HUACHUCA OAKS CHRISTIAN CAMP
Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review 324
PO Box 1367 9502 S. Hwy 92 Hereford AZ 85615 USA
The mission of huachuca oaks baptist camp is to provide a safe, enjoyable christian camping experience for children, young people and adults, and provide them with the opportunity to hear the gospel of jesus christ, encourage them to accept him as their personal savior, to grow in their walk with him, and to commit their lives to serving him.
Summer youth camps for grades 1-12 Recognized as an Angel Tree camp through Prison Fellowship Offer retreat & conference facilities to a variety of groups during the remainder of the year.
Direct beneficiaries per year:
Summer camp scholarships awarded to children-at-risk through Prison Fellowship/Angel Tree ministries. Low income families qualify for partial scholarships awarded each spring for children to attend summer camp sessions.
Geographic areas served:
We serve southeastern and middle Arizona, western New Mexico
Fall and spring retreats where the camp facilities and the services of the kitchen are used by groups renting the camp.
eight weeks of summer youth camps, summer rental camps for youth.
rental of camp facilities to private and public school groups for science camps, day use groups for leadership and training meetings, one day events
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My daughter has been going to this summer camp for 5 years! She loves it, and can't wait to go this year. Every other summer activity is scheduled around camp date. Staff at this camp is amazing, helpful, friendly and caring. My daughter loves the food, singing, hiking and games. She always comes back with stories to tell and new friends.
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