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Calling all campers! Make new friends and deepen your relationship with God this summer. Kids Great Getaway is a fun-filled four days of activities planned with kids in mind. Activities include recreation, missions, chapel, quizzing, swimming, hiking, looking for treasure, and enjoying the beauty of God’s world in a camp setting. This is the summer camp you’ll always remember!

When: Wednesday through Saturday, July 24-27, 2024
Who: Children going into 4th through 6th grade (2024-2025 school year)
Where: Camp Quaker Haven (8438 312th Road, Arkansas City, KS 67005)
Kids meet at 7:30 am at church on Wednesday to ride the bus.
Parents pick-up kids from camp on Saturday at 10 am.

Cost: $275 (plus $25 bus fee)


Register and pay by Sunday, May 12. A late fee of $20 will be charged after May 12.

Printable Registration Form

Online Payment

Camp Brochure


Where do campers sleep?
Campers sleep in a cabin grouped by gender and grade with a minimum of two counselors in each group.

What does a day at camp look like?
Each day is packed with activities for campers to enjoy. A regular day consists of 3 main mealtimes, morning chapel, mission time (where campers hear about what God is doing in other parts of the world), morning rec (split between boys and girls), Bible lesson with their cabin group, personal quiet time, flat on back (indoor rest/relax time), free time (where cabin groups can choose between a variety of camp-wide activities), Bible quizzing, evening rec (entire camp), evening chapel with music and a lesson from the camp speaker, then time for bed!

Activities are both indoors and outdoors, and provide campers fun, age-appropriate activities in nature, away from technology, surrounded by teens/adults who love them and point them to Christ. Campers stay with their counselors and cabin group at all times during camp.

What kind of medical care is provided while my child is at camp?
We have two medical professionals as our camp nurses on site the entire week to help administer medication and treat minor injuries/illnesses. If there is an emergency or major injury, 9-1-1 will be contacted.

 Who makes up the camp staff?
The staff consists of counselors and support staff from participating churches. Each cabin group is assigned a junior counselor (at least 14 years old) and a senior counselor (at least 16 years old), with at least two counselors in each cabin group. The support staff is made of both teen helpers and adult staff who plan and lead activities and provide staff/camper support as needed.

All staff members fill out a staff application; teen staff are also required to submit a personal and pastoral reference; background checks are run on all staff that are 18 years and older.

If you have any questions about camp, please contact Children's Ministries Director Lynette Reimschisel.