Camp Fees: $100.00
SCHOLARSHIPS ARE AVAILABLE!
NOTICE TO FORMER CAMPERS: Bring 1-4 friends who are first time campers to Mountaintop Retreat and receive a $5 discount for each friend!
NOTICE TO CHURCHES: Bring 5-9 campers from your church - camp fees are 95.00 each. Bring 10 or more campers from your church - camp fees are $90.00 each. Church groups must come with a bank check from the church the campers are coming from.
Teen Camp Ages 13-18 June 5-10, 2017
Come enjoy dynamic speakers, uplifting worship, impacting testimony times around the fire ring and hiking in the national forest. Make new friends, have fun zipping down the zip line, shooting down the water slide, playing volleyball and eating great food. Experience spiritual growth, a closer relationship with Jesus Christ and have fun!
Junior High Camp Ages 11-13 June 12-17, 2017
Day hikes small group devotions, great bible teachers and good music make this a special time for young people. Learn how to “walk with Jesus daily,” have lots of fun, make new friends and learn how to apply Biblical truths to life’s daily challenges. You won’t be bored!
Junior Camp Ages 9-11 June 19-24, 2017
Come have a great time and learn how to be a good soldier for Jesus. Hiking, play games, try the water slide and zip line and have more fun than you thought possible. Good food, good friends and learning about Jesus, your best friend. What could be better?
DIRECTIONS: From Main St. and Townsend Ave. in Montrose go west on Main St. cross the river stay in the right lane and go to the top of the hill. Turn left and follow Highway 90 to County Road 62.50 (aka Dave Wood Road). Camp is 11.5 miles up this road. Just as you get to the tall Ponderosa pine trees turn left at the camp sign on Bible Camp Road.
WHAT TO BRING: A warm sleeping bag (or appropriate bedding) and pillow, warm coat for cool evening, shirts or T-shirts and casual jeans (below the knee) are to be worn during chapel and meal time, shorts (fingertip length when arms are hanging at your side or longer) may be worn during free time, shirts and T-shirts are to overlap the top of pants when sitting down (no belly shirts) shoes for hiking, water bottle, modest shorts and T-shirt are to be worn for the water slide, Bible, pen, notebook, flashlight, personal belongings such as toothbrush, soap, towels, shampoo, etc. Mountaintop Retreat is not responsible for lost or broken items. Please mark all personal belongings with camper’s name.
WHAT NOT TO BRING: Food, candy, cell phones, radios, music playing devices, electronic games, squirt guns, weapons (Inc. pocket knives), matches, fireworks, chewing gum or tobacco or other tobacco products, Smoking is not permitted on camp property.
NOTICE: If a camper brings items that we have asked them not to we reserve the right to confiscate the items and hold them in safe keeping until checkout time.
NOTE: All medications must be in the original container labeled with the child’s name and dosage instructions.
CHECK-IN: Monday afternoon between 3:00 p.m. & 6:00 p.m. (the first meal is Monday dinner at 6:00 p.m.)
CHECK-OUT: Saturday morning 10:00 a.m.
FEES: You may submit your entire registration fee online via PayPal by selecting the PayPal button below. Scholarships are available.
HEALTH SCREENING: The Camper shall present a statement confirming a physical examination which has been performed within the preceding twelve months by a licensed physician or qualified licensed nurse practitioner. Please call or e-mail the camp office if you have any questions.
SPENDING MONEY: Pop, Candy, T-shirts and other items may be purchased at the Camp Store. Costs range from $0.25 to $20.00. An offering is taken the last day of camp for the camp speakers. In order to avoid lost or stolen money, we expect the campers to place their money in an account at registration. Remaining money may be withdrawn after breakfast Saturday morning before departure from camp.
NOTICE: In an emergency (during camp) call (970) 596-0505. Note: The camp is on the fringe of cell phone reception and you may not get through. Please leave a message and we will return your call.
Mountaintop Retreat is an equal opportunity service provider and our activities in the Uncompahgre National Forest are through a special use permit. Contact us for additional information or questions.