Our Camps


For seasoned camping veterans and some rookies, too. We offer three days of activities: swimming, hiking, canoeing, crokinole, bocce ball, horseshoes and much more. Bring your RV, stay in a cabin, or just come out for the day! 55+ Camp this year runs from June 11-13, and will be tons of fun!



One of our four unique camps, family camp this year runs from July 5-8. It's a family fun holiday, even for mom. Meals  are  prepared  and we do most of the clean-up as well! This will give you lots of time to spend with your family:  swimming,  horseback riding,  canoeing, wall climbing, going on the zipline and many other things. A speaker will  challenge and  encourage you, and your children  will be looked after. Parents will enjoy an evening banquet while their  children are cared  for by our staff. Register early as spaces fill up quickly!



Junior Squirt

This camp is perfect for your campers who want to go to camp, but aren't yet ready for the full week away from home. Games, chapels, swimming, time around horses and yummy meals. Ages six and seven are invited to join us for Junior Squirt, July 3-4!


Senior Squirt

Senior Squirt runs like a Junior Camp, but shorter, allowing your little ones to ease into camp. This year, senior squirt camp runs from July 29-31. Each child can choose three skills from: Balloons, Bubbles & Bracelets; Creation & Crafts; Games & Sports; Climbing Wall; and Creek, Crickets & Crayfish. 



Junior camps are our most widely attended camps, and run three separate weeks, for ages eight to eleven. These three weeks are July 8-13, July 15-20, and August 5-10. Select your choice of weeks, and of skills, from Balloons, Bubbles & Bracelets, to Climbing Wall to Archery.


Young Teen

Young Teen camps are very similar to Junior camps. One of the differences is the age of campers. Young Teen camps are for campers ages 12-14. Skill choices also change, and include Paintball, Archery & Pelletry, Hiking & Outdoor Cooking. Come to Young Teen Camp, either on July 22-27 or on August 12-17.



Skill choices for Youth Camp include skill choices from Young Teen camp, as well as unique options chosen by campers on a daily basis. Youth camp is for ages 15-18, and is the most easy-going of all summer camps. This year, Youth Camp is August 19-24.


The Great Outdoors

The World Wide Web, cell phones, virtual games and hundreds of satellite TV channels keep kids inside and inactive. Kids discover a whole new side of life in the Great Outdoors. The surprising beauty of the Swift Current Creek reflects the wonder of our Creator's genius, power and care. Out in the fresh air, there are crayfish, frogs and minnows to catch, flowers and birds to discover, rosetta rocks to hunt out, and there is plenty of room to run.

Please leave precious or expensive items/clothing at home. West Bank Bible Camp cannot be responsible for articles lost, stolen, or damaged. Our goal is a different atmosphere for kids, and consequently ask that personal stereos, cell phones, and electronics be left at home.

Emergency Measures & First Aid

Our director, life guards, and other select staff members have current First Aid, CPR/AED training. A designated first aid attendant manages first aid supplies, as well as camper medications and vitamins. No medicine is to be kept in the cabin by campers. All over-the-counter medications require parental consent on the camper registration form. Camper safety is always our prime consideration.


What to Pack

  • What to bring:
    • Sleeping bag or equivalent
    • Raincoat & Boots
    • Bible, Pen & Paper
    • Bug spray & sunscreen
    • Toiletries (shampoo, toothbrush, etc.)
    • Warm jacket for cool evenings
    • Modest swimsuit (preferably one-piece, or provide a t-shirt to go over a two-piece)
    • One red t-shirt, one blue t-shirt and a pair of long socks (for wide games)
  • What not to bring:
    • Expensive clothing or jewelry
    • Electronics

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