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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Flatwater Rafting

Flatwater Rafting

Some of our younger campers have the opportunity to go rafting on some milder sections of the river. We call this flatwater rafting (as compared to whitewater rafting). We use either Hazelbakers Outfitters for our flatwater rafting trips or we use Whitewater Adventures depending on the event and the age level.

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Rappel Station

Rappel Station

Jumonville built a Rappel Station several years ago to help our summer campers get ready for rappelling at our various rock climbing sites. It is part of the progression that we have built into our adventure program so that campers are doing appropriate activities for their age level and skill level. The Rappel Station helps…

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Duckies

duckie

Duckies (or inflatable kayaks) are used on the Middle Youghiogheny River as part of the peddle paddle trips. We start at Ohiopyle State Park and bike along the bike trail for about 10 miles.

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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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Golf

Golf

Want to learn to improve your golf game? Come to golf camp to learn how to improve your grip, swing, and stance. While Jumonville doesn’t have its own course, we have a number to choose from in the surrounding communities. There are two options for golfers this year. Golf Camp / Golf Fundraiser

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Adventure Center Bouldering Room

Adventure Center Bouldering Room

The middle room in the Ben Cromer Adventure Center measures 35′ x 40′ and has 12 foot high side walls. There are climbing walls on all four walls with varying angles and levels of difficulty. These “bouldering” walls are used to teach the basics of rock climbing and can easily handle groups of 30 or…

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Adventure Center Back Room

Adventure Center Back Room

Our back room of the Ben Cromer Adventure Center measures 35′ x 40′ and has 24 foot high side walls. There are two large 10″ square garage doors that can be rolled up to provide some great ventilation in the warmer months. Twenty-five different ropes are currently set up for climbing with varying angles and levels…

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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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