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Summer Camp!

Registration for Mannahouse Youth Camp 2024 is open now for both High School and Middle School students!

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Check out last year's recap videos!

Learn more about Camp!

Who can go to Youth Camp?

Attendance at camp is based on the grade that students are entering in the Fall 2024.

Middle School Camp: students entering 6th-9th grade

High School Camp: students entering 9th-Spring 2023 12th-grade graduates.

Students entering 9th grade can choose to attend either Middle School or High School Camp.

What is camp?

Camp is a 4 day (3 night) sleep-away experience that has been intentionally designed for every student to have a personal encounter with Jesus. Camp is full of fun activities, awesome worship services, discussion times, and lot of opportunities for students to dive deeper in their relationship with Jesus and build friendships with each other.

When is camp this year?

High School Camp: August 13th-16th, 2024

Middle School Camp: August 19th-22nd, 2024

Where is camp?

Mannahouse Youth Camp is hosted at Washington Family Ranch (WFR) in Antelope, Oregon. WFR is owned and operated by Young Life, and is composed of two camps: Canyon and Creekside. High School Camp takes place at Canyon, and Middle School Camp takes place at Creekside.

How much does it cost and what is included?

Camp is $395 (+ fees) per student

This cost includes: transportation to and from camp and all housing, meals, and activities while at camp.

Does not include: lunch on travel days, purchases made at the camp store (snacks, drinks, merch, calling cards, etc)

Do I have to pay the full price when registering?

Nope! Only a $50 deposit is required to secure your spot, and payment in full is not due until the day students leave for camp, so payments can be throughout the summer!

Are there scholarships available?

Yes! There are scholarships available on a case-by-case basis for Mannahouse students who need financial assistance to go to camp. Scholarship requests are integrated in camp registration, simply select the option "Yes" when asked if you need financial assistance to come to camp! If you would like to sponsor a student, please click this link.

Can I sponsor a student to help them go to camp?

Absolutely! Please click this link to complete the sponsorship form. Using this link, you can donate toward a specific student or toward our Youth Camp Scholarship Fund!

How do I register?

Click here to register!

I've registered, how do I make a payment?

The confirmation email that you receive from Brushfire contains a link to view Full Order Details, to edit your attendee information, and a button to make payments on an outstanding balance! If you no longer have your confirmation email, you may click this link!

Payments (after the initial registration deposit of $50) can be also be made via cash or check. Checks should be written out to "Mannahouse Church". Cash or checks may be given either directly to your Youth Pastor, or mailed to:

Mannahouse Youth

Attn: Elizabeth McCallen

9200 NE Fremont St

Portland OR 97220

Please include "Youth Camp" and the name of the student or students to whom the included payment should be applied!

What kind of activities are there at camp?

Camp includes awesome worship services, teaching tailored to specific age groups, group discussion time, and Camp Olympics (whole camp games)! Each property also has a camp store with snacks, drinks, merch, and souvenirs.

Additional activities...

Canyon (High School Camp): Swimming pool, lakefront, zip line, paddle boards, sports center (basketball, volleyball, dodgeball, foosball, octoball, ping pong, billiards, climbing wall, skate park), gokart racing, and outdoor sports field (sand volleyball, soccer, softball, disk golf)

Creekside (Middle School Camp): Water park (swimming pools, splash pad, diving pool, water slides), indoor ropes challenge course & bouldering wall, disc golf, whiffle ball, octoball, mini golf, outdoor basketball court, sand volleyball

Please note: We cannot guarantee that all listed activities will be available during our camp.

If my child requires medication, can they still go to camp?

Absolutely! We bring our own licensed medical staff to camp to administer all medication for minors at camp. Please be aware, any participants under 18 are required to turn in ALL medication to be stored with the camp medic (with the exception of rescue medication). All medications must be turned in at check-in, in the original package, and any prescription medication must have the participant's name on the label.

Can I contact my student while they are at camp?

There is no cell coverage at camp. However, WFR does have free land-line phones on the property that students can use! Youth pastors and medical staff have access to the internet, and will be able to contact you in case of an emergency.

What should I pack for camp?

We will have a detailed packing list to share as camp comes closer!

Weapons, alcohol, and drugs of any kind are not permitted at camp.

Ready to sign up?

Still have questions?
Ask away!

We will email you back as soon as we can!

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