Playground

Playground

Our playground gets good use in the summer camping program and is also available for your retreat group, weather permitting. It is popular with “Kids of all ages.” The playground was rebuilt several years ago after raising funds to replace the old wooden playground with a newer, safer, and more accessible playground.

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Fit Trail

Jumonville received a very generous grant in 2015 from the Fayette County Tourism Grant Program to install a 10 station fit trail on the hiking trails in the Green Cathedral area of our campus. We are very grateful for their support and anxious to get more guests out and about exploring our trails and getting fit…

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Campfire

Campfire

Singing, devotions, testimonies, and sharing are just some of the activities that happen at campfires. They are usually one of the more favored and remembered times during the week of camp. A favorite part of campfires are snacks like smorz and banana boats.

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Angry Birds

Angry Birds

Bring your angry birds game to 3-D life. This fun new camp games has been use for the last several years and combines “stuffed” angry birds & pigs, cardboard boxes, and a water ballon launcher. Let the fun begin when you start to launch the angry birds at the pigs. Warning… you have to provide your…

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Music & Singing

Music & Singing

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][text_output] [soliloquy id=”1892″] [/text_output][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width=”2/3″][text_output] Music & Singing Music. Everyone loves to listen to music. At camp, you’ll be surrounded by music. Enjoy singing at the dining hall, at campfires, in your cabin, at worship, and even just walking around campus. Sing silly songs like “He’s a Peach of a Savior” or some more…

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Disc Golf

Disc Golf

A year-round favorite is Jumonville’s 18 hole disc golf course. Our 9 hole course was just expanded in the late spring of 2014 to a full 18 hole course with official disc golf baskets thanks to a grant form the Fayette County Tourism Grant. Count the number of strokes (or throws) that it takes you…

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Nature Crafts

Craft Nature

Most camps spend at least some time in the Craft Room at some point in the week. There are a variety of different crafts you could possibly do from witness bracelets to paper mache to tie dye. Nature crafts specifically use various items from nature and can come out with some really great end results.

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Fishing

Fishing

Come to camp and you can learn to fish. (And I’m not talking just about fishing for animals with gills.) God calls us all to be “fishers of men.” When you spend a week at camp you can sharpen your skills as a fisherman in both the physical and spiritual realm. Campers travel off-site to…

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Geocaching

Geocaching

Geocaching is an outdoor recreational activity, in which participants use a GPS receiver or mobile device and other navigational techniques to hide and seek containers, called “geocaches” or “caches”, anywhere in the world. A typical cache is a small waterproof container containing a logbook (with a pen or pencil). The geocacher enters the date they…

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