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2017 Summer Camp Schedule

The 2017 Path of Life Camp summer camp season runs for eight weeks from June 26 to August 18. A full calendar of events throughout the year may be found here.
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June 26–30:Day Camp #1Western Week
July 3–7:Day Camp #2Fiesta of Faith
July 9–15:Teen CampRedneck Roundup
July 17–21:Day Camp #3Astronaut Adventure
July 23–29:Junior CampRedneck Roundup
July 31 – August 4:Day Camp #4Arctic Summer
August 6–12:Junior High CampCastle Conquest
August 14–18:Day Camp #5Jungle Journey

Day Camp

K-6th grade
Day Camp Day$25.00
Day Camp Week$90.00
Day Camp Hours
9:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Horseback riding lessons are available after day camp from 3:00 - 4:00pm and from
4:00 - 5:00pm. The second session also includes a swimming period prior to the horse lesson. See here for more information.
Due to limited space, you must register in advance for Day Camp horse lessons.

Resident Camp

 Junior CampAges 8-12
 Junior High CampAges 10-14
 Teen Camp13 and up
Registration fee (non-refundable)$50.00
Camper room and board$150.00
Registrations received before May 30th will receive a $10.00 deduction.
Optional Activities
Breakfast trail ride$10.00
Horsemanship class$35.00
Go-Kart class*$20.00
*Camper must be 10 or older to take Go-Karts
and Check-out
: 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM Sunday
Check-out: 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM Saturday
Parents are encouraged to attend the Saturday rodeo and awards service at 10:30 AM. We also invite you to join us for lunch on Saturday.
Special Offer!
Any individual or organization with five or more campers attending resident camp may bring a sixth camper free of charge except for the $50.00 registration fee.

What to bring

  • Enough clothes for the week
  • Long pants
      (for horseback riding and go-karts)
  • Closed-toe sneakers or shoes
      (for horseback riding)
  • Modest one-piece bathing suit and towel
  • Toiletries and showering towel
  • Pillow and sleeping bag/blanket
  • Rain gear
  • Warm jacket or hoodie
  • Bible
  • Notebook and pencil
  • Spending money for Snack Shack
  • Immunization and health records

What not to bring

Please do not bring knives or other weapons, mobile phones, tablets, music or video players, laptops, portable gaming consoles, or other electronic devices to camp

We operate under a permit from the New York State Department of Health and are regularly inspected by the Broome County Health Department. Participation in camp is offered to everyone regardless of race, gender, or religion.