RA Camps

Do your Royal Ambassadors like to hike, do crafts, and learn about missions? Do your RAs enjoy swimming, playing games, and studying the Bible? How about making new friends they’ll never forget? If so, send them to RA missions camp!


What is the value of camp?

Should your group go to camp this summer? Consider these possible benefits as you make your plans.

Get away—Camp offers an escape.  Whether it’s time away from a difficult home life and unhealthy relationships, or simply a break from TV, cell phones, and video games, campers can get away from the distractions that keep them from listening to God.

Get connected—Relationships are formed as campers worship, live, play, and learn together 24/7. This experience creates a unique bond between campers and counselors alike. Children get to know their adult leaders as friends as well as mentors and disciple-makers.

Get transformed—The camp experience provides opportunities for life-changing decisions. Salvation, a call to missions/ministry, a commitment to daily devotions, and a burden for the lost are just some of the ways that God uses the camp experience to help transform lives.


2016 Camp Dates

(If no dates are shown for your state, the camp dates are still being finalized. Check back soon!)

ALABAMA
Southeast Alabama

The Vineyard Christian Retreat Center, Ariton (near Ozark)

June 27–29, 3–6 grade boys

Lad and Dad or Mom camp
June 30–July 2, 1–6 grade boys

Northeast Alabama
Marshall Retreat Center, Guntersville

July 11–13, 3–6 grade boys

Lad and Dad camp
July 14 – 16, 1–6 grade

Northwest Alabama
Earl Trent Assembly Baptist Camp, Florence

Lad and Dad camp
July 18 – 20, 1–6 grade boys

July 18 – 20, 3–6 grade boys

WorldSong Missions Camp, Cook Springs
July 25–27, 3–6 grade boys

Lad and Dad or Mom camp
July 28–30, 1–6 grade boys

For more information, call 1-800-264-1225, ext. 268 or email Steve Stephens at sstephens@alsbom.org.


CALIFORNIA
Fellowship Baptist Church
3001 Stine Road, Bakersfield, CA 93309

May 7, 10:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m.

For more information, contact Yesica Susaita (ysusaita@csbc.com), (559) 256-0853


DELAWARE/MARYLAND

To learn more about camp for Delaware/Maryland, please visit this link.


FLORIDA
Lake Yale Conference Center, Leesburg, FL

Camp WorldLight
​June 13–17, 3–6 grade boys

For more information, visit campworldlight.com.


GEORGIA
Camp Kaleo, Forsyth, GA (location for all camps)

RA Lad Camp (grades 1–3)
June 9–11

RA Crusaders Camp (grades 4–6)
June 13–17

RA Younger Challengers Camp (Grades 7–8)
June 13–17

RA Crusaders Camp (Grades 4–6)
June 20–24

RA Younger Challengers Camp (Grades 7–8)
June 20–24

RA Older Challengers Camp (Grades 9–12)
June 20–24

RA Crusaders Camp (Grades 4–6)
June 27–July 1

RA Younger Challengers Camp (Grades 7–8)
June 27–July 1

RA Older Challengers Camp (Grades 9–12)
June 27–July 1

RA Crusaders Camp (Grades 4–6)
July 11–15

RA Younger Challengers Camp (Grades 7–8)
July 11–15

RA Older Challengers Camp (Grades 9–12)
July 11–15

RA Crusaders Camp (Grades 4–6)
July 18–22

RA Younger Challengers Camp (Grades 7–8)
July 18–22

RA Older Challengers Camp (Grades 9–12)
July 18–22

RA Lad Camp (Grades 1–3)
July 21–23

For more information, contact Mike Flowers at 478-994-5333, mflowers@gabaptist.org, or visit ga-ra.org


LOUISIANA
Tall Timbers Baptist Conference Center
Woodworth, LA

LA Girls Mission Camp, July 24–27
RA Camp, July 27–30


MICHIGAN
Multiple Locations throughout the state

March 19, 2016, Children’s Ministry Day Camp, grades 1–8
Contact: Sue Hodnett (wmu@bscm.org)

Bambi Lake Retreat and Conference Center, Roscommon, MI
July 11–15, Girls’ Mission Adventure Camp/GAs and Acteens, grades 3–12
Contact: Sue Hodnett (wmu@bscm.org)

Bambi Lake Retreat and Conference Center, Roscommon, MI
July 15–16, Mom and Me Mission Adventure Camp, all ages
Contact: Sue Hodnett (wmu@bscm.org)

Tecumseh Missionary Baptist Church, Tecumseh, MI 
May 13–14, RAs/Challengers
Contact: Chris Smyser (wmu@bscm.org)

Bambi Lake Retreat and Conference Center, Roscommon, MI
August 8–12, RAs/Challengers
Contact: Chris Smyser (wmu@bscm.org)


NORTH CAROLINA
Camp Caraway, Asheboro

April 22–23, Spring Father–Son
June 17–18, Father–Son 1
June 20–24, Children’s Camp 1
June 27–July 1, Boys Camp 1
July 5–6, Father-Daughter (at Conference Center)
July 7–8, Mother–Son (at Conference Center)
July 11–15, Boys Camp 2
July 18–22, Boys Camp 3
July 22–24, Father–Son 2
July 25–20, Children’s Camp 2
August 1–5, Children’s Camp 3
October 21–23, Fall Father–Son

Visit campcaraway.org or contact Mark Moore (mmoore@campcaraway.org, or (336) 521-9207) for more information.


SOUTH CAROLINA

Camp McCall, Sunset

April 16, Statewide RA Field Day (1–12 grade)
May 23–26, Outdoor Leadership Training
June 6–8, Lad Camp 1 (1–4 grade)
June 9–11, Lad Camp 2 (1–4 grade)
June 30–July 2, Lad Camp 3 (1–4 grade)
July 8–10, Lad Camp 4 (1–4 grade)
August 5–7, Lad Camp 5 (1–4 grade)
June 13–17, Crusader/Challenger Camp 1 (4–12 grade)
June 20–24, Crusader/Challenger Camp 2 (4–12 grade)
July 11–15, Crusader/Challenger Camp 3 (4–12 grade)
July 18–22, Crusader/Challenger Camp 4 (4–12 grade)
July 25–29, Crusader/Challenger Camp 5 (4–12 grade)
June 20–24, Adventure Recreation (9–12 grade), Yak & Pak 1\
July 11–15, Adventure Recreation (9–12 grade), Rock Climbing
July 18–22, Adventure Recreation (9–12 grade), Kayaking
July 25–29, Adventure Recreation (9–12 grade), Yak & Pak 2
June 25–27, Alpha Camp 1 (1st grade–adults)
July 30–August 1, Alpha Camp 2 (1st grade–adults)


TEXAS

 

For a full list of RA camps in Texas this summer, click here


Check with your state WMU office or RA office to learn about camping opportunities in your area.
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