a greater summer Experience

Adventure Trips

Be prepared, this might be the most exciting and challenging week of summer camp you’ve ever experienced. Adventure Trips are geared toward those looking to conquer their fears and improve their outdoor skills while encountering God’s awesome creation. Each trip will have a different level of difficulty and a unique combination of activities to learn about and try. Some trips require good fitness and previous experience as they will be difficult for a first timer. Adventure Trips are sure to be challenging physically and spiritually as we spend time discovering God in the incredible landscapes he’s created.  YOU’LL LOVE THIS!

High School students

Explore and
be challenged

Difficulty level 1

Hocking Hills Adventure Trip


If you want to experience a new level of wilderness adventure, but aren’t ready for the more strenuous challenges of other trips, the Hocking Hills Adventure Trip is a great opportunity for exciting outdoor adventures without the intense physical demands. Highlights of this trip include canoeing down the scenic hocking river, an adrenaline-pumping zip-line canopy tour, and multiple day hikes exploring the incredible waterfalls, rivers and nature features of Hocking Hills State Park. We’ll spend the night in tents and hammocks at the park campground as we go on new adventures each day.


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On this intermediate level trip, explore New River Gorge in Lansing, West Virginia. Experience the outdoors and learn wilderness skills by camping in tents and hammocks, hiking the natural wonders of the park, and facing challenging adventures with a high ropes course and an exciting whitewater rafting trip on the Lower New River Rapid Run.


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Difficulty level 2

New River Adventure Trip


Difficulty level 3

Allegheny Backpacking Trip


Learn new backpacking and outdoor leadership skills during this four-day adventure as we explore the Allegheny National Forest’s scenic western Pennsylvania trails. Backpackers will sleep in tents or hammocks, cook with backpacker stoves, filter water, develop map and compass skills, learn first aid basics, and enjoy campfires and devotions each evening.


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Camp counselors play a distinct role in the summer camp setting. They are the leaders. Mentors. Mediators. Parents-away-from-home. And they can be some of the most influential people in a young person’s life.

Whether it’s teaching kids how to make friendship bracelets, playing in the pool with hundreds of wild campers, or having deep conversations, camp counselors get to share their hearts of gold with  children who never forget them.

8054 Calvin RoadRavenna, OH 44266