Gather up your mates to get on board as we set sail to Treasure Island*.
Prepare yourself for a lot of action as you take on your buddies in AIRSOFT, NERF, and other shooting activities. Go swimming in the lake after a game of Monkey Ball or try your hand at Tomahawk throw. This year's camp is going to be epic, ask your Commander to take you and your friends to All-Boys Camp this year!
*For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also. [NIV] Matthew 6:21
Here's what you get:
Online sign-up fee includes Outpost campsite; camp activities & speakers; T-shirt; camp patch; Sunday breakfast. Your outpost will add travel, food and other expenses which you have to pay to your Commander separately.
Who can come?
For ALL boys Kindergarten-12th grade - you don't have to be in Rangers so invite your friends. Dads or male adults with a signed Pastor Approval form are encouraged to attend with Ranger Kids.
This year we will not have visitors on the grounds for All-Boys Camp. We are doing this to limit the number of people on grounds due to Covid-19 concerns.
What to Expect at Camp
- Camp will be open on Thursday to set up campsites; build Ranger regatta boats, and Campsite Entrance.
- Recreational activities will be open.
- Thursday evening assembly will be followed by a movie in the Amphitheater
- Friday morning: swimming, tool safety and knot tying. The FCF Village has special presentations; hawk throw & blacksmith shop
- Friday Lunch is provided at the training center
- Friday afternoon we have BB gun, Archery, NERF and AIRSOFT
- The Monkey ball pit, basketball, bike track and other fun activities will be open all day.
- Ranger Kids will join in games to win medals
- Friday closes with a very inspirational Evening Service.
- Saturday morning's activities begin with the Cardboard Regatta competition at Spencer Lake.
- We break for Saturday lunch then we enjoy camp game competitions
- Saturday evening service will include a very cool Academy Graduation Saber Ceremony
- Sunday breakfast is provided then we have morning service and awards
- Break camp 10am
Camp Wilderness has modern bathroom facilities and nice warm showers. Please use them!
Bring Money for the Concessions Stand
Sodas, candy, ice cream, food, and other fun items are available for purchase.
Camp Promo Video
SUGGESTED CAMPER PACKING LIST
Sleeping bag/ pillow
Sleeping pad or cot
Day clothing & pajamas
Sweatshirt or light jacket
Cap or hat (optional)
Rain gear (coat or poncho)
Shoes (sneakers) [NO bare feet; sandals or flip-flops]
Extra underclothing; socks and shoes
Plastic Bag for wet or dirty clothes
Toiletry kit (toothbrush; toothpaste; soap; deodorant)
Camp chair [folding] (optional)
Pocket knife [folding] or multi-tool (Cut & Chop Card required)
Notebook with pencil/ pen
Money for offering, concession stand
Bike helmet (optional, we have one for you at camp)
Outpost Coordinator Instructions:
- If you are a new outpost group, we can partner you with an established outpost to help you with any of your needs.
- Outposts provide their own transport, camping gear and food and camp in the site allocated to your Outpost during Camp Work Days.
- Work out other expenses (gear, meals, transport, etc) the camp fee does not cover. Parents will be paying you this amount separately and is not included in online registration.
- Print this flyer ((link coming soon)) to hand out to boys and invite them personally to attend. Email parents and attach the flyer, be sure to let them know the total for camp, including your expenses, which may need to be adjusted depending on how many sign up.
- Have everyone register online. There are forms there we have to have so you cannot register for the boys. They don’t have to pay online immediately, but their registration is not complete until they pay in full.
- Automated camper reports are emailed to your designated Outpost Camp Coordinator. If you are not receiving them, contact Adair Koontz (firstname.lastname@example.org). These reports help you keep track of who owes you for additional expenses.
- Select your Outpost camp staff and get your pastor to sign this Pastor's Approval Form. Every adult over 18 sleeping over HAS to turn in this form on arrival at camp!
- There is an additional $10 fee per game for those who sign up for AirSoft [min. age is 12 years at time of camp]
- Outposts are asked to help run activities.
- We make every effort to make camp affordable for every family. Sometimes circumstances exist that make affording camp difficult. We ask that each church make an effort to help those who have financial difficulties. If your church cannot help and you have a child or family situation that may need special consideration, please call our camp office. 715-258-8118
Camp WIlderness landline
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