Miracle Mountain Ranch offers a Christian Summer Camp, Retreat Program, and School of Discipleship. It is located in the township of Spring Creek, Pennsylvania, about 35 miles southeast of Erie, Pennsylvania, in Warren County. MMR is a non-denominational, non-profit organization that holds to high standards of excellence in facility, ministry, and message. We are western-themed and host one of the largest Christian Horse Camp programs in America. In addition to horses, we offer many program activities and non-horse events. If you would like to talk with someone who has been to the camp, please see NWPC members Mark and Sara Arblaster. Click here for more information.
Jumonville Camp and Retreat Center Experience the Jumonville difference! A Premier Christian camp and retreat for more than 75 years, it is located 50 miles south of Pittsburgh near Uniontown in a beautiful mountaintop setting. If you would like to talk with someone who has been there, please see NWPC members Josh and Alex (Taylor) Schroder. Click here for more information.
Seneca Hills Bible Camp and Retreat Center is located in Polk, Pennsylvania, just off of Route 8 about 6 miles south of Franklin. There are many camps available including Camp with Me (ages 6-8 can bring along an adult) to Senior High camps that include concerts, dynamic speakers and even adventure experiences. For more information, please visit their website.
Pine Springs Camp is located in Jennerstown, PA. The camp features Discovery, Exploration and Journey camps while teaching the love of Jesus and exploring the individual’s unique gifts. If you would like to hear all about Pine Springs through first-hand experiences, please see NWCP members Tim, Jessica, Micah or Greta Shelenberger. For more information on registering, please visit the the Pine Springs website.
Camp Lambec is located on the shore of Lake Erie in Springfield, Pennsylvania. The camp features family camps, sports camps and music camps for all ages. For more information please visit their website.
Trinity Youth Conference (TYC) is a week-long event for high school youth (who are at least 15 years of age and have completed 9th grade by July 22, 2018) and college-age young adults. TYC focuses on spiritual and leadership development, discipleship, and evangelism through daily worship, small group activities, and various workshops with topics based on the theme. TYC is funded in part by individuals, congregations, and presbyteries of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Click Here to read more about TYC.
Krislund Camps and Conferences is located in Madisonburg, Pennsylvania, about three hours east, just past State College.The camp features unique Conestoga wagons to sleep in, adventure camps, woodworking camps, and many other exciting activity camps. For more information please visit the Krislund Camp website. The Welker family, from NWPC, also has information to share about this camp as they have had great experiences there throughout the years.
Summer’s Best Two Weeks is located in the Laurel Mountains of Southwest Pennsylvania about an hour and a half east of Pittsburgh. For nearly 50 years, Summer’s Best Two Weeks has run summer sports camps for kids ages 8-18. Along the way, campers will be coached and cared for by a phenomenal staff of leaders and college athletes who will point them to Jesus and show them what following Him is all about. Click here to visit their website.
Presbyterian Church Camp and Conference Association includes listings of camps by state regions. Visit their website to scroll through the state of your choice. Several of our recommended camps are also listed there.