Specialty Camps

Classic summer camps with a special twist. Your child will experience tons of fun activities, explore all the wonders of nature and have the best week of their summer, all while making plenty of friends and growing closer to God. If you went to a summer camp as a kid, you know the positive impact it had in your life. Now you can give those same memories and life lessons to your children.


2016 Specialty Camps


Nature Village

Entering Grades 3rd - 8th

Sunday July 10 - Friday July 15


Campers in Nature Village explore nature, investigate woodland plants and animals and practice being good caretakers of God's creation. This shelter camp focuses on nature study and provides an outdoor woodsy adventure.

Sports Camp

Entering Grades 3rd - 8th

Sunday July 31 - Friday August 5


Campers in Sports Camp enjoy skills training in multiple sports such as soccer, basketball, volleyball, and ultimate frisbee. Daily scrimmages and a variety of fun camp activities make our sports camps something special. Our coaches will help you learn new skills and hone those that you already have. In addition to drills and training you get to experience many of our traditional camp activities like archery, horseback riding and swimming. Lodging in shelters.

Worship Arts - Art, Dance, Drama

Entering Grades 6th - 12th

Sunday July 31 - Friday August 5


Participants in Worship Arts choose one of the following emphases:  

  • Art - Clay, painting, mixed media, drawing, sculpture, and more will excite the young artist. Traditional summer camp activities, daily Bible study and worship, and lots of camp fun add to this unique camp.
  • Drama - Drama technique, Biblical dramatization and hands-on experience in acting and theater arts provide for a week of fun for all experience levels. Traditional camp activities, daily worship, and Bible study round out the schedule for this week.
  • Worship Dance - Make God's Word come alive through discipleship and dance. Learn how to use dance and interpretive movement to glorify and honor God. Technique based skills (using primarily ballet and modern dance) will be taught. Music used will be Christ honoring.

Campers register for the area of their interest and will spend a significant part of each day developing their skills in that focus. They will be in cabin groups according to age and gender and all non-specialty camp activities will be done in these cabin groups.

Bacon Bibles & Bros

Entering Grades 8th - 12th

Sunday June 26 - Friday July 1


A week for young men to come and experience what it really means to be a man after God’s heart. This male-only camp will focus on learning valuable life skills. Each day will feature a different focus with a professional coming in to teach a very helpful skill such as: regular car maintenance, how to take down a tree, basic carpentry, how to use a grill to perfection, helpful outdoors survival skills, and how to make bacon bread! Each professional, the counselors, and the pastor for the week will share about their walk with God and the challenges and successes they’ve encountered as they have sought to be “godly men” in today’s society.

Women of Wilderness & Worship

Entering Grades 8th - 12th

Sunday June 26 - Friday July 1


A week for young women to come and experience what it really means to be a woman after God’s heart. This female-only camp will connect young women with nature. Don't miss out on this new and exciting program!


Contact us to take advantage of the refer-a-friend program registrar@camphebron.org.
Refer-a-Friend not valid for Shalom Special Needs Camp.

Looking for something a little different? Check out these camps:

Horse Camp / Adventure Camp / Cabin Camp / Family Camp / Day Camp


Special Needs Camp

Camp Hebron is committed to making this beautiful sanctuary and the Gospel message available to all. The pristine natural environment provides a relaxing and healing environment in which those who have special needs can have fun and grow to their potential.

Shalom is an exciting week full of activities, laughter, and friendships for adults (18+) with developmental disabilities, featuring speaker Ulli Klemm. For more information or to register, contact our program team at 717-896-3441 or toll-free 800-864-7747. 

Monday June 27 - Friday July 1




Download the Shalom - Welcome Letter
Download the Shalom - Camper Application
Download the Shalom - Health History Form


Meet the Speaker for Shalom


Ulli Klemm is an ordained Mennonite pastor who attends Slate Hill Mennonite Church in Camp Hill, PA.  In 2002, he discovered the joy of relating to persons with developmental and intellectual disabilities and has embraced these dear friends ever since.  Whether spearheading monthly activities with persons with disabilities in group homes, orchestrating special outings or volunteering at special needs' camps, Ulli feels blessed to be welcomed into the lives of those who have so much to teach us.