JULY 17-26

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We are family. We will be spending the entire week at Ocoee Ridge Camp in Ocoee, Tennessee (about an eight-hour drive from Raleigh), discussing what it should look like to live in both our earthly families and the family of God.


Student and Leader spots available.

*Graduating seniors are welcome to attend as a Middle School leader.


Rising 6th - 8th Grade

July 17 - 21

*Rate increases to $450 on June 1


Rising 9th - 12th Grade

July 21 - 26

*Rate increases to $475 on June 1
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A life-impacting experience over five days.


Evening messages will be given by members of our student ministry team or Summit staff. Worship will be led by worship leaders from all Summit campuses.


We are family. We will be spending the entire week discussing what it should look like to live in both our earthly families and the family of God.


The cost of camp is different for middle and high School (high school is an extra day). Middle School cost is $400. High school cost is $425. This covers meals (as we travel and at camp), lodging for all nights, transportation to/from camp (lunch included), activities (including whitewater rafting/tubing), t-shirts, and activity supplies.

Our goal is to provide one chaperone for every six students. Most of our chaperones are your students’ weekend small group leaders, but we also enjoy having parents and other adults as well. If you are interested, we would love to talk more about it with you. Chaperones are with students throughout the day during worship, meals, small group, activities, and lights out. And yes, every chaperone is background-checked and trained prior to camp.

No. The cost for leaders is $100. We are very grateful for our leaders.

We travel in charter buses. Each bus holds 56 passengers.

We stop to eat lunch both ways and it is provided/included in the cost of camp. Students do not need to bring any lunch money.

All the activities are run by Ocoee Ridge Camp staff and Adventure Unlimited (whitewater rafting, tubing, etc.). Both of these organizations are in compliance with state and federal rules and regulations. Waivers for each are built into your initial registration.

No. Middle school students will be tubing instead of whitewater rafting. It will be an enjoyable experience for them.

We bring two registered nurses with us to camp to assist with all medication and any emergencies.

Students will stay in bunkhouses. Each room has seven bunk beds for a total of 14 occupants. Each room will have two leaders and 12 students (to follow our 1:6 ratio), meaning each room will contain two small groups. Each room has its own bathroom for the 14 occupants. And we hope it’s a no-brainer that boys and girls will be separated.

Lights-out varies for Middle School and High School but is anywhere from 10 p.m. - 11:30 p.m.

Ocoee Ridge Camp provides breakfast, lunch, and dinner and offers alternate choices (with advance notice) for those with dietary needs. We can work out what’s best for your family after you register. Please note these specific restrictions on your student’s registration.

We try our best to place students in their normal weekend small groups (separated by gender, grade, and campus). There are instances where we may have to combine/split groups because of size.

Our desire is to be as distraction-free as possible. Cell phones, iPads, and other electronic devices are not permitted.

In the event of emergencies, you will be able to contact your student’s small group leader or our Summit on-call staff member.