Day Camps

 

Summer camp doesn’t have to include sleeping bags to lead to a life change. A Christian day camp can be a powerful tool for the Lord to work in a child’s life, while allowing parents the freedom to continue their necessary work schedules in the summer no-school months. The hours where children enjoy God’s beautiful creation and interact with caring staff will make a difference for years to come.

We have partnered with local churches to create the ultimate camp experience for kids and busy parents. Drop your child off at any of the churches on our route, and we’ll handle transportation to camp and back each day.

Know that you’re making the best choice for your child when you choose Camp Conquest for one, two or multiple weeks of summer day camp this year. Camp Conquest is where lives are changed!

What ages can attend Day Camp?

At Camp Conquest we offer two programs within our Day Camp to allow for age specific activity and learning opportunities (just register for Day Camp and we will assign you in the appropriate group).

  • Pioneer Day Camp is for ages 7-9
  • Adventure Day Camp is for ages 10-12.

How much does a week of camp cost?

Camp Conquest uses a tiered pricing schedule (see link for “Why Three Prices?”)

  • Tier One: $236
  • Tier Two: $206
  • Tier Three: $176

Are Discounts or Scholarships Available?

Yes, we offer an early-bird discount, a multi-week discount, as well as a sibling discount. For those that need additional financial assistance, please contact the office for a “Campership Application” at registrar@campconquest.org.

When is Day Camp offered?

There are three weeks of Day Camp for summer 2018

  • June 18-22, Monday – Friday, 9AM-4PM
  • June 25-29, Monday – Friday, 9AM-4PM
  • July 9-13, Monday – Friday, 9AM-4PM

Is transportation available?

Yes, Camp Conquest will run buses from partner churches.  If you would rather drop off and pick up directly at camp, that option is also available.

2018 Transportation Schedule

June 18-22

  • Lancaster Grace Church, 911 Rohrerstown Rd, Lancaster, PA (approximate pick up/drop off times: 8:00am/5:00pm)
  • Lititz Grace Church, 501 W. Lincoln Ave., Lititz, PA (approximate pick up/drop off times:  8:30am/4:30pm)

June 25-29

  • Manheim Grace Brethren Church, 333 E. High Street, Manheim, PA (approximate pick up/drop off times:  8:00am/5:00pm)
  • Lititz Grace Church, 501 W. Lincoln Ave., Lititz, PA (approximate pick up/drop off times:  8:30am/4:30pm)
  • New Beginnings Grace Brethren Church, 430 E. Lincoln Ave, Myerstown, PA (approximate pick up/drop off times:  8:30am/4:30pm)

July 9-13

  • Grace Family Church, 415 S. Kinzer Ave., New Holland, PA (approximate pick up/drop off times:  8:00am/5:00pm)
  • Ephrata Grace Church, 62 Hahnstown Rd., Ephrata, PA (approximate pick up/drop off times:  8:30am/4:30pm)

Is lunch included?

Yes, your child will receive lunch each day.

Sample Menu

Monday – Ham & cheese sandwich, chips, mandarin oranges, ice cream sandwich

Tuesday – Pizza, veggies (carrots, celery), camp cookie

Wednesday – Hot dog cook out, applesauce, brownie

Thursday – Chicken patties sandwich, Cheetos, cookie pack

Friday – Turkey sandwich, chips, mandarin oranges, rice crispy treat

What activities will my child enjoy?

Swimming, archery, crafts, horses, and group games and much more will be enjoyed daily. Creative, hands on Bible lessons and fun camp songs teach valuable truths.

Sample Schedule

9:00     Opening Session

9:30     Field Games

10:00   Chapel/Small Groups

11:00   Lunch

12:00   Swimming

1:30     Camp Store

2:00     Electives

3:30     Closing

4:00     Departure

What about supervision?

Volunteer adults from our partner churches provide maturity and structure while our well trained teens (16 years old +) and college students add energy and enthusiasm. There are two counselors with every group and the ratio is around 6 campers for 1 staff member. A Nurse is also on site to help with any first aid or medication issues.

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