Summer Youth Camps
Since 1946, campers of all ages have been making memories to last a lifetime at Camp Zion, near the northernmost tip of the beautiful Door County, Wisconsin peninsula.
Camp allows you to take a break from the pace and distractions of life, and breathe in the beauty of God’s creation. Listen to God’s voice and learn from His Word.
Enjoy unforgettable fun in community with great friends and caring staff. Discover the life-transforming power of a relationship with Jesus Christ.
Bring a friend,GET $20!
Bring a friend who has never attended a Camp Zion summer camp program and you each receive $20 credit in the canteen (non-refundable). You must both attend the same week of camp and your registration forms and payments must be received within one week of each other. Credit is applied after camper check-in, first day of camp.
Pre-Camp (entering gr. K-1, parent & 1 child)
August 9-12 $399
Perfect for first-time campers, your young boy or girl will experience all the fun, games, and traditions of a regular summer camp, with a parent or grand-parent nearby. Children will be better prepared to attend on their own in future years. And, parents have as much fun as the kids!
Primary (entering gr. 2-3)
June 23-27 $266
The days fly by with this five-day, four-night adventure, filled with new experiences. Pass the S’Mores! For girls and boys.
Junior Girls (entering gr. 4-6)
July 7-13 $399
The sounds of happy, giggling, singing girls are everywhere, with fun-filled days, new friends, and the famous Jr. Girls Talent Show and Stunt Night.
Junior Boys (entering gr. 4-6)
July 21-27 $399
Hold on for an energetic week full of fun! Boys will learn new skills, get in on the excitement of a game of Ga-Ga ball, Dodgeball, Carpetball, and enjoy the classic Jr. Boys Stunt Night.
Jr. High (entering gr. 7-8)
July 14-20 $399
Seven days of action-packed, non-stop, extravagant-themed FUN, with overnight tent campouts, water balloon fights, and the legendary Messy Games Day! For boys & girls.
Sr. High I (entering grades 9-12)*
July 28-Aug. 3 $399
Kids consistently tell us that this session is one of the best weeks of their lives! Great team and waterfront activities, and hang out time with new and forever friends. For girls and boys.
*Wait List Alert! This session is at capacity, and a wait list has been started. We HIGHLY RECOMMEND that you complete the registration process ASAP to get your name added to the waiting list. No deposit is needed to have your name added to the waiting list. There are no guarantees, but we typically see changes to the camper list. When a vacancy occurs, we immediately notify the next person on the waiting list, and move them onto the camper list. If we are unable to accommodate you, you will receive a full refund for any deposit and fees already paid. Hang in there!
HS 2.0 (entering grades 9-12)
Aug. 4-8 $319
Exciting activities such as kayak and bicycle trips, water- skiing, and high ropes and climbing wall, and hang out time with new & forever friends. For boys and girls.
A Note to Parents –
Camp is a place where your child can experience outdoor fun and develop meaningful relationships with other kids and adults, while in a safe, Christ- centered environment. Your child will never forget the spectacular scenery, limestone bluffs, beautiful sunsets over the bay, and star-filled nights.
Caring and qualified staff members supervise campers, include them in activities, and know how to spot and deal with issues like homesickness and misbehavior. Waterfront, food service, and health services staff have appropriate and current certifications. All staff members undergo initial background checks, annual application reviews, and training in child protection policies. Camp Zion is licensed by the State of Wisconsin as a Recreational/Educational Camp.
Our daily schedule offers a variety of fun activities, including age-appropriate, themed Bible studies and evening campfires led by committed Christian staff. Campers learn about God and His wonderful plan for their lives, and how to apply faith in Jesus to their lives.
To request scholarship assistance or set up a payment schedule, please contact the camp office.
The accompanying deposit for camps and retreats is applied to the total Camp fee and is not refundable or transferable except for sickness, unavoidable circumstances, or if the camp session is full. Balance of summer camp fees, spending money, health history, and medication administration forms are due by June 1, and must be received by June 15. Balance of fees for seasonal retreats are due one week prior to the retreat.
WHAT SHOULD MY CAMPER BRING?
Bible (Don’t have one? Please ask.)
pen or pencil
2 pair sturdy shoes
pillow & pillowcase
fitted twin sheet
towel & washcloth
water shoes for non-swimmers
WHAT SHOULD MY CAMPER NOT BRING?
electronic music playing devices
personal 2-way radios
food from home unless accompanied by a doctor's dietary order.