Frontier Village 2018

Activities

It is our desire that your child’s week at Frontier become a memory that lasts a lifetime. With that as our goal, we have been carefully working to create a camp that balances your child’s spiritual growth with exciting & engaging activities.  In addition to daily chapel and bible study times, we are pleased to offer the following activities throughout the week. Classes – Each day your child will choose which classes to attend based on their interests.

  • Gold Panning
  • Orienteering
  • Leather Crafting
  • Arts and Crafts
  • Line Dancing
  • Ice Cream Making

Rotations – Each day your child will participate in rotations with their Teepee group.

  • Zipline
  • Pool Time
  • Rock Wall
  • Low Ropes Course
  • Air Rifles
  • Archery
  • Horseback Riding

Town Time – Each evening the Old West comes alive!

  • Western Photo Booth
  • General Store
  • Snack Shop
  • Carnival Games
  • Telegram Service (campers can send messages home)
  • Live Performances

Lake Day – Campers and staff spend the day at Goldwater Lake.

  • Lifeguard and Nurse present
  • Canoeing
  • Hiking
  • Fishing & Lessons
  • Model Boat Sailing
  • Nutritional Picnic Lunch
  • Outdoor Games
  • Crawdad Fishing

We will also have two goofy dress-up days during your child’s week at camp. “Crazy Hair Day” and “Dress Like a Darn Fool Day”. Participation is not required, however campers are always encouraged to take part in these fun camp activities.

Camper Care Package

Our Camper Care Packages are specially designed to help make every child’s summer camp experience a memorable one.  We take the hassle and expense out of mailing a box to the camp by providing you with a great pre-packaged option. Just order one when your register, and we’ll take care of the rest!  All care packages are handed out on Mondays.

Price: $30

 

2018 care package contents are still to be determined. Last year’s care package included a:

  • backpack 

  • water bottle

  • t-shirt

  • sunscreen and chapstick on a carabiner 

  • sunglasses

  • horseshoe keychain

  • journal and pen

  • trail mix

  • popcorn bucket (to fill one free popcorn each night at town time)

Dates
Camp Grades Date
Frontier Village #1 2-6

June 3-8
(Registration closes May 25th)

     
Frontier Village #3 2-6

June 17-22
(Registration closes June 8th)

Frontier Village #4 2-6

June 24-29
(Registration closes June 15th)

Frontier Village #5 6-8 July 1-6
(Registration closes June 22nd)
Frontier Village #6 2-6 July 8-13 
(Registration closes June 29th)

Camper grades are based on the grade your camper is enrolled in for the 2017-2018 school year.

  • Drop-off time for all Frontier Village Camps is 3pm Sunday
  • Pick-up time for all Frontier Village Camps is 10am Friday

Camps fill up fast so they may close before the dates listed above.

Individual Registrations We have a new on-line registration program for all our camp sessions. To register please click the “Register” links above. The registration works best when using Google Chrome. When the registration page has opened you will create an account with a user name and password. Please save both for future camp registrations. Once logged in complete the camper profile and then register for camp. Payment may be submitted on-line or you can send a check to Prescott Pines Camp.

Group Registrations Please call Ruth at 928-445-5225 or email ruthwells@prescottpines.org to set up a group hold for your church. Once the hold is created you will receive a “group hold code” to give to your campers to use when registering for camp. They will follow the above procedure to register and enter the code into the group hold field of the registration form. The code identifies them with your church.

Cost
  • $290 (Price before discounts) – includes a camp water bottle, T-shirt & horseback riding!

We must have a completed registration form AND $50 non-refundable deposit for each camper to reserve a spot.

Discounts

We realize finances are tight for many families, so we are offering several discounts.

  1. Register and Pay in full before April 30th and receive a $20 discount off of the regular price.
  2. Churches – bring a total of 10 kids to any Prescott Pines sponsored summer camp & receive the 11th spot FREE!

There are also a limited number of scholarships available through the Heart Partners fund.  Contact the registrar for more information or download a Camper Scholarship form.

Forms and Other Info
What to Bring for Winter Camp

What to Bring for Summer Camp

HORSEBACK-RIDING-RELEASE-AND-WAIVER-OF-LIABLILTY

What Should I Bring?

