OFF-SITE TENT CAMPING
BOYS' & GIRLS' TENTS
8 SESSIONS AVAILABLE
Adventure campers have so much fun hanging out with friends and counselors on their way to amazing adventures. With multiple opportunities to star gaze and to connect with old and new friends teens cannot go wrong with this program. Campers also spend time learning about the great outdoors and how to protect it. Composting, recycling, and low impact camping will be taught and practiced.
Adventures may include canoeing, campfires, outdoor cooking, caving, pontoon boating, sailing, bead time, hiking, swimming, tent camping, crafts, large group games and more. Each session of Adventure has have slightly different programming each week.
Adventure Campers are expected to participate in all of the listed activities for the session they are registered. Opting out of one or more is not possible. There are not alternative activities.
Adventure Campers sleep out each night in a gender designated tent. Adventure Staff members sleep in separate tents in close proximity to the campers. Adventure Campers store their belongings in the Adventure Outpost at Camp Rancho Framasa taking only the items needed for the current day/evening.
Most meals are cooked outdoors by the campers and staff.
Adventure Camp takes teens to the next level of camping. This program often has a wait list for many sessions so you will want to sign up soon!
AGES: 15-18, CO-ED
1 SESSION AVAILABLE
"Ethete comes from the native American tribe of the Arapaho and it means “Upright.” The name of Ethete makes you very idealistic and generous, with the strong desire to uplift humanity leading you into situations where you can express your desire to serve others. If you attach an ideal of service to your life, you could find great happiness and could express a very beautiful, happy, responsible, artistic, and generous nature."
Campers will grow their leadership and team-building skills, while bolstering self-confidence through giving back to the community. Earn volunteer hours and improve your skill set while actively participating in traditional camp activities. Service projects take place at camp.
Campers will receive a certificate with the number of service hours completed.
CAMP ACTIVITIES include fire building, Ranchfest (dance/carnival), swimming, canoeing, high ropes challenge, campfire, games, sports, nature, parables, hiking, large group games, cook-out, horse back riding, scripture, crafts, climbing tower, low ropes challenge, drama, and archery.