Camp dates for 2018 are June 11–15 · June 18–22 · June 25–29 · July 9–13 · July 16–20.
Online application will be available early fall.
Dates and prices are subject to change.

Teen Extreme Youth Camp

Johnny Pope

June 11—15

Kenny Baldwin

June 18—22

Shane Lewis

June 25—29

Ray McCormick

July 9—13

Jeff Redlin

July 16—20

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Experience Teen Extreme

An Exciting, Affordable Summer Camp for Church Youth Groups and Teens (grades 7–12) on a Christian College Campus

2017 Speakers & Dates

Johnny Pope

Johnny Pope

June 11—15
Kenny Baldwin

Kenny Baldwin

June 18—22
Shane Lewis

Shane Lewis

June 25—29
Ray McCormick

Ray McCormick

July 9—13
Jeff Redlin

Jeff Redlin

July 16—20

Our Mission

To provide an energetic camping environment that includes extreme sport and team activities with a focus on spiritual growth and development

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Camp Staff

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Along with the camp director, music coordinator, and event coordinator, the staff is composed of students from Pensacola Christian College who’ve dedicated their summer to serving teens. Their main desire is to help campers grow in their relationship with Christ. Before camp begins, the students go through vigorous training in preparation for the arrival of the teens.

From the start of camp on Monday to the closing breakfast on Friday, the staff is alongside the teens, building relationships at every activity, meal, and during recreation time. They lead their team through competition game time and share the Word of God during nightly devotions. At least two staff members stay on every floor in the residence halls, making them available to meet campers’ needs 24/7.

Camp History

How did a summer camp end up on a Christian college campus?

Dr. Horton, the founder of Pensacola Christian College, started Camp o’ the Pines (a summer camp for elementary-age kids) in 1953. But he was burdened to help teens grow spiritually during the summer, too.

He wanted to give 7th–12th graders a summer camp—an affordable one—where they could learn about Christ and do what teens do best: have fun. And he thought the campus of Pensacola Christian College would be the perfect place.

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