A Word to Parents
Summer camps at Twin Rocks Friends Camp & Conference Center are designed to provide children and youth with active, memorable experiences within a safe learning environment. Each camp provides campers with fun recreational activities, creative uses of the outdoors, positive peer interaction, supportive and caring friendships with Christian counselors, and solid Bible-based teaching.
Amazing Staff. What makes Twin Rocks' camps so successful? Its outstanding staff. Each camp leadership team includes education and/or youth ministry professionals intimately familiar with camping methods and experiential learning techniques. These leaders relate effectively with today's young people, and are committed to keeping camp fun, engaging, safe and Christ-centered.
Twin Rocks is blessed with a slate of hand-picked, carefully trained cabin counselors who model Christian commitment and strength of character. The counseling staff provides the backbone to the summer camp program, where purposeful small group activities stand at the core of camp. While campers enjoy an abundance of all-camp activities, it's the small group discussions that make Twin Rocks camps special. Group-building initiatives create an atmosphere of trust, and a place where lasting friendships are forged.
Twin Rocks Friends Camp has been an active member of the Christian Camp and Conference Association since 1973 and has been accredited with the American Camp Association (ACA) since 2000. ACA accreditation is a stamp of approval verifying a camp's quality programming and excellent safety standards. To maintain this accreditation, Twin Rocks passes rigorous, 157-point inspections.
Open to All. Participation at all Twin Rocks camps is open to everyone without regard to race, color, national origin, sex or handicap. Please be aware that most housing facilities at Twin Rocks have steps to climb and many uneven walkways are on uneven ground. The camp does offer a few units which are handicapped accessible.
Medical Information.All campers must submit a medical history form (and medical release) signed by parent or guardian prior to arriving at camp. A registered nurse or physician is on site at Twin Rocks-programmed weeklong overnight camps to assist with medical needs.