Since 1941, Camp Sankanac has been offering a premier summer youth camp experience like none other. What started off as just a few weeks of Boys’ Camp & Girls’ Camp has developed into so much more! While we still offer our popular and unique all boys and all girls camp, we now run day camps, horse camps, basketball camps, and more! We offer all of the usual fun camp activities you’d expect from a traditional summer camp experience like campfires, sleeping under the stars, crazy games, crafts, waterfront activities, swimming, night games, and fun competitions…but we also offer so much more! Camp Sankanac is open to boys and girls, ages 7-16, regardless of race, color, creed, or national origin.
To learn more about our summer camp options please contact us at email@example.com or call us at 610-469-6320.
Sometimes life is difficult to navigate! Our prayer for this summer is that the campers who come will be impacted spiritually by God’s word and return home with a clear understanding of Whom they can place their trust in. That everyone will hear the the Gospel and lives will be transformed. That our campers will be able to claim with the Psalmist; “God, you are my rock & my fortress!” Today, a few of Satan’s tactics are to divide & conquer, cloud truth & plant doubt in our minds. We need Christ! We need him on a daily basis. He is the only firm foundation & the only Solid Rock to cling to. Only through the wisdom and direction of Jesus Christ can we be guided through life’s challenges. There is true & meaningful hope that will never fade & it’s found in Christ! Let’s dive into God’s Word together as we study the life and ministry of Peter & see the great blessing of putting your hope in Christ & living your life for Him.
Since you are my rock and my fortress, for the sake of your name lead and guide me.”
Attention all boys and girls ages 7-16!! These all boy and all girl camps have been running since 1941 and offer a unique camp experience! Come join us for a great week of activities, outdoor adventures, and learning more about God. Camp Sankanac runs four weeks of boys’ camp (June-July) and four weeks of girls’ camp (July-August). From creek stomping to hilarious skits, to cooking over a fire, to paintball and arrow tag, to tubing, to braving our mountain-sized water slide you don’t want to miss the outdoor adventures that await during our four weeks of boys’ or girls’ camp.
Each week of camp is tied to a different theme. The purpose of our weekly theme is to add a fun twist to the regular camp daily schedule. The themes play out primarily in our evening activity and in mealtime skits during the week. The rest of our camp day is largely the same every week. In the morning, campers have Bible and elective classes. In the afternoon, campers have rest time, free time, and activity time with their own cabin. After the evening meal, campers participate in a large group game or activity that is tied to the weekly theme and then they end the day with a chapel service.
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Overnight horse camp is sure to be a week you will remember for a long time! Throughout the week each camper will get to care for, ride and learn about horses. Daily lessons, crafts, Bible study, barn chore time, and swimming will fill the day, as well as special activities like trail rides, bareback riding, horse games, horse learning activities, and creek stomping/swimming with your horse. This camp is for all levels and you do not have to have experience to attend.
Horse Day Camp
All the fun of our horse camp programs, but in a shorter day camp setting. This program is a great way for beginners to intermediate riders to be introduced to and build their equestrian skills while enjoying a little bit of camp life including the pool, crafts, and games.
If you’re serious about improving your game and learning the fundamentals of basketball you won’t want to miss this camp! Camp Sankanac runs one week of boys’ basketball camp and one week of girls’ basketball camp. From individual instruction from the experienced coaching staff to competitive games, this camp is designed to enhance your skill level whether you are a beginner or a varsity level player.Both programs will be directed by Sankanac full-time staffer, Dave Stallard. Additional male staff members will counsel and assist with the boys’ camp and female staff will counsel and assist with the girls’ camp.
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Our day camp program is a great introduction to camp! Every morning the children will have a chance to try out different activities. some of these electives may include camp cooking, pioneering, blacklight dodgeball, crafts, fishing water games, canoeing, boating, and many more! Lunch is provided by the camp for all campers, so no need to pack a lunch. After lunch, the campers enjoy our refreshing swimming pool. AFte the pool the kids will enjoy Bible study and special group activities, such as a game of Mission Impossible! At the beginning of each week, a schedule for the week is available in order to plan for the week’s activities.
If you are 16 years of age (or have completed 10th grade) and are considering a future in leadership or summer camp counseling, we highly recommend this program! The CIT program is 3 weeks of hands-on leadership training, giving you beneficial experiences and helpful preparation for the future leader. There are 2 weeks of training that focuses on spiritual growth, building counseling skills and leadership training as you prepare for the last week, which consists of staying in a cabin and assisting counselors with younger campers and program-related tasks. This program really gives you a taste of what summer camp counseling (and ministry in general) is all about. Whether you are looking at a future in summer camp ministry or any kind of leadership, this program is the perfect way to prepare and looks great on your future college application or resume! A certificate of completion will be provided for campers who complete this program. In between each week, CIT’s will go home from Saturday to Sunday.