Camp Info

Summer Camp at Camp Galilee is an experience that stays with you for the rest of your life. From the fellowship to the almost unending list of activities, the week is filled with nonstop fun and friendship. Most importantly it is a time for our youth to be able to learn about and connect with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. 

Our main focus is teaching campers the importance of a relationship with Jesus Christ. All campers will get to experience contemporary worship styles with fun and engaging bible songs, dynamic speakers, close-knit small groups, quite time, scripture memory and competitive quizzing. 

Faith

Galilee Bible Camp is not associated with a specific denomination, but we define ourselves as followers of Christ! We believe the Bible in its entirety without adding to or taking away from it. Our focus at camp is on the gospel of Jesus Christ and equipping our campers with the knowledge of their Savior, our identity in Him, and the tools to grow in relationship with Him. 

We encourage you to read our Statement of Belief by clicking on the PDF button. 

Amenities

We are blessed with a beautiful facility at Camp Galilee. The amenities at camp include six Boy Cabins, eight Girl Cabins, a bath house, our Chapel, Dining Hall, Gameroom Porch, Sugar Shack, Activities Center, Octagon Swings and all the beautiful outdoor areas. 

New to 2022 will be our outside amphitheater and our horse arena!

Sleeping & Eating

Your camper will be comfortable in one of our many bunk cabins. The boy cabins are on one side of the camp and the girl cabins are on the opposite side of camp. All cabins have bunk beds and an A/C unit to keep it cool and comfortable during the summer months. The campers will also have access to the bath house with private shower stalls and water closets.

All meals are provided for our campers as part of the camp cost. We have a fulltime cook that makes all meals for our campers. Campers also enjoy two daily visits to our Sugar Shack where they can purchase an afternoon refreshment and evening snack. 

Please let us know if your camper has food allergies or special dietary needs.

Yellow Backpack

What To Bring

  • Bible, Pen, and Notebook

  • Pillow, Twin sheets and a Blanket or Sleeping Bag

  • Personal Hygiene items, Bath Towels and Wash Cloth

  • Closed-toe Shoes & Pants for the Horses

  • Water Shoes, Swimsuit, Cover Up, Beach Towel

  • Plenty of play Clothes

  • Prescription Medications- check-in at first aid

  • Sunscreen & Bug Spray

  • Optional- Hat, Sunglasses, small Flashlight

WHAT NOT TO BRING

  • Cell phone or other Electronics including cameras

  • Over-the-counter Medication

  • Books, Magazines, Toys

  • Weapons including pocketknives

  • Drugs, Alcohol, Tobacco, or other illegal Substances

  • Food or Drinks of any kind

DRESS CODE

  • Shirts: Shirt and shorts must overlap when reaching arms straight above head and when leaning over to touch toes. Shirt must cover chest when bending over (no low-cut tops). Tank tops must be at least the width of three fingers.

  • Shorts: Inseam must be at least 5 inches in length. (If not sure, hold arms straight down with shoulders relaxed and hands against your legs. Shorts must be lower than your fingertips). Please no holey jeans or sagging. Parents will be called to bring appropriate shorts if needed.

  • Swim wear: Girls must wear a 1-piece swimsuit or tankini that overlaps. Any swimsuits that do not meet these criteria will be worn with a dark t-shirt & shorts. Boys must wear modest swim trunks. Everyone must wear T-shirts to & from lake.

  • Chapel: Campers will be given time to clean up and change into clean, modest clothing for evening chapel services