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Middle School Adventure Camps 

12-14 year olds (11-year-olds for 6th Grade Breakout)

Middle School Adventure Camps offer activities beyond resident camp. Adventure camp programs are geared toward a specific population group (age and/or gender), or activity. Depending on the adventure camp, campers will participate in activities designed specifically for their group. Different adventure camps are offered every week of the summer and are limited to a smaller family group size than the resident camps. Each specific adventure camp activity is staffed by a trained resource person, in addition to the senior counselor(s) assigned to the group. Adventure camps offer opportunities for campers to complete physical challenges, take time for spiritual reflection, learn new skills and make new friends. Campers will also spend time participating in all-camp activities such as campfires and the talent show. Adventure campers may be housed in cabins, lodges, tents, or covered outdoor platforms. Cabinmate requests are not necessary for adventure camps.

Tekoa's program and resource staff continually look for ways to improve the adventure camp programs, including scouting new trails, rivers and rocks, allowing the programs to change and advance from year to year. Weather conditions also play a factor in deciding the route or location of an adventure camp activity.

Click on the camp below to learn more, get waivers, info sheets and mock schedules:


Breakout! (rising 6th Graders) 

Traverse (All Girls)

Journey (All Girls)

Explorer (All Girls)

Overboard! (All Boys)

Trailblazer (All Boys)

Water Adventure

Survivor 



High School Adventure Camps

14-17 year olds

High School Adventure Camps offer activities beyond resident camp. Adventure camp programs are geared toward a specific population group (age and/or gender) or activity. Depending on the adventure camp, campers will participate in activities designed specifically for their group. Different adventure camps are offered every week of the summer and are limited to a smaller family group size than the resident camps. Each specific adventure camp activity is staffed by a trained resource person, in addition to the senior counselor(s) assigned to the group. Adventure camps offer opportunities for campers to complete physical challenges, take time for spiritual reflection, learn new skills and make new friends. Campers will also spend time participating in all-camp activities such as campfires and the talent show. Adventure campers may be housed in cabins, lodges, tents, or covered outdoor platforms. Cabinmate requests are not necessary for adventure camps.

Tekoa's program and resource staff continually look for ways to improve the adventure camp programs, including scouting new trails, rivers and rocks, allowing the programs to change and advance from year-to-year. Weather conditions also play a factor in deciding the route or location of an adventure camp activity.

Click on the camp below to learn more, get waivers, info sheets and mock schedules:


Water Adventure

Ultimate Challenge

Survivor

Expedition

2Ex: Expedition Extreme 

Blitz! (rising 9th Graders)