Teen Camp (Grades 9-12)

June 24-29, 2024

Registration is Closed for Teen Camp

2024 Theme Verse:

"He said, I am the voice of one crying in the wilderness, Make straight the way of the Lord, as said the prophet Esaias. "
John 1:23

Calling all teens! Join us for a week of summer camp at Trail Ridge! Get ready for a week of intense competition, crazy games, wonderful food, and engaging chapel sessions. Campers have the opportunity to participate in activities like boating, archery, crafts, BB guns, go-karts, and much more! The Teen Camp program is specially designed for highschoolers in 9th-12th grades.

New! Tracks

New this year, Skill Time has been revamped! Instead of signing up for these on Monday morning during check-in, camper's will select their preferred "Track" right on their registration form. Tracks will meet for about one hour each morning, and each day, campers will learn a new concept, skill, craft, etc. that coincides with their Track's overall theme. Parents and Guardians, please talk with your camper about each Track option; there are six to choose from. The Track they choose will be the Track they participate in all week, with each one appealing to both boys and girls alike. Click HERE to watch our quick YouTube explanation video.
Crafts: Explore your crafty side and complete a few projects to take home.

Tournament of Camp-ions: Enjoy employing strategy and newly learned skills as you compete in daily tournaments of some favorite camp activities.

Wilderness: Campers in this track will be spending their time learning some outdoor survival basics and competing in bushcraft challenges.

Top Shot: Learn shooting safety and shooting skill, and compete in shooting challenges in a wide variety of age-appropriate shooting sports.

All-Sports: Calling all athletes! Campers will enjoy warm ups, stretching, skill learning, and everyone's favorite-- playing the game.  Each day will be a different sport.

Trail Blazers: Nature enthusiasts will love getting out and exploring the trails of Trail Ridge. Not only will we be hiking, but also learning about the nature that surrounds us.

Camp Speaker:

Micah McCurry

Micah McCurry was born and raised in a military home, moving eight times in his first 18 years. After trusting Christ as a young boy, Micah yielded to the call to preach at summer camp as a young teenager. He now travels America and the world preaching the Gospel. 
Micah is privileged to be the Executive Director of an eight-decade-old ministry called Bible Tracts, Inc. (BTI). Alongside BTI and other ministries he leads, he is the host of the Bible Tract Echoes Radio Broadcast that plays Monday through Friday on over 100 radio stations domestically and internationally.
Micah is married to Rebekah, and they have two children, Emmy and Lucy.

Keys For Camps- Unlocked

In Spring of 2023 we partnered with a ministry that helps campers continue habits of personal Bible study started at camp, by providing them with materials they can use to do so once they've gone home. Each camper that attends Trail Ridge this summer will receive a 3-month booklet, and complete the first week here at camp. Once this book runs out, they have the option to continue to receive these daily devotionals on a quarterly basis.
Receiving Keys for Camps is easy! You can opt in when you register for summer camp, and the free, quarterly booklets will be sent to the address listed on the registration form. Many campers took advantage of this program last year, and one family let us know that they had started doing the devotionals together at the dinner table. To read more about Unlocked, click HERE.

Chips and Cereal

Help us make meals at the Dining Hall even more fun! For breakfast, we're planning to serve a cereal bar with as many kinds of cereal as possible- Cheerios, Fruit Loops, Raisin Bran, you name it. Additionally, we'd like to do something similar with bags of chips at each lunch. We are requesting that each camper bring one of those items for our kitchen! (Girls- box of cereal. Boys- bag of chips.) Please note that boxes of cereal and bags of chips must be in their original sealed packaging, within the expiration date.

Additional Resources

Have any questions about what your campers will encounter at summer camp?
Click the link below!
New to camp? Watch our YouTube video on how the check-in process works at Trail Ridge.
Homesickness can be a common occurrence for campers, whether it's their first time here or not! Click the link below to learn more.