Fall 2020 Camp Theme

 

Never Defeated

From the beginning, God’s plan for His people and His world has been under attack, but never thwarted. The same power to overcome dwells within each one of us, so that we can live boldly and completely for Him.

 

 

 

 

Gun Camp

March 26-27th, 2021

RedRock Canyon 

November 14-15

Redrock Canyon Adventure Park is a short drive west of OKC, but provides a unique experience unlike other parts of the state. Join us for a one night event involving testosterone filled games, night hiking and challenges, and serene views of the stars and rock faces.

Osage Hills S.P.

November 6-8

Osage Hills is located east of the grasslands but in a small canyon full of babbling waterfalls, boulders to traverse, and serene scenery. For more information, visit the official site HERE.

Roaring River S.P.
October 23-25

Roaring River State Park is unique on so many levels!

Located in the southwest Ozark hills, Roaring River State Park is one of three state parks stocked with rainbow trout. Eager anglers flock to the park year round to try and catch their “lunker” trout.

Lake of the Arbuckles

October 3

The Chickasaw NRA offers wonderful camping, boating, fishing and sunset views less than a two hour drive from the metro.  It is perfectly suited for a day trip getaway for fathers and their son(s). This event will largely operate on or near the water as participants traverse the lake, taking breaks for challenges and games.  All the work on the water will be rewarded with an evening waterfront fire and some great home cooked food!

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.