Camp Ministry Coordinator
Bob Crump, Rehoboth Baptist Church, Kirksville
Grand Oaks Camps
Youth Camp 2023 July 10-14
Youth Camp is for youth who have completed 6th-12th grade (6th graders may choose Youth Camp, Children’s Camp, or go to both). The camp has a lot of fun stuff for teenagers including swimming every day and lots of zany activities. We come together with Linn-Livingston Baptist Association to make a great experience for our youth.
The registration fee is $125. That is due on June 16.
Here are the necessary YOUTH CAMP documents/information. Click to download.
Children’s Camp 2023 August 7-11
For children who have completed 3rd-6th grade.
Kids get to swim, play ball, fish, ride on paddle boats and of course have Bible studies and chapel services in order to learn more about God.
The registration fee is $130. That is due on July 14.
Camp Director: David Cook (660-988-4275)
INTRO to Camping 2023 June 23 & 24
3:30pm Friday—1:00pm Saturday
For children who have completed grades 1-3. This is sponsored by Grand Oaks.
More info at: https://grandoaks.camp/introduction-to-camp/
Click here for a flyer to copy and post.
The cost is $25. Parent or guardian must accompany the camper.
Super Summer 2023
These are youth camps for students from grades 6-12. Each year the training is centered around sharing the Gospel and making disciples. You can get some really good information on these camps from a recent Pathway article.
Chariton Hills Rodeo Bible Camp Clinics
These are day clinics for kids ages 10-17 at Davis County Fairgrounds, Brookfield, Iowa.
2023 clinics are June 15, June 16, and June 17.
Click here for more information.
2021 Report of the Camp Team Coordinator
Wow! Another year has come to pass and unfortunately another summer of dealing with covid. All praise to God as we seem to be on the road to recovery and have been able to serve him through our camps at Grand Oaks.
We kicked off the summer with our Youth camp. We share our youth camp with the Linn/Livingston Association, and we all gathered at Grand Oaks the week of June 7-11. There were 54 Youth in camp. We had 21 week long workers and around 30 volunteers in and out of camp cooking and teaching. The message of “Our Identity in Christ” was the camp theme and was preached by Pastor Phil Bray and taught in various Bible studies throughout the week. Over-all we had a blessed, God filled week along with some good fun in his creation.
The “Intro to Camp” was postponed till next year due to the various issues with covid.
We will finish up the year with Children’s camp. We will all gather at Grand Oaks July 26-30. The camp theme will be “Jesus is” The camp Pastor will be Ben Austic. All preaching and teaching are a curriculum based on the theme. It is looking like we will have 51 children in camp along with approximately 20 staff. I know God has great things in store for us this year in Children’s camp. I will be giving a further update today on all camps. Due to some time restraints, this report was written just before we actually attended Children’s camp.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank all of our camp team with a special “shout out” to Cindi Glenn, our Children’s camp director. I would also like to thank the 1000 Hills Association for the opportunity to serve our Lord and Savior.
Thousand Hills Baptist Association
Grand Oaks Camp Photos