The classic overnight summer camp experience. Cook some s'mores over the fire while sharing stories and building life-long friendships. Try new things and have more fun than you thought possible. These week-long camps offer a host of fun activities in a safe and Christ-centered environment. See some of the activities you may participate in throughout the week!
Sun. June 30 - Wed. July 5
Entering grades 1-4
For first timers away from home (or nervous parents) this shortened week (Sunday-Wednesday) is a great entry into overnight camp. Activities include Bible stories, team building games, pool time, paddle boating, short hikes and craft and nature time. Campers leave Wednesday night.
Sun. June 23- Fri. June 28
Entering grades 3-5
This week-long camp (Sunday-Friday) includes Bible talks, pool & lake time, arena rides on the horses, team building games, field games, archery, craft and nature time and a slumber party.
Sun. July 14 - Fri. July 19
Entering grades 9-12
Journey through this week of deep friendships, adventures on the high challenge course, authentic faith conversations and hanging out. Enjoy the camp classics of trail ride, slumber party & coffee house, Peter’s Mountain hike, lake, pool, archery, craft and nature.
Sun. July 7 - Fri. July 12
Entering grades 5-7
Deepen into your faith with Bible study and questions. Enjoy sessions in archery, craft, nature, pool, lake, and big group games. Round out the week with trail rides, low challenge course, Peter’s Mountain hike and a camp out night with bonfire.
Sun. July 28- Fri. Aug. 2
Entering grades 4-6
Experience craft, nature, pool, lake, field games. These campers will have Bible lessons, trail rides, beginner low challenge course and a camp outside night.
Sun. July 21- Fri. July 26
Entering grades 7-9
Discover your limits through a week of camp: high and low challenge course, hike Peter's Mountain, trail ride, camp out experience, craft, nature, pool, lake and games. Dig into your faith with Bible studies, discussions and worship.
What's the difference?
The main difference between the camps listed above is age. Campers attend cabin camps based on the grade they will be entering in the Fall. That way, each week of camp is tailored to your child.
Pioneers is our first-timers camp. It is only half a week long so your brave little one can try being away from home a little bit at a time.
As your brave little one grows up, they get to experience more and more of Camp Hebron. They graduate to a full week at camp, then to more freedom and more activities.
At the end of the line is Sojourners. These summer camp veterans get the most freedom, the latest bedtimes, and the coolest activities like the High Ropes Course!
If you are new to Camp Hebron, don't worry about starting your child right in the middle of the sequence. There are new campers and veterans alike in every week we offer. Eventually, your child might be the one showing a new camper the ropes.
Most Cabin Camp campers stay in the Breezewood Cabins. Each camper stays in their own cabin with their own counselor.
We keep the size of the group in each cabin to around 10 campers to each counselor to ensure your child gets the attention they deserve. Each cabin has one private bathroom and shower.
Campership Application deadline is May 15
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Christian summer camps at Camp Hebron are near Harrisburg, PA, not far from Lancaster and within a few hours of Philadelphia, Baltimore, New York City and Washington D.C. Learn more about who we are here →