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Summer Camps 2017

How do you want to spend your time this summer?  Riding horses?  Canoeing or backpacking?  Sharpening your sports skills?  Hanging out with friends at the lake?  Solid Rock offers activities and adventures for all ages.

 

Lakeside Program

The Lakeside facility offers a wide range of traditional camp activities:

Archery - Riflery - Canoeing/Kayaking - Campcraft - Handcrafts - Mountain Boarding - Climbing - Field Games - Team Time

 A fully staffed waterfront is available for free time activities.  It includes swimming, boating, a rope swing, and the Blob.  Our Lifeguards are Red Cross certified.

Traditional Camps

Primary campers (going into 2nd and 3rd grades), Junior campers(going into 4th through 6th grades) and Junior High campers (7th and 8th grades)  build skills in chosen activities*, and participate in team building and fun times centered outdoors.


 Sports Camps

    Wakeboard/Waterski Camp - Two sessions on the water daily with instructors from Walk On Water Ministries and Sea World.   7th - 12th graders

    Basketball Camp - Six hours a day in the gym with professional coaches and college players working on drills, shooting skills, and teamwork.   7th -12th graders

    Running Camp - Training runs, track runs, trail, beach runs,and a half-marathon day with instruction and guidance from world class athletes and college runners.   7th -12th graders

   Volleyball Camp   7th - 12th graders


     Family Camps

   Memorial Work Weekend - Spend Saturday  helping the staff get ready for the summer camping season, Then enjoy the actvities the rest of the weekend.  This is a free camp for families working on Saturday.  Space is limited!

   4th of July Camp - Take some family time to enjoy the activities Solid Rock offers.  Don't miss the Country Fair with the climbing mountain, carnival games and barbecue supper.

Wagon Train Program

Enjoy the full old-west experience at Wagon Train Camp.  Ride the bucking barrel, learn to cook over a campfire, spin a lasso, ride in a horse-drawn carriage, sleep in covered wagons, and learn horse care and riding skills.  And don’t miss out on waterfront activities, crafts, and archery!

 

Wagon Train HORSE camps

Offers a structured horsemanship curriculum as well as specialized activity options.  In addition to riding and ground classes customized for participants’ skill level, campers sign up for other horsemanship activities such as trail riding, carriage driving, or basic horse training.  Classes are taught by CHA (Certified Horsemanship Association) Instructors and build horsemanship skills in the saddle and on the ground for beginner through advanced riders.

 

Wagon Train EQcel Camp 

For riders who are ready to delve into learning a wider range of horsemanship skills. In addition to riding and ground classes, EQcel participants will receive hands-on instruction in horse-keeping and care including preventative health care, 1st aid, feeding, training & schooling skills. This camp also offers longer sessions and a greater array of specialty classes.  Suggested for riders with previous horsemanship experience.

DAY Camp

 Experience Wagon Train's core activities in our NEW Day Camp.  Enjoy crafts, archery, waterfront, and horse activities.  Great for first-time campers.

Grades 3-6

Daily 10 AM - 5 PM is $ 265.00 which includes lunch.

 

Wilderness Program

Join us for an unforgettable experience in the untouched Alaskan wilderness.  Make new friends, learn valuable outdoor skills, and see the world from a perspective most only dream of.


Difficulty Rating: 1-the easiest 10-most difficult

Day Hikes (Difficulty:3)

This shorter camp is a great introduction to hiking on the Kenai Peninsula.  Enjoy cooking over the fire, playing games, and making new friends.  Nights are spent at the Wilderness Base Camp on Solid Rock grounds.

Jr High Hike & Canoe (Difficulty:4)

For those who are looking for a little of each.  Join us for 2 day hikes and 3 days of canoeing; giving you a chane to experience both.

Jr High Alpine Backpack (Difficulty:7)

Spend a week in the mountains backpacking and camping.  Hear the marmots whistle and follow goat trails to the tops of the mountains.

Jr High Canoe Voyage(Difficulty:6-7)

Spend several exciting days canoeing and camping on the Kenai Canoe Trails.  Learn a variety of canoeing skills like the Capistrano T-Rescue, portaging techniques and how to make a canoe into a hot tub.

** NEW- High School Snowscape Alpine Backpack (Difficulty:8)

Spend a week high up in the snowy mountains.  Learn to make camp on the snow, go glissading, and have a snowball fight in July; all while surrounded by the most amazing scenery of the Kenai Peninsula.

Hike and White Water Rafting (Difficulty: 8)

If you are looking for a fast-paced adventure this is the trip for you.  Spend the week backpacking and camping, with a day rafting on Sixmile Creek*, the Kenai Peninsula's premier white water river.

      *Raft trip guided by Nova River Runners.   

**NEW-High School Bike and Hike (Difficulty:6)

This is a great experience for those wanting a variety of outdoor adventures.  spend 2 days mountain biking to an alpine lake, 1 day hiking, and 2 days canoeing on the beautiful Kenai Lake.

HS Blackstone Bay Sea Kayking Trip (Difficulty:7)

Enjoy watching glaciers calve, whales, sea lions, and sea otters swim while camping on the beaches of the dramatic Blackstone Bay, located 8 miles outside of Whittier.  This trip has been extended to 10 days to take advantage of the abundant scenery and to allow for weather conditions if needed.

 

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