Sleeping Bag and Pillow
Towels, Soap, Toothbrush, Chapstick, etc.
Modest 1-piece Swimsuit
Play clothes
Jacket and Shoes for Heavy Activity
Flashlight
Pencil, Notebook and Bible
Spending Money for: Snack Shop, Souvenir Shop, T-shirt, Extra Crafts, etc.
Optional: Camera

Questions & Answers

For questions about summer camp, please contact Alicia Wilson at (928) 445-5225 or alicia@prescottpines.org

For questions about registration, please contact Ruth Wells at (928) 445-5225 or ruthwells@prescottpines.org

Electronic devices such as: Ipods, MP3 players, CD Players, Radios, Electronic Games,

Drugs Other than their own Prescription*

Tobacco, Fireworks, Alcohol, Firearms, Knives or other Weapons*

*None of these are allowed on the grounds and if brought will be taken away and NOT returned! Campers should understand that violation of these rules may result in the contact of parents/guardians with the possibility of being sent home.

Campers will be pre-assigned to housing based on space available and roommate requests. See registration form to indicate a roommate preference, we will try to honor your requests. Church groups will be assigned housing together, based upon gender. No cabin assignments will be changed on check-in day.

Campers are responsible for their own insurance coverage. Personal insurance information will be collected with the camper’s registrations, and will be kept on file, to be used if the camper needs medical treatment.

Due to the intensity and the scheduling of the programs, the public phones will be unavailable to the campers. As always, our medical personnel will contact you in case of a sickness or injury.

Prescott Pines is not responsible for any items left behind, lost, or stolen. After 30 days, unclaimed items become the property of Prescott Pines and will be given to needy families or charitable organizations. We recommend that you leave valuable items at home .

  1. Campers are under the authority of the camp staff during the camp week.
  2. Campers may not leave the grounds unless:
        1. under supervised camp activities
        2. a written request signed by the parent/guardian is presented at registration.
  3. No visitors without prior approval.
  4. Campers will conform to the camp dress code which is casual and modest.

 

Our staff arrives before camp begins every summer to undergo an in-depth series of training sessions that cover everything from team-building exercises to handling personal tragedies. The following are just a few of the areas in which our staff are trained:

  • How to talk to kids about Spiritual things
  • Working with personalities
  • Leading devotion times
  • Team Building
  • Safety and Emergency Procedures
  • How to deal with homesickness
  • How to deal with tragedy
  • CPR & First Aid

Our training methods prepare our counselors and staff for just about any situation they may encounter, and pave the way for our counselors to give your child the best, most exciting week of their summer!

At Frontier Village the campers sleep in teepees! Teepees have a cement floor, canvas cover and single or bunk beds for 10-12 campers. Teepees do not have electricity, so campers should plan to bring a flashlight. Restrooms and showers are located in the boys & girls bathhouse which do have electricity. Campers should bring a sleeping bag, towel & wash cloth and all toiletries.

In order to keep out the local wildlife, campers are asked not to have open food containers in their teepee.

Our counselors are trained to get to know their campers as individuals, and this forms the foundation for our evangelical technique.  Each week, we present biblically themed lessons during daily chapel that culminate in a Thursday night presentation of the Gospel.  This is paralleled by a week-long skit at town-time that presents the same message dramatically.  On Thursday night, after the climax of the skit and the Gospel message at chapel, the counselors meet with their campers and go more in depth, sharing their own experiences with Christ.  Our counselors understand that each person comes to Christ according to God’s timing, and will never force a camper to make a decision or judge a camper for not choosing to accept Christ.

Our Frontier Village staff is made up primarily of volunteers. Each summer we select a team of high school and college students who desire to spend their summer working with this ministry. From our pool of applicants, we select the most qualified individuals to work with your children.  Applicants provide references and go through an interview process to determine who will make the best candidates for working at Prescott Pines Camp.  Each applicant also is subject to a background check to ensure the safety of our campers.

  • All paid guests are given a wristband when they arrive at camp and are asked to wear it for the duration of their stay.  Anybody on campus who is not wearing a wristband will be asked to check in at the main office.
  • All visitors need to check in at the welcome center upon arrival and will be directed to their group leader.
  • Prescott Pines Camp is surrounded on three sides by National Forest and by private property on the fourth side.  There is a fence surrounding the property and the entrances are both clearly marked.
  • Group leaders can request keys for various levels of security in the lodging.  By default, we will give one master key for each building you are using, mainly for the purpose of unlocking doors that were accidently locked.  If you would like individual room security though, we can provide you with a specific key for each room.  Please keep in mind though that there is a small fee for lost keys.
  • Please do not bring valuables or expensive items to Prescott Pines Camp.  We are not responsible for lost or stolen items.  The safest place to keep these items is in your private vehicle.
  • Our biggest security concern here is the animals.  Squirrels and skunks live fat and happy lives here at camp and are not afraid to walk through open doors day or night.  They also have not figured out how zippers work either and tend to just chew their way through a bag to get to the food.  Please help us out by keeping doors closed, even when you are in the room.

