For a complete schedule of date and times camps offered for children ages 14-18, visit our Summer Camp Schedule page.
Lots of what you like most- hanging out with your friends. Oh yeah and swimming, ropes course, getting to know each other, yourself and God, and all your other favorite camp activities.
This popular week is for the thrill seekers who want to get their adrenaline pumping. Jam-packed full of high energy activities at camp and topped off by a day trip to Dorney Park and Wild Water Kingdom! Chill on the lazy river, swim in the wave pool, go 75 miles an hour on a roller coaster and scream at the top of your lungs with your new best friends.
Stay up late and sleep in! You will do a plethora of camp activities and night games in the dark hours of the night while the rest of camp is asleep. You choose with your cabin group!
If outdoor exploration is your goal, then this 2 week camp is for you! Begin your expedition by hiking the Appalachian Trail for 4 days. Come back to camp for a shower and gear change out, then head out for 4 days and 3 night on the Delaware River by canoe. This trip will allow you to challenge yourself in a great community of people in God’s amazing creation.
Do you love the community and activities at camp but also appreciate the comforts of a bathroom down the hall? This is the perfect week for you. Live in the comfort of the lodges and enjoy the time to hang out with your friends too!
For those with a creative flair! Act, sing, dance, and make music during this week in addition to your favorite camp activities. Bring your musical instrument or whatever you need to aid you in your artistic expression! The week will conclude with a performance from your unit with all of camp and parents.
If you have a sense of adventure this is for you! Before setting off, brush up on your canoe skills, learn the basics of river safety and get to know your fellow paddlers. Then embark on a four day, three night canoe trip down the fabled Delaware River. These days include outdoor cooking, learning the skills you need to survive from our experienced staff and most importantly, an adventure you will never forget! Limited Space.
Part 1 of the Leadership Track: Who are you, as a leader?
At Jburg, we believe that positive leadership is grounded in faith. Learn how a growing faith can guide you through life’s challenges and help you navigate life. This is the perfect precursor for those campers who wish to pursue leadership in their life or the Leadership Training Program at Johnsonburg.
(For students entering 11th grade.)
Part 2 of the Leadership Track
Who are you as a leader, within the larger group? The LTP is a three-week program that gives participants a chance to sharpen their leadership skills. Week 1 focuses on group dynamics, communication skills, personal faith development, and familiarity with the Biblical theme. Week 2 continues the group building process and emphasizes all areas of camp. Apply new skills the 3rd week as you assist with campers.
(For students entering 12th grade)
Completion of Pre-Leadership is not mandatory for entry into the LT program.
Part 3 of the Leadership Track
How can you serve? With increased instruction and responsibilities, CREW will continue to allow you to develop leadership skills. Assist with campers, service projects and program leadership.
Completion of PLTP or LTP is not mandatory for entry into CREW.
(For students entering college in the fall)