There are many camp options for Jr. and Sr. High aged campers. Swimming, crafts, music, and worship make these camps all-time favorites.
Jr. High Camp ages 12–14
A high-energy week filled with friends, fun, music, and worship provide the Jr. High camper with an experience they will remember for years to come. Campers are busy all week with the usual Lakeshore activities such as swimming, crafts, beach party, and nature time. There are several session times during the day where leadership will engage the camp in active learning sessions as they explore the summer theme. Each evening there is an all-camp activity, such as a scavenger hunt, talent show, dive-in movie, or a dance. Then the final gathering for the day will be a worship service before heading to the cabin for some much-needed rest.
Jr. High Camp #1 *This week has been canceled due to COVID-19*
Jr. High Camp #2 July 5-11 $524 $489 $454
Jr. High Camp #3 July 19-25 $524 $489 $454
Sr. High Camp ages 15-18
We offer only one regular Sr. High camp each summer and it is always a power-packed, dynamic experience. Sr. High campers get more freedom during the week to choose some of their activities. This is time that can strengthen old friendships and form new ones that will travel with them through the rest of their life.
Jr./Sr. High Board Game Camp – ages 12-18
July 5-11 $524 $489 $454
This camp is for Jr./Sr. high campers who enjoy friendly competition and experience God deeply through community and great conversations. Don’t let the name fool you, these are not your typical childish board games. Campers will explore a wide range of games that will focus on strategy building, forming alliances, looking for the hidden traitor, teamwork, and friendly competition. Board games provide a great opportunity to experience trust, friendship, and a true sense of community. Campers will not miss out on any of the basic camp activities but will also experience some activities with a new twist. You don’t have to be a board gamer to attend, that’s the beauty of games, and everyone will find a game they love. Bring your favorite game, get ready to learn a few new ones, and brace yourself to an amazing week exploring Christ-like community.
Aquatics Camp – ages 15-18
July 7-13 $524 $489 $454
This week is about being on the water in every venue Lakeshore has to offer. Campers will enjoy skiing, wakeboarding, kneeboarding, tubing, canoeing, paddleboards, and more. Of course, all other great Lakeshore activities, from the challenge course to mud volleyball, will be included for a truly adventure-packed and memorable week. In addition to days on the lake, campers will also get a day of canoeing on the Buffalo River. One very different aspect of this week is that campers are housed at the main campground in one of our lodges. Yes, that means you will have air conditioning all week! Aquatics Camp is for Sr High age campers and will be offered only one week this summer. Don’t miss this great opportunity to get the most out of Lakeshore’s many aquatic adventures. (Spaces are limited, so register soon.)
Jr./Sr. High WAM (Worship Arts & Music) – ages 12-18
July 13-18 $457 $422 $387
Whether you play an instrument, love to dance, write poetry or plays, draw or just whatever, this week is one you don’t want to miss. Campers will combine their gifts to create a unique presentation for their parents on Saturday morning.
Jr./Sr. High Arts – ages 12-18
June 15-20 $524 $489 $454 *CANCELED*
Campers will share their ideas through mediums such as painting, pottery and other artistic activities. In addition to exercising their creative talents, campers will enjoy all the activities Lakeshore has to offer.
Fishing Camp #1 – ages 14-18 *this week has been canceled*
Fishing Camp #2 – ages 11-16 June 15-20 $457 $422 $387 *CANCELED*
*We’ve adjusted the age range to accommodate changes in our camp schedule*
A great opportunity for that fisherman in your family to get an entire week of fishing. Campers stay in a cabin on the main campground so they can get up early to go to our waterfront area to greet bass, crappie, and catfish before breakfast. Add in the other usual camp activities and this makes for a great week. Some local residents give permission for the camp to come and try their luck at their ponds. The week is capped off with a fish fry on Friday night, complete with hushpuppies, slaw, and fries. Campers need to bring their own rod and reel. Lakeshore will provide the bait. (Maximum number accepted is 15).