2017 Camp Descriptions
You and Me Camp – Ages 3-10 with an adult – June 10-11 – $65 per person
Make some memories with your favorite young person (ages 3-10) by heading to Kirkmont for an overnight stay filled with adventures in music, crafts, hiking, fishing, swimming and campfire fun. Round out the experience with an overnight stay in the Cabents and be prepared to make memories to last a lifetime.
Quilt Camp 1 – Adults age 18 and over – June 11-16 – $350 per person
Experienced and novice quilters alike are invited to join us at Kirkmont’s beautiful Croft House for this week-long camp. Community and friendship will grow through Bible study, devotions and the sharing of patterns and techniques. So be sure to bring your machine, fabrics and current projects. Space is limited for this very special camp, so be sure to register early.
Beginners Camp – Completed K-3rd – June 18-21 – $260 per person
Is your camper ready to go away to camp but not quite ready for a full week? Then this is the session for you! Kirkmont’s Beginners Camp lets younger campers spend part of the week at camp trying out classic Kirkmont activities like hiking, pool time, canoeing and crafts; meeting new friends; and singing around the campfire. Because this camp is geared toward your camper’s first experience with multi-day camping without an accompanying adult, Beginners Camp pays special attention to making first time overnight camping fun and safe. It leaves the new camper wanting more!
PYC Junior Camp – Completed 3rd-6th – June 25-July 1 – $420 per person
Ready to try out a full week of camp? With activities from swimming and canoeing, to archery and arts & crafts, your camper will get more time to experience Kirkmont. PYC Junior will be running at the same time as PYC. Campers will have meals and a few vespers together, while having their own experiences.
PYC Camp – Completed 7th-12th – June 25-July 1 – $420 per person
Presbyterian Youth Connection (PYC) Camp is exclusively for our older campers! A new spin on an old favorite: select your track from Sports, Science, Art, Robotics or Music (see below). Campers participate in service activities, classic and innovative group games and activities and relevant discussions about faith and life. Make friends, explore faith, learn and have fun!
Sports: From Kickball and Ultimate Frisbee, to Soccer and Volleyball, the sports track covers all kinds of sports. Each year is a little different and always offers a chance for participants to learn and participate in different sports each day.
Science: The science track does something different and exciting every year. In the past they have dissected sharks and done in depth studies of the pond area. The science track is led by a science teacher from the Benjamin Logan Schools and always promises an exciting look in to the vast field of science.
Art: From oil paintings, to paper mache and even murals. This track explores the world of art and its various types of materials and applications.
Robotics: The robotics track will use Vex robotics parts to build and program robots to perform specific tasks such as push blocks, stack blocks, or even pick up ping pong balls to place into a container. Participants will get an introduction in to the basics of robotics.
Music: From timeless classics, to new and popular, the music track allows participants to showcase their talents as a group. Campers in the music track will perform several songs at the closing program.