Try having a camp out! It might be too... read more

Super Wacky Adventure Time

by Stacie Hoppman on October 23,2019 in Camp Talk Sites and Activities Summer Camp with No Comments

Super Wacky Adventure Time

One of the best parts of camp is the traditions. You can count on gathering together around the campfire on Sunday night to worship in community. You can count on meals in the dining hall or cooked over the fire, but always shared together as a group so that you have a place at the... read more

Sacred Space. Growing Faith: The Importance of Sabbath

by Stacie Hoppman on February 24,2015 in Growing Faith Sites and Activities with No Comments

Sacred Space. Growing Faith: The Importance of Sabbath

For so many people, nature and the outdoors is a place where they can more easily sense the presence of God. It is a place of refuge, peace, and silence. In nature, there is no ringing, beeping, sirens, or chimes. Instead, you hear the rustling of leaves, chirping of birds, and the gurgling of water.... read more

Horsethief Cave

by admin on July 12,2013 in Sites and Activities with No Comments

Horsethief Cave

Almost every camper who visits Camp Wyoming takes the hike out past P.J. meadow, past the labyrinth, through Cedar Point, and over the Swinging Bridge to Horsethief Cave.  It’s a cave filled with legends and stories that are told and shared each time the cave is visited.  Many groups have Bible studies in the cave... read more