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CCA’s Summer Camp!!

Welcome To The CCA Summer Camp Page 2023!


10 Great Weeks! June 5th to August 11th

Camp is closed July 4

“…be steadfast, immovable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, knowing that your labor is not in vain…” – 1 Corinthians 15:58

Meet the Director!


Hello everyone! My name is Ashlyn Yocum, and I am so excited to be returning as the camp director this summer! I have a great love for kids and watching them grow in their faith and develop their personalities. I am a May 2023 graduate of Shenandoah University with a degree in kinesiology. I am also completing my certification to be a health and physical education teacher, as well as a coach. I love watching most sports, but my favorite is basketball. You can usually find me playing with some of the campers at the end of the day! I attended CCA’s summer camp for many years as a kid. When I couldn’t be a camper anymore, I became a junior counselor for a few years. The past two summers I have been a counselor and have now been blessed with the opportunity to expand my role! There are so many great things that come from working at this camp. I get to have fun, worship Jesus, and create lasting relationships! My mission this summer is to create a safe and fun environment where the campers can learn and grow as people and in their faith.


Verse: Hebrews 11:1


What can you expect this summer at CCA?

A meaningful experience where your kid can be just that – a kid, while developing a heart for positivity, creativity, curiosity and service in the following ways:

Health and Wellness: in the spirit of encouraging growth and personal development for our campers; weekly activities will focus on movement, nutrition and emotional health. You’ll find us in the kitchen whipping up healthy treats, enjoying the fresh air, building confidence and finding our voices through lots and lots of appropriate interaction.

Physical Activity

Service: your child is sure to develop an interest and spirit for helping others this summer

Daily morning Bible lessons that are both age-appropriate and applicable to the joys and challenges of being a kid in 2023. We’ll also get your child energized with daily worship songs and prayer before lunch each day!


Sample Daily Schedule:

Monday Tuesday Wednesday* Thursday Friday
7:00am-8:30am Drop-off/Free time Drop-off/Free time Drop-off/Free time Drop-off/Free time Drop-off/Free time
8:35am-9:00am Morning Kickoff Morning Kickoff Morning Kickoff Morning Kickoff Morning Kickoff
9:05am-9:30am Worship Worship Worship Worship Worship
9:35am-11:15am Stations Stations Stations Stations Movie Day
11:20am-12:00pm Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch
12:05pm-1:05pm Outside free play Outside free play Outside free play Water Day Outside free play
1:10pm-2:00pm Bible Bible Bible Bible Bible
2:05pm-2:35pm Escape Escape Escape Escape Escape
2:40pm-3:50pm Clubs Clubs Clubs Clubs Clubs
3:55pm-5:30pm Pick-up/Free time Pick-up/Free time Pick-up/Free time Pick-up/Free time Pick-up/Free time


*Wednesday could be a field trip day which would result in us being gone for most of the day.

2023 Camp Rates:

Registration March 1 – May 12: $75

Registration after May 12: $125

5 days/wk $175 (CCA)/$200 (Non-CCA)

4 days/wk $165 (CCA)/ $185 (Non-CCA)

3 days/wk $150 (CCA)/$165 (Non-CCA)

*Multiple Children Discount = 10% off per week fee

CCA Summer Camp accepts students grades K (must be 5 by June 1) through entering 7th grade!


Camp Hours are M-F 7:00 to 5:30








Please email completed application to Maddie Sheetz,




Summer Camp Application 2023

Frequently Asked Questions about FACTS

What is FACTS?

FACTS is our Financial Management System. This is how you pay Camp Registration and Weekly Fees.

What people are saying about Camp Crusader…

“What an amazing camp. My son has been coming to other camps but this one was truly fun. The camp incorporates field trips, swimming, and water days and goes beyond other camps.” — Parent

“What an amazing summer camp! This was our daughter’s second year in camp and she has enjoyed every day – both summers. Clever activities, lots of time to run, climb and play, and Christian devotions, too. We wouldn’t go anywhere else!” — Jennifer, Parent

“I love summer camp because it’s fun and no one ever gets left out. The counselors are fun and awesome!” — Bree, Camper