Spring 2021 Camp Theme


Hold the Bearing

“Until We Break Camp” Series

From our earthly home is temporary; our heavenly home, eternal. It is this realization that gives us hope.

For this reason, we persevere from start to finish as champions for the gospel and God’s truth.  It is through the exercise of courage that we realize the freedom we have in Christ. It is in steadfast faithfulness to our personal calling that we understand the true meaning of success. And it is through unfaltering integrity that we rise above reproach as imitators and models of Christ.

We will be persevering, courageous, faithful, and trustworthy men until it is time to “break camp”.

Based on Philippians 1:21-24 and 2 Corinthians 5:1-9





Gun Camp, OKC

March 26-27

The Oklahoma City Gun Club is dedicated to providing the community with a safe, comprehensive environment to enjoy a broad range of shooting sports.   CLICK HERE

Quartz Mts.

April 16-18

The Quartz Mountains offer an adventure close to home that gives campers a taste of the uniqueness of what Oklahoma can offer in topographical diversity. For more info: ABOUT QUARTZ MOUNTAIN | Oklahoma Arts Institute at Quartz Mountain (oaiquartz.org)

Devils Den S.P. AR

April 30 – May 2

Shores Lake campground rests in the Boston mountains and the Ozark National Forest of western Arkansas, not far from I40.  The surrounding topography is a showcase of upland hardwoods and shortleaf pine groves. CLICK HERE

Buffalo River  AR

June 4-6

The Buffalo river is home to waterfalls, limestone caves, canyon rivers, opportunistic fishing, and breathtaking hikes. Here is your chance to unplug for the weekend, and get in tune with the outdoors, your relationship with God, and in step with your son.

Wheeler Peak NM

June 24-27

Wheeler Peak is the highest natural point in the U.S. state of New Mexico. It is located northeast of Taos and south of Red River in the northern part of the state, and just 2 miles southeast of the ski slopes of Taos Ski Valley. It lies in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, the southernmost subrange of the Rocky Mountains. The peak’s elevation is 13,167 feet.

About Camping Opportunities

We offer spring, summer and fall father-son trips.  In addition, we offer family experiences as well.  As available, you will find the latest trips noted here.

 Our trips consist of wilderness adventures, games, ceremonies, fellowship and teaching.  Sons are trained in use of camping equipment and have opportunities to take lead roles in camp itself.  Fathers are the ones who make camp awesome.  Whether it is through teaching, cooking, leading games, or helping with logistics, fathers are the MVPs.

A typical weekend includes a Friday afternoon camp set up with evening teaching and games.  Saturday includes morning teaching, a mid-day excursion, afternoon father-son time, and evening ceremonies. Sunday includes theme consistent teaching, and an optional excursion based on the location and park opportunities.  Some of our newer trips add a day, but also provide bigger pay off.