Thursday 6:30-8:00 pm
Our Youth Group meets on Thursday nights from 6:30 - 8pm in the youth room.
Both Junior High and High School students are invited and encouraged to bring friends for Fun, Fellowship, and Worship. Thursday nights are designed primarily to CONNECT new students with current students and introduce them to God. We accomplish this goal by providing a fun environment with games and/or music followed by a message that is relevant both to current students as well as their friends.
Camp Deposit ($75) due on Thursday (12/10) in order to reserve your spot for Winter Camp
Cost of Camp is $150
All Campers MUST fill out and return the Activity Participation Agreement Form (attached below)
CAMP GUEST GUIDELINES
During COVID-19 (Coronavirus)
At Prescott Pines Camp, we are committed to providing the best possible experience for our guests. In this unprecedented time, we are relying on expert guidance from our state health department and the CDC to provide a safe environment for all who visit camp.
As a camp staff, we have committed to fulfill the following procedures and safety goals:
In preparation for your visit to camp we want to share some expectations for your group. During your time at camp, you will be expected to arrive at your meals and recreation activities at your scheduled time. We ask that you adhere to social distancing guidelines with other groups, and only interact with PPC Staff and your own group. In an effort to minimize illness at camp, we ask that you check on the history of your camper's health 14 days prior to arrival. The best camp sessions start with healthy campers, and this begins at home.
Symptoms to look for:
Shortness of Breath
New loss of Taste or Smell
Other Flu-Like Symptoms
If any of these symptoms are displayed while at camp, please notify a PPC staff member who may recommend the implementation of our quarantine procedures.
Prescott Pines Christian Camp is 85 acres of forested fun! Affiliated with the Southwest Conservative Baptist Association, Prescott Pines welcomes over 11,000 guests per year; Christian groups from diverse backgrounds, as well as school classes, government groups, non-profit organizations, and more. We also sponsor Christ-centered programmed camps throughout the year.
For all people to experience God.
We will help people experience God through:
His Creation, Our Care, and Authentic Community
To be an asset to the local church.
Bring warm clothes! Its cold in the winter here and could possibly even be snowing or raining. Every camper needs a warm coat and/or rain gear.
Depending on your cell phone provider, you will either have partial cell phone coverage or none at all. Verizon is the best for now, AT&T is a close second. Sprint is pretty sketchy and T-Mobile and other smaller companies are probably out of luck.
The camp broadcasts a wireless internet signal from the Welcome Center and Hungry Bear Depot and several of the meeting rooms. You can access this signal using most wi-fi enabled devices. Just click on PrescottPines-Guest.
Prescott Pines is not responsible for any items left behind, lost, or stolen. After 30 days, unclaimed items become the property of Prescott Pines and will be given to needy families or charitable organizations. We recommend that you leave valuable items at home.
The Hungry Bear Snack and Gift Shop is available upon request by the group leader. We offer a variety of snacks, hot food items, and fountain and bottled drinks. There is also a selection of souvenirs, t-shirts, gifts and toys to choose from.
With enough warning, we are able to accommodate most dietary needs. Please let us know about your needs via the Dietary Request Form. If your dietary needs constitute a serious health risk, the safest thing to do is bring your own food. We can provide refrigeration and a microwave for you to prepare your own meals.
Prescott Pines Camp is surrounded on three sides by National Forest and by private property on the fourth side. There is a fence surrounding the property and the entrances are both clearly marked. Our biggest security concern here is the animals. Squirrels and skunks live fat and happy lives here at camp and are not afraid to walk through open doors day or night. They also have not figured out how zippers work either and tend to just chew their way through a bag to get to the food. Please help us out by keeping doors closed, even when you are in the room.
Our summer programs are designed to not only IMPACT our students but more specifically to encourage them to IMPACT the lives of others.
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