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CAMPS AT  SENTINEL

Since 1949, Sentinel has provided a safe, fun, Christian summer camp experience. Daily activity options include swimming, boating, arts & crafts, teambuilding games, ropes course with zip line, rock wall, archery, hiking, large group team sports, and many other great adventures. Each evening the entire camp gathers for Vespers which is a time of worship, singing, and Bible study. On Friday evenings we gather at a special “red carpet celebration” banquet where campers dress up for a special dinner to celebrate the week.

PROGRAMS

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2024 Overnight Camp Weeks: 

(BG1-BG4) Boys and Girls Overnight Camp $600 Ages 7-15

For over 75 years our camps have provided a safe, fun, Christian summer camp experience. Weekly activities include swimming, boating, arts & crafts, team building games, ropes course with zip line, rock wall, archery, hiking, large group team sports, and many more great adventures. Each evening the entire camp comes together and gathers for Vespers, a time of worship, singing and Bible study. Arrival: Sunday 3pm; Departure: Saturday 10am

                         BG1: June 30th – July 6th   Camp Pastor: Matt Beem

                         BG2: July 7th – July 13th Camp Pastor: Mark Jackson

                         BG3: July 14th – July 20th Camp Pastor: Chris Dunaway

                         BG4: July 21st - July 27th Camp Pastor: Brandon Dupuis

(TW12, TW34) Two-Week Camp $1150 Ages 10-15

This is the perfect option for campers who want to experience two consecutive weeks at Sentinel. Counselors supervise a more relaxed weekend schedule complete with a church service on Sunday morning. Campers are asked to pack enough clothing for the full two weeks.

                         Arrival: Sunday, June 30th 3pm; Departure: Saturday, July 13th 10am

                         Arrival: Sunday, July 14th 3pm; Departure: Saturday, July 27th 10am

(DC1-DC5) Day Camp $250 Ages 5-15

Experience all that camp has to offer without staying overnight. Swim, make arts and crafts, play games and meet new friends! Lunch provided. For those parents who would like to be on-site, check availability in our Pines Family Camping Area by contacting the camp office.

Arrival: 8:00am; Departure: 5:00pm (Monday - Friday)

                          DCJ: June 24th – June 38th   

                          DC1: July 1st  – July 5th  

                          DC2: July 8th – July 12th

                          DC3: July 15th – July 19st   

                          DC4: July 22nd – July 26th  

(LA) Little Adventures $230 Ages 5-8

This camp is the perfect way to introduce young campers to a Sentinel summer camp experience, with three days and two nights of exciting camp activities. For parents who would like to be on-site, check availability in our Pines Family Camping Area by calling the camp office. Arrival: Sunday, June 23rd 3pm; Departure: Tuesday June 25th 10am

(TC6) Teen Camp $600 Ages 13-16

During this camp program teens will learn the importance of Christian friendships, while removing distractions (TV, video games, and social networking) allowing them to further unplug and build relationships face-to-face. Trained staff with a heart for teens will mentor the campers throughout teen specific activities and a relaxed schedule to expand their faith through the investigation of themselves, each other, and God. Campers will learn how God is relative to teens of this generation.

Arrival: Sunday, July 21st 3pm; Departure: Saturday, July 27th  10am

 (L12,34) LEADERS $900 Ages 14-16

This two-week program allows teens to develop Christian leadership skills and learn the importance of teamwork through a variety of activities around camp. Activities include trust exercises, an afternoon on our high ropes course, a canoe trip across Dan Hole Pond and a night on Sentinel Ledges in a Yurt.

Arrival: Sunday, June 30th 3pm; Departure: Saturday, July 13th 10am

Arrival: Sunday, July 14th 3pm; Departure: Saturday, July 27th 10am

(AC) Adult Camp $250 Ages 55+

An adult camp for the 'young at heart'! A relaxed schedule makes for a great three days of rest and renewal. Participants stay in the lodge or in cabins. Great programs, food, and fellowship!

Arrival: Sunday, June 23rd 3pm; Departure: Wednesday, June 26th 10am

Camp Pastor:  Dean Stiles

Why Camp Sentinel? Hear from our director and some of the staff in our video

See you on the mountaintop!

Need Scholarship Help? 

The state of NH is offering assistance this summer for camp. CLICK HERE for more information. 

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Check out our events page to learns about programs happening throughout the year.

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