Summer Adventure Camps
It’s hard to believe that the Christian Outdoor Alliance is entering into the 16th summer of our Adventure Camps! We have helped over 1,000 young adults find and/or build on their relationship with Christ since the inception of our summer camp program in 2002. We continue to grow and the future has never looked brighter. Our trained camp counselors and volunteer ministers, continue to be very successful in helping our campers grow spiritually and have a better appreciation for the Bible. This unique camp offers a week on a Texas Hunting Ranch, with an opportunity to harvest an exotic trophy, exotic doe, hog, or management ram. The Texas Hunter Education Course is offered at camp. Every day we spend time hunting, swimming, hanging out by the campfire and group devotional time with awesome kids and counselors! We have witnessed firsthand, the interpersonal skills the campers develop with their peers and counselors to help each other grow closer to Christ. Our job does not end when camp is over. Our counselors follow-up with our campers, many times building ongoing relationships, which is key to making disciples. We encourage the campers to keep up their daily walk with Christ throughout the school year and eagerly await their stories at the next summer camp. COA strives to ensure that all of its activities adhere to strict safety standards. COA models its safety policies after the Texas Youth Hunting Program and other established and time-tested programs. Check out Christian Outdoor Alliance Facebook page (www.facebook.com/mycoa) to see pictures of past camps and stay up to date with the latest happenings!
Camp Prices, Dates, and Ages
Age range for camp is 9-16.
BASIC CAMP – (doe, hog or management ram) – $950
NEW OPTION VARMINT/PREDATOR/SPOTLIGHT CAMP (700 Springs Only) – $950
RAM CAMP – $1,500
EXOTIC TROPHY CAMP – $2,750
SUPER EXOTIC CAMP – CALL FOR PRICE
Packing List for COA Summer Adventure Camp
First of all- you are welcome to bring your own gun, ammo, and hunting knife- but all must be labeled and if you can, pack separately, because we will collect these first and store in white trailer, which is our gun safe. You can bring your own fishing pole & tackle box also- please label!!! It’s helpful, but not necessary to have your own hunting gear. Many campers bring hunting back packs with their own binoculars, etc… but again, please LABEL EVERYTHING!!!!!!
*You will need a hunting license (in-state youth license cost $7 and you can get at any Wal-mart or sporting goods store) Campers will need to keep the hunting license with you when you go out hunting.
|Sleeping bag and pillow||Toiletries (don’t forget your toothbrush)|
|4-5 shorts||3-4 towels & 2 washcloths|
|7-8 t-shirts||Laundry bag|
|3-4 hunting clothes- jeans & camo/dark shirts||Water Bottle|
|2-3 pairs of pajamas||Sturdy shoes for hunting (athletic shoes or boots)|
|8-10 pairs of underwear||Shoes for pool and river|
|8-10 pairs of socks||Insect Repellant & Sunscreen|
All medications brought need to be checked in with Camp Nurse (Amy), they will need to be in labeled original containers. Medication form will need to be completed by parent.
What NOT to Bring-
We will collect all phones, ipods, electronics, etc. Campers will be allowed to use phone to call home (one or two times) or take picture with their animals- but unlike in years past, we will gather phones when not in supervised use. Tell the campers not to panic! We want to encourage actual conversations and a FB drama free week. COA will post pictures on the COA FB page for parents and friends to follow during the week.