GrandCamp

For Grandparent(s) and grandkids 2nd grade and older

Hallmarks of GrandCamp

Our programming is intentional  to build relationships between the generations, creating memories that will last a lifetime. An ideal time to introduce younger kids to camp with some support in place. We do camp with both Grandparents and Grandkids, with our summer counselors supporting all activities.

GrandCamp: For rising 2nd graders thru high schoolers, and GrandParent(s)

Dates: June 6 – 9, 2018 (Wednesday- Saturday)

Tuition: $250 per person. Maximum of $1000 per family

Financial Aid: Payment Plans Available
Additional scholarships available based on financial need – contact Sara to apply 970.264.4379.

For registration: Due to issues beyond our control, adults will have to call the Sonlight registrar Sara: 970.264.4379 to register

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High School Fall Retreat registration is open. Summer Camp 2018 registration will open January 2, 2018

“What I perceive as a grand is that every camper was welcomed, encouraged and loved. Every single thing over the three days was showing god’s love and grace.”

GrandCamper

About GrandCamp

Camp for grandparents and grandchildren: No parents allowed!

Camp is for all ages. Sonlight offers an opportunity for grandparents to experience camp with their grandkids. Enjoy a long weekend with the grandkids — neither of you will have the chance to be bored! Hiking, crafts, games, songs, biking, s’mores around the campfire – enjoy all this and more as you grow closer as a family within a fun, Christ centered environment!

The GrandCamp provides grandparents an opportunity to spend quality time with their grandchildren while giving parents a well deserved vacation. A great way to introduce a younger child to the summer camp experience with the security of a trusted adult.

The GrandCamp is for grandparents of all ages, and for campers entering 2nd grade (Fall 2017) or older.

Letter From The Directors

Dear Camper Parents,

What a privilege it is for us to have your child at Sonlight Christian Camp for a week or more this upcoming summer. We look forward to a time of laughter, great food and many fun activities together. The week will be a balance of learning about ourselves and God, a time to ask those tough questions and an opportunity to grow as a person. With hiking, campfires and crazy games, we’ll explore God’s creation and life as we know it. It should be the BEST week of your child’s summer.

If you have any questions or concerns about Sonlight Camp, our staff or our program, please contact us. If there are unique or special circumstances about your child, also let us know so we can serve your family better. Our passion is kids and camp. We want every camper to love their camp experience. See you this summer.

Vaya Con Dios,

Winston Marugg, Executive Director

Winston@sonlightcamp.org 970.264.4379

Chelsea Poest, Program Director

Chelsea@sonlightcamp.org 970.264.4379

Emrys Tyler, Incoming Camp Director

Emrys@sonlightcamp.org 970.264.4379

FAQ's

How old does my grandchild have to be to attend? Is there a maximum age of grandchild?
GrandCamp is for rising 2nd graders thru high schoolers.

Where will my grandchildren and I sleep at camp?
Cabins will be separated by gender and age. Grandmothers will stay with grand daughters. Grand dads with grandsons. For this camp RV units are welcome. If you do choose to bring an RV, grandkids can stay with their grandparents. Please call if you have specific concerns.

I want to go to camp! Can parents attend The GrandCamp?
Sorry, The GrandCamp is specifically designed for grandparents and their grandchildren only.

Activities

Activities at GrandCamp are intentionally programmed for grandchilren and their grandparents to have fun as a family. Some examples of our GrandCamp activities:

  • Nature walks
  • Digglers (mountain scooters)
  • Dodgeball
  • Archery
  • Frisbee golf
  • Geocaching
  • Bouldering wall and climbing walls
  • Sonlight’s famous “Messy Games”
  • Arts and crafts
  • Evening activities (dance party, thematic night games, etc)
  • Themed meals (i.e. Mario’s Italian Dinner or Wild West Burger Cookout)
  • Fort building
  • S’mores around the campfire
  • Worship and family small groups
  • Soccer and volleyball
  • Campfire skits and songs

 

“I liked being considered one of the campers, as a grand!”

 

GrandCamper 2014

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Sonlight is Accredited by the American Camp Association

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