If you submit your registration online, you should receive an email confirmation within a few minutes.  Please check your spam box to make sure it wasn’t filtered.

If you sent in your registration via “snail mail”,  you will receive an email when it is processed, assuming you gave us one on the registration form.  If you did not, then you may verify we received it by calling.  Please give us at least a week to get your registration in the mail and process it before calling.

With enough warning, we are able to accommodate most dietary needs.  Please let us know about your needs via the Dietary Request Form.

If your dietary needs constitute a serious health risk, the safest thing to do is bring your own food.  We can provide refrigeration and a microwave for you to prepare your own meals.

Email Your Camper

camper@prescottpines.org – Email your child while they are at camp.  In order to ensure accurate delivery, please include the Camper’s First and Last Name, as well as the camp name “Frontier Village” in the subject line.

Join us this summer as we talk about Laodicea. A town centered between Hierapolis and Colossae, known for its lukewarm aqueduct. Hierapolis had a natural hot spring just south of Laodicea and Colossae was well known for their cold, pure, water just North of Laodicea. The metaphor given in Revelation chapter 3, referencing the church in Laodicea is talking about people who are indifferent or lukewarm, regarding their belief, trust, and faith in God. The message is that Christ expects us to diligently commit ourselves either for or against Him. Being indecisive will not do. It is easy to provide for our bodies but imperative to provide for our soul.

“I know you aren’t cold or hot. I wish you were either one or the other! But you are lukewarm. You aren’t hot or cold. So I am going to spit you out of my mouth.”-Revelation 3:15-16

Registration opens January 1

 

 

Become Summer Staff!

Interested in working at Prescott Pines this summer? Check this out...

Join us this summer as we talk about Laodicea. A town centered between Hierapolis and Colossae, known for its lukewarm aqueduct. Hierapolis had a natural hot spring just south of Laodicea and Colossae was well known for their cold, pure, water just North of Laodicea. The metaphor given in Revelation chapter 3, referencing the church in Laodicea is talking about people who are indifferent or lukewarm, regarding their belief, trust, and faith in God. The message is that Christ expects us to diligently commit ourselves either for or against Him. Being indecisive will not do. It is easy to provide for our bodies but imperative to provide for our soul.

“I know you aren’t cold or hot. I wish you were either one or the other! But you are lukewarm. You aren’t hot or cold. So I am going to spit you out of my mouth.”-Revelation 3:15-16

Registration opens January 1

 

 

Become Summer Staff!

Interested in working at Prescott Pines this summer? Check this out...

Activities

It is our desire that your child’s week at Frontier become a memory that lasts a lifetime. With that as our goal, we have been carefully working to create a camp that balances your child’s spiritual growth with exciting & engaging activities.  In addition to daily chapel and bible study times, we are pleased to offer the following activities throughout the week. Classes – Each day your child will choose which classes to attend based on their interests.

  • Gold Panning
  • Orienteering
  • Leather Crafting
  • Arts and Crafts
  • Line Dancing
  • Ice Cream Making

Rotations – Each day your child will participate in rotations with their Teepee group.

  • Zipline
  • Pool Time
  • Rock Wall
  • Low Ropes Course
  • Air Rifles
  • Archery
  • Horseback Riding

Town Time – Each evening the Old West comes alive!

  • Western Photo Booth
  • General Store
  • Snack Shop
  • Carnival Games
  • Telegram Service (campers can send messages home)
  • Live Performances

Lake Day – Campers and staff spend the day at Goldwater Lake.

  • Lifeguard and Nurse present
  • Canoeing
  • Hiking
  • Fishing & Lessons
  • Model Boat Sailing
  • Nutritional Picnic Lunch
  • Outdoor Games
  • Crawdad Fishing

We will also have two goofy dress-up days during your child’s week at camp. “Crazy Hair Day” and “Dress Like a Darn Fool Day”. Participation is not required, however campers are always encouraged to take part in these fun camp activities.

Camper Care Package

Our Camper Care Packages are specially designed to help make every child’s summer camp experience a memorable one.  We take the hassle and expense out of mailing a box to the camp by providing you with a great pre-packaged option. Just order one when your register, and we’ll take care of the rest!  All care packages are handed out on Mondays.

Price: $30

 

2018 care package contents are still to be determined. Last year’s care package included a:

  • backpack 

  • water bottle

  • t-shirt

  • sunscreen and chapstick on a carabiner 

  • sunglasses

  • horseshoe keychain

  • journal and pen

  • trail mix

  • popcorn bucket (to fill one free popcorn each night at town time)

Dates
Camp Grades Date
Frontier Village #1 2-6

June 3-8
(Registration closes May 25th)

     
Frontier Village #3 2-6

June 17-22
(Registration closes June 8th)

Frontier Village #4 2-6

June 24-29
(Registration closes June 15th)

Frontier Village #5 6-8 July 1-6
(Registration closes June 22nd)
Frontier Village #6 2-6 July 8-13 
(Registration closes June 29th)

Camper grades are based on the grade your camper is enrolled in for the 2017-2018 school year.

  • Drop-off time for all Frontier Village Camps is 3pm Sunday
  • Pick-up time for all Frontier Village Camps is 10am Friday

Camps fill up fast so they may close before the dates listed above.

Individual Registrations We have a new on-line registration program for all our camp sessions. To register please click the “Register” links above. The registration works best when using Google Chrome. When the registration page has opened you will create an account with a user name and password. Please save both for future camp registrations. Once logged in complete the camper profile and then register for camp. Payment may be submitted on-line or you can send a check to Prescott Pines Camp.

Group Registrations Please call Ruth at 928-445-5225 or email ruthwells@prescottpines.org to set up a group hold for your church. Once the hold is created you will receive a “group hold code” to give to your campers to use when registering for camp. They will follow the above procedure to register and enter the code into the group hold field of the registration form. The code identifies them with your church.

Cost
  • $290 (Price before discounts) – includes a camp water bottle, T-shirt & horseback riding!

We must have a completed registration form AND $50 non-refundable deposit for each camper to reserve a spot.

Discounts

We realize finances are tight for many families, so we are offering several discounts.

  1. Register and Pay in full before April 30th and receive a $20 discount off of the regular price.
  2. Churches – bring a total of 10 kids to any Prescott Pines sponsored summer camp & receive the 11th spot FREE!

There are also a limited number of scholarships available through the Heart Partners fund.  Contact the registrar for more information or download a Camper Scholarship form.

Forms and Other Info
What to Bring for Winter Camp

What to Bring for Summer Camp

HORSEBACK-RIDING-RELEASE-AND-WAIVER-OF-LIABLILTY

What Should I Bring?

Sleeping Bag and Pillow
Towels, Soap, Toothbrush, Chapstick, etc.
Modest 1-piece Swimsuit
Play clothes
Jacket and Shoes for Heavy Activity
Flashlight
Pencil, Notebook and Bible
Spending Money for: Snack Shop, Souvenir Shop, T-shirt, Extra Crafts, etc.
Optional: Camera

Questions & Answers

For questions about summer camp, please contact Alicia Wilson at (928) 445-5225 or alicia@prescottpines.org

For questions about registration, please contact Ruth Wells at (928) 445-5225 or ruthwells@prescottpines.org

Electronic devices such as: Ipods, MP3 players, CD Players, Radios, Electronic Games,

Drugs Other than their own Prescription*

Tobacco, Fireworks, Alcohol, Firearms, Knives or other Weapons*

*None of these are allowed on the grounds and if brought will be taken away and NOT returned! Campers should understand that violation of these rules may result in the contact of parents/guardians with the possibility of being sent home.

Campers will be pre-assigned to housing based on space available and roommate requests. See registration form to indicate a roommate preference, we will try to honor your requests. Church groups will be assigned housing together, based upon gender. No cabin assignments will be changed on check-in day.

Campers are responsible for their own insurance coverage. Personal insurance information will be collected with the camper’s registrations, and will be kept on file, to be used if the camper needs medical treatment.

Due to the intensity and the scheduling of the programs, the public phones will be unavailable to the campers. As always, our medical personnel will contact you in case of a sickness or injury.

