Tell boring summers to take a hike. Come to Trail Camp instead! Climb to new heights, sleep under the stars, take a swim, tube or learn how to wakeboard, study God's Word in the great outdoors and burn a marshmallow over a roaring campfire! This and more awaits our Trail campers every summer.
Students in grades 7 and up may participate in this unique outdoor experience. Campers spend their first night at Camp Judson before heading to a nearby lakefront for five days of tent camping, hiking, boating and growing closer to God. Campers spend their final night back at Camp Judson.
Camp Judson staff make several drops throughout the week to ensure Trail campers are adequately supplied with food and other amenities. All campers are expected to pitch in to help counselors prepare meals at their campsite.
Please note that Trail Camp comes with a packing list that's unique to the challenges of this particular week. A packing list with other helpful details will be mailed out several weeks prior to the start of Trail Camp. In the meantime, below is a list of items that will help your Trail camper thrive:
Complete mess kit (plate, cup, knife, fork and spoon)
Tent/ground cover and fly (please waterproof your tent)
Warm sleeping bag
Canteen or heavy-duty water bottle
Backpack and plastic bag to cover it in case of rain
Bible, small notebook and pen
Towels and wash cloth
Toiletries (toothbrush, unbreakable mirror, deodorant, etc.)
Jacket or sweater
3 washable shirts
2 pairs of jeans
5 pairs of socks (at least one should be heavy)
Hiking boots (broken in well ahead of time)
1 pair of swimming/water shoes
1 pair of flannel pajamas or sleepwear
Modest swimming suit
Register now, as this particular camp is limited to the first 30 registrants and always sells out early. Latecomers will be placed on a waiting list.
Register for 2022 Trail Camp