Our Boy's Outback program gives a chance for boys to have a good ole roughin’ it outdoor camping experience in God's amazing creation. We have scouted out a sweet base camp location on our property. Here campers will engage in outdoor activities such as hiking, mountain biking, canoeing, archery, and more. Campers will have opportunity to sleep under the stars, prepare their own food, and as part of a small group build bonds that can last a lifetime.

Pricing & dates for Outback Camp 2020 is subject to change, and will be updated & confirmed before registration opens.


Boy's Outback Camp is for boys age 11-13.  Drop off and registration will be at 5 PM on Sunday and pick up will be at 4 PM on Friday.  

  • July 26-31, 2019

What to Bring

As Outback Camp is in the great outdoors there are some specific items that campers should bring in preparation for the camp.

  • 5 complete changes of clothes. Bring at least 1 pair of pants that are NOT jeans (i.e. sweats or fleece pants). Denim, once it gets wet, is cold and takes long to dry.

  • Rubber boots (the path to outback camp can get very muddy in rainy weather)

  • 2 extra pairs of socks

  • 1-2 pairs of running shoes/sturdy footwear for hiking.

  • Raingear

  • Swimsuit

  • 1 summer jacket & 1 warm jacket

  • 1 heavy sweater (wool or polar fleece is best)

  • Sun hat

  • Canteen or water bottle with watertight lid (a 1 litre pop bottle works well)

  • Bible, pen or pencil

  • Toothbrush, toothpaste, soap, comb/hair brush, etc.

  • Towel & wash cloth

  • Sleeping bag (warm enough to keep you warm down to 0 Celsius)

  • Pillow

  • Any medication needed on a regular basis


  • Flashlight & spare batteries

  • Daypack

  • Sunscreen, sunglasses, chapstick, insect repellent

  • Camera

  • Musical instrument


iPods, MP3 players, cellphones, laptops, pets, tobacco products, alcohol, drugs, junk food or extra snacks (unless on a restricted diet), money, or valuables.