Prescott Pines is not responsible for any items left behind, lost, or stolen. After 30 days, unclaimed items become the property of Prescott Pines and will be given to needy families or charitable organizations. We recommend that you leave valuable items at home .

  1. Campers are under the authority of the camp staff during the camp week.
  2. Campers may not leave the grounds unless:
        1. under supervised camp activities
        2. a written request signed by the parent/guardian is presented at registration.
  3. No visitors without prior approval.
  4. Campers will conform to the camp dress code which is casual and modest.

 

Our staff arrives before camp begins every summer to undergo an in-depth series of training sessions that cover everything from team-building exercises to handling personal tragedies. The following are just a few of the areas in which our staff are trained:

  • How to talk to kids about Spiritual things
  • Working with personalities
  • Leading devotion times
  • Team Building
  • Safety and Emergency Procedures
  • How to deal with homesickness
  • How to deal with tragedy
  • CPR & First Aid

Our training methods prepare our counselors and staff for just about any situation they may encounter, and pave the way for our counselors to give your child the best, most exciting week of their summer!

At Frontier Village the campers sleep in teepees! Teepees have a cement floor, canvas cover and single or bunk beds for 10-12 campers. Teepees do not have electricity, so campers should plan to bring a flashlight. Restrooms and showers are located in the boys & girls bathhouse which do have electricity. Campers should bring a sleeping bag, towel & wash cloth and all toiletries.

In order to keep out the local wildlife, campers are asked not to have open food containers in their teepee.

Our counselors are trained to get to know their campers as individuals, and this forms the foundation for our evangelical technique.  Each week, we present biblically themed lessons during daily chapel that culminate in a Thursday night presentation of the Gospel.  This is paralleled by a week-long skit at town-time that presents the same message dramatically.  On Thursday night, after the climax of the skit and the Gospel message at chapel, the counselors meet with their campers and go more in depth, sharing their own experiences with Christ.  Our counselors understand that each person comes to Christ according to God’s timing, and will never force a camper to make a decision or judge a camper for not choosing to accept Christ.

Our Frontier Village staff is made up primarily of volunteers. Each summer we select a team of high school and college students who desire to spend their summer working with this ministry. From our pool of applicants, we select the most qualified individuals to work with your children.  Applicants provide references and go through an interview process to determine who will make the best candidates for working at Prescott Pines Camp.  Each applicant also is subject to a background check to ensure the safety of our campers.

  • All paid guests are given a wristband when they arrive at camp and are asked to wear it for the duration of their stay.  Anybody on campus who is not wearing a wristband will be asked to check in at the main office.
  • All visitors need to check in at the welcome center upon arrival and will be directed to their group leader.
  • Prescott Pines Camp is surrounded on three sides by National Forest and by private property on the fourth side.  There is a fence surrounding the property and the entrances are both clearly marked.
  • Group leaders can request keys for various levels of security in the lodging.  By default, we will give one master key for each building you are using, mainly for the purpose of unlocking doors that were accidently locked.  If you would like individual room security though, we can provide you with a specific key for each room.  Please keep in mind though that there is a small fee for lost keys.
  • Please do not bring valuables or expensive items to Prescott Pines Camp.  We are not responsible for lost or stolen items.  The safest place to keep these items is in your private vehicle.
  • Our biggest security concern here is the animals.  Squirrels and skunks live fat and happy lives here at camp and are not afraid to walk through open doors day or night.  They also have not figured out how zippers work either and tend to just chew their way through a bag to get to the food.  Please help us out by keeping doors closed, even when you are in the room.

If you submit your registration online, you should receive an email confirmation within a few minutes.  Please check your spam box to make sure it wasn’t filtered.

If you sent in your registration via “snail mail”,  you will receive an email when it is processed, assuming you gave us one on the registration form.  If you did not, then you may verify we received it by calling.  Please give us at least a week to get your registration in the mail and process it before calling.

With enough warning, we are able to accommodate most dietary needs.  Please let us know about your needs via the Dietary Request Form.

If your dietary needs constitute a serious health risk, the safest thing to do is bring your own food.  We can provide refrigeration and a microwave for you to prepare your own meals.

Email Your Camper

camper@prescottpines.org – Email your child while they are at camp.  In order to ensure accurate delivery, please include the Camper’s First and Last Name, as well as the camp name “Frontier Village” in the subject line.