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At NaCoMe, our camp programs are defined by the grade campers will be entering in the Fall. We have week-long options for rising 3rd through 12th graders, and weekend options for families with younger children.
All week-long camps run Sunday-Friday. Campers will be placed in a cabin with up to 6 other campers and one highly trained camp counselor. Each day, groups will join to form Family Groups of up to 14 campers. Most activities will be done with that Family Group, including an overnight campout.
Activities at NaCoMe range from the traditional (archery, swimming, canoeing) to the extreme (ziplines, rock walls, human foosball). We worship together as a whole camp twice a day, with small group devotions immediately after worship. Regardless of which week-long option you choose, we're certain it will be the best week of your summer!
Rising 3rd-5th Grade
June 11-16, June 18-23
Are you ready to start your NaCoMe adventure? Springs is your first step! Our trained staff will guide campers through activities like archery, canoeing, kayaking, crafts, and more. And if that’s not enough, Springs campers will spend time learning outdoor skills and spending a night under the stars at one of NaCoMe’s sheltered campsites. Springs is the perfect camp to explore NaCoMe and to learn what summer camp is all about. Campers will leave at the end of a jam-packed week with new friends, stories of campfires and creeks, and a deeper faith.
Rising 6th-8th Grade
June 4-9, June 11-16, June 18-23
Are you ready for a bigger and better camp experience? Maybe you’ve come to NaCoMe for a few years, or maybe you’re looking for a brand new adventure. Classic camp activities like archery, swimming, canoeing and crafts are all here, but what sets Village apart are the extremes. Want to feel the rush of a free fall on our 50-foot Giant Swing? Or hear the wind screaming by your ears as your fly down our zipline? If that’s not enough, what about challenging all the counselors in Jedi dodgeball? Or spending the night at a campsite under the stars after cooking your meal over an open fire? Don’t miss out on this exciting chance to make new friends and grow in your faith while taking in the best NaCoMe has to offer.
Rising 9th-12th Grade
Do you want to take your NaCoMe experience to new heights? Join us for Ridge, a program specifically designed for high school students. Ridge activities are a mix of camp classics and new adventures. Campers will have the chance to do things that no other program can, like scouting out your own campsite, challenging counselors in color wars, and maybe even a midnight game of capture the flag … the possibilities are endless! Worship and devotions even look different, encouraging campers to be much more involved in their spiritual growth. Ridge is about taking camp to the edge; trust us, you don’t want to miss the view!
Rising 11th-12th Grade
So you want to be a NaCoMe camp counselor? Who doesn’t! Welcome to our Counselor-in-Training program, Verge. Learn everything you need to know about being a camp counselor. Verge campers participate in a modified week of camp, with time split between activities and hands-on training. There’s a lot that goes into serving on staff at NaCoMe, and this is a chance to get a peek behind the curtain. After their week of camp, Verge campers will also have the opportunity to return to another week of camp (either June 12-17 or 19-24) to assist and shadow a 2017 counselor. To be eligible for the second week, Verge campers will complete an interview process after registering for camp.
Families w/ Pre-K - 5th Graders
June 30-July 2
Formerly known as You & Me Camp, Family Camp is perfect for first-time campers or for families looking to grow closer. Want to come just as parent and child? Great! Grandparent and grandchild? Join us! Family of 6? We’d love to have you! Any size or combination of family is welcome to this intergenerational camp. Most activities are designed for the youth and adult campers to enjoy together, although there are times where adults will participate in separate Bible study and activity times. Family Camp encourages independence and allows campers to engage in a positive environment while gaining the experience and familiarity to come back to camp on their own, all while deepening your family’s faith as a unit.
We recommend registering online, but you can also download our registration form and mail it to us.
All forms can be completed online through your CampWise dashboard after registering.
You can also download and print PDF here: