PENUEL’S CAMPING PROGRAM
Who may come?
Any child from ages 7 to 11.
How do children get enrolled?
Penuel works with service agencies and churches to enroll children in their communities and neighborhoods. Each group is responsible for providing adults to live with the children during their stay. Our cabins hold eight; our dorms hold fourteen. Each cabin needs at least one adult. Each agency has enrollment forms for their camping period, and the number of spaces is limited.
How long is camp?
During the week children come in the afternoon on Monday and leave after breakfast on Friday. A second group comes in late afternoon on Friday and leaves after lunch on Sunday.
What do the children do at camp?
Each day the children receive three regular meals and an evening snack. Penuel has regular teaching plans for water sports, nature walks, reading, team sports, singing, Bible stories, crafts and lots of play time. Evenings are special with campfires, carnival, treasure hunts, Christian kid movies, and talent shows.
Where do the children sleep?
Our cabins hold eight and our dorms hold fourteen. The children sleep in bunks. Each cabin has its own bathroom with a shower.
How do children travel to camp?
Buses are provided by the local organization or by Penuel. Pick up and returning times are arranged beforehand.
Penuel trusts that this information will be helpful to you. May God richly bless you and your children.