Camp for Ages 8-11
Why choose Wagon Train?
The gospel isn’t merely one ingredient in our programming mix. It’s the reason for everything we do.
Registration is open
You Bring a Counselor
We Provide a Counselor
Deposits are transferable and refundable
in the case of a canceled event
Need Financial Help?
There are scholarships available for every camper that needs them. We call it Camperships!
Campers and parents can apply for a Campership during the registration process online.
Jun 25-Jul 1
Jul 30-Aug 5
About the Summer Camp Theme
In a culture that is increasingly opposed to Christianity, how can we remain faithful to our amazing God? Perhaps, it is by understanding that God is faithful to us and therefore worthy to be followed!
This summer we will have an incredible time studying the book of Daniel. Our theme, Steadfast, will be set in a world where the wild west collides with marvelous medieval times.
We will examine the steadfastness of Daniel and his friends while challenging ourselves to practice daily spiritual disciplines. Like Daniel, this will encourage us to be steadfast unto our God amidst a culture that is trying to deter us from doing so. We cannot wait to see you this summer! Yeeehaw!
Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego answered and said to the king, “O Nebuchadnezzar, we have no need to answer you in this matter. If this be so, our God whom we serve is able to deliver us from the burning fiery furnace, and he will deliver us out of your hand, O king. But if not, be it known to you, O king, that we will not serve your gods or worship the golden image that you have set up.”
Wagon Train is a fun, rustic summer camp for kids age 8-11 years old, entering 3rd through 6th grades. This Old West experience includes sleeping in a real covered wagon, learning Archery and BB guns, riding canoes and kayaks around the pond and exploring Fort Logan (our three-story island fort).
But the fun doesn’t stop there! Camp-wide recreation games like Capture the Flag, the Water Carnival and our awesome night game Stampede will have you talking about camp for years to come. You’ll also sit around a campfire singing worship songs, memorize scripture, watch amazing skits about the Bible performed by the Wagon Train staff and hear each morning and evening the Good News of Jesus and his love for us. We almost forgot to mention: D&G tag, Chipmunk rappelling rock, Trading Post, and a tree house fit for a king: Burnside Manor. You’ll experience all this and more, like great food, friends and fun.
Some older mapping services will suggest you take the 245. It is a curvy, winding road that will take you at least an additional hour. DO NOT take 245!
If you’d like to orient yourself to the camp before arriving, download this PDF of the Hume Lake campus map.
- Sleeping bag
- Twin bed sheet
- Alarm clock (battery powered)
- Swim Shorts/Swimsuit (one piece)
- Sweatshirt (hooded)
- Dark/camo clothing for night game
- Shoes – regular use
- Shoes – to get wet
- Socks – bring extra
- Sandals- for pool and shower times only
- Towel/Beach Towel
- Personal hygiene
- If your child is bringing medication or supplements, please send them in their original containers.
- We are not able to give medication that we cannot identify and dose from the original container. Sending medication in anything other than the original container may result in the camper not receiving it.
- Bug Spray
- Camera and batteries
- Water bottle
- Decorating supplies for wagon clean up
Wagon Train is a closed camp. This is for the safety and enjoyment of every camper. We ask that family and friends not visit during the week. If necessary, parents may schedule a proper meeting with their child by contacting the Administration Office and making arrangements.
Here’s how you’ll need to address your letter/package:
Wagon Train – [Camp Dates]
[Camper Name] – [Church registered with]
64144 Hume Lake Rd
Hume, CA 93628
Wagon Train – June 15-21
Johnny Smith – ABC123 Church
64144 Hume Lake Rd
Hume, CA 93628
IMPORTANT: Please send five days prior to desired delivery date!
A doctor and a nurse is provided for each week of camp and there is a volunteer fire dept on-site with two on-call EMT staff daily. There is a fully-stocked First Aid station with 24 hour access to counselors. A registered nurse administers and ensures all daily medications are given to campers.
There is no cell reception at Hume Lake or pay phone at Wagon Train. There is only access to a phone for Church business and Emergencies. Campers are not allowed to make non-emergency calls during their week at camp.
The Trading Post supplies only crafts and snacks for purchase during freetime 2-5pm daily. It does not supply camper personal items. These are available in the General Store in Main Camp if forgotten.
Money for additional snacks and crafts may be added to the camper account through the registration page. All camp activities are included at no additional cost.
At Wagon Train, you can expect warm days and cool nights. Days are a bit warmer in July and August. Nights are a bit more chilly in June and late August. It rarely rains.
Each wagon has ten beds, and each bed has a personal shelf. There are four large areas underneath each wagon for luggage storage.