Kanakuk Kamps offers over 70 sports, activities, and adventures for boys and girls ages 7-18. We serve over 14,000 kids and teenagers in eight summer camps located near Branson, MO, and Durango, CO.
Football is just one of the many sports and activities we offer at Kanakuk Kamps. Our counselors and coaches help young men improve their tackling, passing, running, and catching each summer on the fields of our camps. Our staff includes people like our president and K-2 director, Joe White, who was a two-year starting defensive tackle for the SMU Mustangs and later a football coach at Texas A&M University. Young men return to the gridiron tougher, stronger, smarter, and faster from their summer at Kanakuk.
In addition to the variety of traditional sports like baseball and basketball, Kanakuk offers a wide range of specialty activities from sailing to swimming to track and field. Camps include options for cheerleading and gymnastics training, cross country and weight lifting, and tennis and diving. For boys and girls ages 13-18, Kanakuk operates a special adventure camp on the Los Pinos River near Durango, CO. We also offer a golf-only camp for boys in Branson, MO.
Our eight camps offer an astounding array of choices for our kampers. Whatever their interests, kids and teenagers find opportunities to sharpen skills and master new challenges at Kanakuk Kamps.
Our staff includes 2,500 hand-picked, dedicated, kid-loving Christian athletes. We take special care in our exhaustive interviewing process to ensure that our counselors have the same love for helping kids grow physically and spiritually that we do.
Our non-denominational Christian camps have been serving kids since 1926. We are privately owned and operated. All of our Kamps are residential, offering 7-day, 13-day, and 25-day terms. Tuition includes great food, unparalleled facilities and equipment, the best coaching, and lots of opportunity for physical, emotional, and spiritual growth.
Visit our website now and take our Kanakuk Virtual Tour to see why tens of thousands of campers call Kanakuk Kamps their summer home and keep coming back year after year.