A Christian summer camp that will open your child’s heart to God.

Set in the beautiful Pocono Mountains in northeastern Pennsylvania, the sleepover summer camps at Spruce Lake puts kids in the midst of God’s creation for a week of fun, Bible teaching, and adventure.

The campground has more than 800 acres of woodlands, waterfalls, and mountain streams.

Campers love the 500-foot zip line, the 3-person climbing tower, archery range, kayaking, power swing, swimming at the pool, adventure programming, outdoor exploration, and daily fireside worship and Bible teaching.

All camp activities are age-appropriate, and each team member and counselor is carefully selected, screened and trained to meet the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of campers.

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On-site Summer Camps (by age group)

Discoverers (Ages 7-10)

Introduces younger campers to all the fun outdoor activities and to being away from home.

Trekkers (Ages 10-12)

Campers explore new interests, try new skills, and enjoy more activity options.

Adventurers (Ages 12-14)

Counselors and speakers engage campers in conversations about spiritual and relational issues, with God and others.

Navigators (Ages 14-18)

Senior high campers enjoy positive relationships with peers and staff while exploring issues of life, relationships, and faith.

Expeditions (Ages 12-18)

Junior expeditions are single-gender trips for ages 12-14. Senior expeditions are co-ed trips for ages 14-18. Each day campers will have opportunities for personal and spiritual growth.

“Just picked up my fourth grader from Spruce Lake and he’s already looking forward to going back. He said the counselors were helpful and friendly, the food was great, and the beds were clean and comfortable.”

Typical Day for a Camper

Campers are always on the move. The counselors keep kids engaged with field activities, pool games, conquering adventure courses, and more! The evenings are low-key. After dinner, there’s time set aside for worship, devotions, and a message from that week’s pastor.

Example Daily Itinerary

7:30 am – Breakfast at tents
8:00 am – Devotions
9:00 am – Tent Activities (Examples: Tie Dying, Archery, Hiking, Outdoor Cooking, Candle Making, Ropes Course, Sports, Crafts)
12:00 pm – Lunch
1:00 pm – Afternoon Activities (Examples: Swimming, Snack Shop, Free Time)
5:30 pm – Dinner
7:00 pm – Recreation hour
8:00 pm – Fireside worship
10:30 pm – Lights out


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