Specialty Camping Programs
program information

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confirmation camp

Confirmation Retreats

2018 TBA

Registration opens December 5

Cost: $TBA

Entering Grades 6-8

This retreat is designed for you to 'kick off' or 'wrap up' your church's confirmation program; it is not designed to replace what you are already doing.

Topics for both retreats will include: Church History, Understanding worship and the sacraments, Doctrine and Polity, United Methodist beliefs.

Sponsored by the Oklahoma Conference Camp and Youth Ministries

Location and Deans

Young Adults

Young Adult Camp

For ages 18-35

Regular Cost: $100

Are you longing for a retreat for young adults? We offer one for you! Enjoy a relaxing time to disconnect with the busyness of the world and connect with old and new friends from camps past. Most importantly, strengthen your relationship with God and leave refreshed!

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Family Gathering

Family Gathering

For all ages

Regular Cost: Adults $97 | 13-18 $87 | 6-12 $75 | under 6 Free |

Bring the whole family for Family Gathering. Share and grow with your family and with new families of friends. We will hike, laugh, sing, swim, play, eat and relax together. Join us and you will discover new ideas for family activities and ways to build a stronger and happier family.

Families will lodge together and activities will include family time, adult time and children time. Make this a priority and a new tradition. You will be glad you came.

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Single Parents Family Gathering

Single Parents Family Gathering

For all ages

Regular Cost: Adults $65 | 13-18 $55 | 6-12 $42 | under 6 Free |

Fun and spiritual renewal await if you are a single parent household of any size, or style (including, but not limited to, non-custodial parents, grandparents and military households) at the Single Parent Family Gathering. Parent and child/children are invited to come and be a part. Our goal is to help you face the challenges that life has to offer, and offer you some quality time at one of our marvelous camp sites.

Create wonderful memories as we swim, hike and fellowship together. And who knows, there might be a roasted marshmallow in there too!

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New Day Camp

The children receive all toiletry items, a teddy bear, backpack, Bible and a souvenir shirt. All bedding, towels and linens are furnished. Transportation is furnished from the children's homes by local church volunteers.

The camp is completely funded by donations, not apportionment dollars.

We attempt to staff the camp with one adult for every two children. If you are interested in volunteering for, know a child who is eligible for New Day Camp, or have questions, contact Lesa Rhoads at (405) 530-2014.

New Day Camps

New Day I | Children ages 8-11

New Day Too | Youth ages 12-14

New Day Camp is for children who have at least one incarcerated parent. The camp begins at noon on Monday and ends following lunch on Friday. We have worship twice daily.

Children are divided into small groups for curriculum study and other activities. Each group has its own set of adult leaders. Curriculum is designed to address the special needs of this group of youngsters. We also have share groups where children can process together their hopes, dreams and difficulties that might impact them.

These children are the forgotten victims of crime and we help them experience a New Day.

Recreational activities include fishing, canoeing, swimming, basketball, hiking, shoreline hiking and board games. The older group participates in challenge course activities. The camp also offers art, crafts and musical activities.



Camp Cavett

Camp Cavett

Children & youth, ages 10 - 18

This camp is for children and youth with debilitating diseases and is sponsored by Oklahoma United Methodist Camps and Children's Hospital. Children with handicapping conditions are welcome to attend. This is the only camp available for heart, sickle-cell and cystic fibrosis children. The camp is underwritten by donations, so there is no cost to the campers. Volunteer nurses are available and are part of the leadership team.

Activities are planned for every day and utilize all aspects of the camping program. Campers are encouraged to participate in all activities they are physically able to do. Swimming, canoeing, challenge course, basketball, jewelry making, crafts, volleyball, softball, archery are only a few of the activities provided.

Professional fishing organizations will teach the campers how to fish safely. Worship, new friends and the opportunity to talk are also vital aspects of this camp.

Donations are needed and welcome. Required funding date June 1.
$200 suggested donation
$450 allows one child to be sponsored