Camp Hebron Alumni
Welcome alumni of Camp Hebron! This page is intended to connect alumni with one another and with the ministry of Camp Hebron. Keep up to date on Camp Hebron news, upcoming events, and more!
We'd love to stay connected with you! Please click on the link below to update your contact information.
We want to hear from you! Share about your life journey and how Camp Hebron has impacted you.
We need your photos!
We are trying to build up our library of photos. We are happy to receive photos from all eras of camp.
Will you help us by submitting some photos you have below?
Projects you can get behind
Want to give back? Check out some of our current projects below.
To get involved with these projects, or for other ways to donate, visit our Donation page.
Sylvan View Patio
Our physical education program is for homeschooled children. Classes consist of a combination of age-appropriate sports & other non-traditional physical activities.
Join us for Camp Hebron's 32nd Annual Golf Tournament to raise money for camper scholarships.
Spend quality time in a canoe for a great weekend of fellowship and adventure.
Ride Kids, Ride for Camp Hebron Motorcycle Weekend! This event will benefit Camp Hebron's Campership Program, providing scholarships to children who need it most!
A Homecoming Fall Festival at Camp Hebron features delicious food and family-friendly activities.
Come away for a few days of relaxation, inspiration, & fellowship with other adults. This retreat is designed for ages 60+.
Organize your own Alumni Gathering
Want to grab a bite to eat with fellow staff members from your era or have a picnic with staffers that live near you? Let us know, we'll help spread the word!
From our Blog
Camp Hebron was one of the best experiences I have had in my life and am so thankful for the amazing time at horse camp and all those who made it so special for me…..
This was Drake’s first time away from home for a week at overnight summer camp and with the help of a caring donor, whom he never even met…..
This summer held both my favorite weeks and most difficult weeks that I had ever faced. The first week, I was assigned to the Explorers camp (ages 8-9). It soon became clear that I had the cabin missing father figures. One mother told me that a camper had lost his father that year and been bullied at school. Another mother …..