Sites and Activities
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
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
One of the unique things about Camp Wyoming is our special Christwalk service. At the end of every week, campers set out on a journey where they meet characters from the Bible who have had an encounter with Jesus. These characters are performed by staff members who have read about and researched a specific person... read more
Popular author Gary Thomas’s book Sacred Pathways explores the idea that maybe all of us worship and connect with God in different ways. “Within the Christian faith there are many different and acceptable ways of demonstrating our love for God. Our temperaments will cause us to be more comfortable in some of these expressions than... read more
Check out this video on the sights of Camp Wyoming.