GRADES 1–3: June 23-25 (view this camp)
GRADES 4–6: June 25-29
Experience all the fun of summer camp with waterfront activities, adventure recreation, awesome Bible studies, nightly parties, air-conditioned cabins and great friends!
Online registration has closed.
For more information, please contact email@example.com or 972-820-5332 (Plano Campus), or firstname.lastname@example.org or 972-798-6731 (North Campus).
To see the camp for Grades 1-3, click here.
Camp Parents Meeting
Wednesday, June 20
(Plano Campus: Chapel; North Campus: Loft 456)
The Camp Experience
Students begin their Camp experience as they travel from the Plano Campus of Prestonwood to the camp at Stuart, Okla., on charter buses.
At camp, students are placed with a “family group” of like-aged students with whom they will spend most of their time. Family groups will dine together, sit in worship together, stay in the same cabin together, and have Bible study together.
During camp, a ratio is maintained of one adult to eight students (grades 1–3) or one adult to 10 students (grades 4–6). Before being allowed to lead a group of students, all adult leaders have had their background checked; they have attended Ministry Safe classes; and they have gone through other specific training. If you would like to accompany your child at camp, please contact Josh Longmire at email@example.com or 972-820-5332 (Plano Campus), or Kathy Kovalchuk at firstname.lastname@example.org or 972-798-6731 (North Campus).
Camp leaders are:
- Parents/adults who are church members and active in the church
- Prestonwood interns
- Prestonwood staff members
- 24–26 bunk beds per cabin
- 1 restroom per cabin (with 4–5 sinks, 4–5 toilets and 4–5 showers)
A typical day at camp is fast-paced and full of high energy, with life-affirming messages and lively worship. Students will enjoy recreation, including elective time (“wacky science,” soccer, baseball, “renegade games,” and much more) and interactive Bible studies with their family groups. During free time, they can go to the lakefront (lifeguards are present at all times) and play on “the blob,” swim, tube on a jet ski, or try to make it across the rings. If they tire of water activities, they can try to master the rock-climbing wall and glide down the zip line.
Each evening is filled with exciting activities to cap off the day before retiring for the night.
Late Night Activities (Grades 4–6)
- Monday – Renegade Rush ("American Ninja Warrior" Night) – Students are asked to wear camo.
- Tuesday – Renegade Rec (Free game time for students) – Students are asked to wear neon.
- Wednesday – Renegade Riot (Color War Games) – Students are asked to wear white.
- Thursday – Renegade Round-up (Western Night) – Students are asked to wear western clothes.
Parents, if you have more questions, feel free to ask them at a parent meeting to go over all the details of camp. If you have immediate questions, please contact Josh Longmire at email@example.com or 972-820-5332 (Plano Campus), or Kathy Kovalchuk at firstname.lastname@example.org or 972-798-6731 (North Campus).