• New Camps

    These camps are brand new and exciting camps for the 2013 season!

  • Camps by Date

    Do you only have a specific week you can attend camp? Well use this handy categorization by weeks to figure out which week would work best for you. Just click on the week name to pull up a list of camps taking place that week.

  • Elementary Camps

    In this category we have everything from Mini Camps (Rising 3rd-4th) and Elementary Cabin Camps (Rising 5th-6th) to sports camps and horse camps!

  • Middle School Camps

    Rising 6th, 7th, and 8th Our popular original camps for Middle Schoolers offer the whole spectrum of camp activities in classic Aldersgate style. From cottages to cabins, the experience can include campfires, swimming, environmental education, crafts, hiking, horseback rides, creek time, group games, small group Bible study, and more!

  • Jr. High Camps

    Rising 7th, 8th, 9th. Our popular original camps for Jr. High and Middle Schoolers offer the whole spectrum of camp activities in classic Aldersgate style. From cottages to cabins, the experience can include campfires, swimming, environmental education, crafts, hiking, low ropes adventure course, horseback rides, creek time, group games, small group Bible study, and more!

  • High School Camps

    Ranging from rising 9th – rising college freshmen, our high school camps are our most intense and active camps. The experiences here can include powerful worship, incredible learning experiences, campfires, swimming, environmental education, crafts, hiking, low ropes adventure course, high ropes adventure course, horseback rides, spelunking, creek time, group games, sports, small group Bible study, and more!

  • Family Camps

    Our family camps are designed to get the family together at Aldersgate. We have camps for all ages and relations and even some one night “I-Don’t-Have-Time-For-Camp” camps!

  • Intergenerational Camps

    In this category we have camps for grandparents and their grandchildren, families, moms and daughters, fathers and sons, and fathers and daughters.

  • Cottage Camps

    These camps are house in our cozy, air-conditioned cottages.

  • Cabin Camps

    These camps are housed in our traditional rugged cabins.

  • Outpost

    Outpost Camp is composed of tent shelters with regular bunk beds, a cooking shelter with a kitchen, and campfire ring. Outpost camp is a very special place, not far from the main camp, and is used to help create a self-contained, deeply bonded group experience.

  • Campouts

    Our overnight campouts are designed as a quality time, parent-child bonding experience. Come camp out for 2 nights and enjoy worship around the campfire and other outdoor activities including hiking, swimming, games, etc. Bring your own tent, RV, or pop-up camper to these events. Food and activities are provided. Arrive anytime Friday afternoon or early evening. Supper on Friday at 6:00 pm will be the first meal.