Breaking Out Of The Ordinary
and Stepping Into the Amazing
Camp Amazing provides a unique Summer Camp experience filled with creativity, friends, and fun. Our programs are designed for children ages 1 year and walking through 10 years of age. Our fun and unforgettable camp experience promotes the development of self-esteem, independence, and responsibility for all campers.
Camp News & Announcements
Stay in the Know!
We regularly update our site with exciting news and announcements about our camp and campers. Don’t miss out on all the exciting stories and activities from Camp Amazing. Although campers are only with us during the camp session, they can stay informed and involved all year long with our latest updates.
Summer Camp Activities
Beginning June 17 and running through August 27, our school hosts a summer camp for children ages 1 year and walking through 10 years old. Children ages 5 and up experience a campus setting in which they switch activities several times a day. Sports and games, water fun, cooking, arts and crafts, puppetry, science, and painting are only a few of the many activities available to the children. We will be accepting registration for our camp program very soon.
We are currently working through plans to bring a sports camp to pre-teens, ages 11 and 12. It will be sponsored by
Living Hope Church in collaboration with an organization called Fellowship of Christian Athletes. More information
about this effort is forthcoming.
Field Trips and On-Campus Events
Thursdays are trip days at Camp Amazing! Several weeks during the summer children will get to enjoy a day
off-campus with the exciting places we will visit. Special guests are also invited on-campus to present
engaging and interactive programs for the children.
After lunch four days out of the week, Camp Amazing provides a chapel program where children sing songs, play Bible games, and learn about the love of God as revealed through the Bible. We use a Vacation Bible School curriculum that's designed to engage children of all ages.
“Time flies over us, but leaves its shadow behind”