Lakeside offers a variety of activities that challenge and develop personal and team skills. Campers can look forward to engaging with intentional staff who are passionate about connecting youth with God, friends, and outdoor experiences. With a mixture of structured activities and plenty of free-time to swim or climb the giant rock, campers also enjoy boating, archery, the climbing tower, mountain boarding, and more!  Leave camp with new friends and fun memories!

List of camps:

Camp Cost Start/End Date Going into Grades Camp Availability
Developmentally Disabled (Register) (More Info)$0Jun 12/Jun 15All agesCamp is full,
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Junior 1 (Register) (More Info)$294Jun 16/Jun 224th to 6thCamp is full,
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Junior High (Register) (More Info)$294Jun 23/Jun 297th to 8thCamp is full,
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Teen Theater (Register) (More Info)$349Jun 23/Jun 297th to 12thCamp is full,
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Primary (Register) (More Info)$179Jun 30/Jul 32nd to 3rdClosed
Family Camp (Call for price) (Register) (More Info)$0Jul 3/Jul 6All agesClosed
Junior 2 (Register) (More Info) (Horsemanship Full)$294Jul 14/Jul 204th to 6thClosed
Junior 3 (Register) (More Info)$294Jul 28/Aug 34th to 6thClosed
*If a camp is full but there is still waitlist spots available then continue registration and it will put you on the waitlist

Camp Descriptions:


Developmentally Disabled, Jun 12/Jun 15, Grades All ages

  • Engaging children with disabilities in the camp experience, with speed boat rides, crafts, a mini carnival, games, horseback riding, bible teaching and songs. Accommodating a range of special needs and providing a 1-to-1 or 1-to-2 staff/camper ratio, this camp is offered at no cost.

Junior 1, Jun 16/Jun 22, Grades 4th to 6th

  • Junior Camps are fast paced and packed with activities and games. Campers may participate in activities like climbing, boating, mountain boarding, crafts, archery, riflery, or beginner horsemanship (for an additional fee). Free time, game time, and team time provide a variety of activites and skills!

Junior High, Jun 23/Jun 29, Grades 7th to 8th

  • Fast paced and packed with activities and games, this camp offers same classic camp fun with lots of new twists! Campers may participate in activities like climbing, boating, mountain boarding, crafts, archery, or riflery. Free time, game time, and team time provide a variety of activites and skills!

Teen Theater, Jun 23/Jun 29, Grades 7th to 12th

  • Learn theater arts in skills workshops, technique practice, and in rehearsing for the Friday Performance. In addition to practicing theater skills, campers may also participate in a variety of camp activities! Instructed by: Wendy Golter, studied theater at Wheaton College, Actor & Director for Valley Performing Arts. Holly Morookian, BA in Visual & Performing Arts, Music and Theater Teacher.

Primary, Jun 30/Jul 3, Grades 2nd to 3rd

  • Outdoor games and activities provide younger campers a great introduction to overnight camp. This half-week camp offers most Lakeside activites, including crafts, boating, archery, and more.

Family Camp (Call for price), Jul 3/Jul 6, Grades All ages

  • Come celebrate Independence Day and enjoy camp as a family! Activities are suitable for all ages and designed to help you create amazing memories together. The 4th of July Fair is the highlight of the camp, with carnival games, hayrides, a huge barbecue, lake games, and much more! Chapel Speaker: Brian Zunigha, Director of Discipleship Ministries at California Baptist University. Children's chapel sessions & childcare is provided.

Junior 2, Jul 14/Jul 20, Grades 4th to 6th

  • Junior Camps are fast paced and packed with activities and games. Campers may participate in activities like climbing, boating, mountain boarding, crafts, archery, riflery, or beginner horsemanship (for an additional fee). Free time, game time, and team time provide a variety of activites and skills!

Junior 3, Jul 28/Aug 3, Grades 4th to 6th

  • Junior Camps are fast paced and packed with activities and games. Campers may participate in activities like climbing, boating, mountain boarding, crafts, archery, riflery, or beginner horsemanship (for an additional fee). Free time, game time, and team time provide a variety of activites and skills!