The Camps

There are three unique camps held each summer. Our Senior High Camp is held in late June for youth entering grades 10-12 (maximum age of 18). Junior High Camp is held in mid- to late July and is for youth entering grades 7-9. Finally, our Kids Camp is held in mid-August for kids entering grades 3-6 (minimum age of 8).

Every year, the camps have a different spiritual emphasis theme which extends to all three camps, but each camp is uniquely tailored to be appropriate for each age group. Previous themes include: “The Fire Place”, “Hidden Treasures”, “Showtime”, “Focus”, “Hallowed Ground”, and “Devoted”.

Each day of camp consists of morning and afternoon activities (these your child can choose for themselves on the registration form), morning and evening chapels (often the highlight of the day for the youth!), three meals a day (provided by Tel Hai’s excellent food service team), as well as pool and free time spent with their cabin mates and counselor.

Hosted by Tel Hai Camp in Honey Brook, PA, the camp is nestled in the middle of beautiful farmland and rolling, wooded hills; a peaceful oasis from a world that so easily demands our attention. The facilities at Tel Hai include:

  • 60 acres of woodland
  • 7 acre lake for boating & fishing
  • Dining & recreation halls
  • Gymnasium & swimming pool
  • Miniature golf course
  • Horseback Riding
  • Open playing field
  • Climbing wall and hiking trails
  • Cabins with bunks & bathrooms
  • Challenge Course

For more information about the camp grounds, you can visit Tel Hai Camp’s website at:

Protecting the Youth

Youth are placed into groups of 4-6 people, and then assigned to be with a counselor. Youth are expected to be with their counselor at all times. At no point will your youth be permitted to wander around on his/her own. We value both the physical and spiritual safety of our campers. Each counselor has been screened and processed with a background check for your safety and peace of mind. Our camp has a full-time nurse to handle medications and minor injuries. We also ask our campers to leave electronic media at home during the week of camp for their protection.