Summer Camp 2022

Basic information for our summer camps is below. For more information like how to register, more detailed descriptions of each camp, or how to apply to be an intern, please visit the Christian Conference Center website at

Grand Camp

(Starts Saturday 3:00 pm, Ends Sunday 2:00 pm)

Grand Camp (ages 4 - Grade 2 accompanied by a grandparent) is a two day/ one night experience for grandparents and grandkids.  You'll start the day with swimming, explore our camp through crafts and Bible lessons, have a cook out and s'mores, and end the day with campfire worship.  In just 2 days together on Holy Ground you will make memories that will last a lifetime.  Cabin/bunkhouse and private lodge room accommodations are both available for Grand Camp.  (Private rooms have an extra fee.)  Cost $60 per person


Session 1 Dates: June 25-26, Session 2 Dates: July 16-17 (Both Grand Camps are now FULL.)

Family Camp

(All ages)

Starts Friday 7:00 PM, Ends Sunday 11:00 AM

Family Camp (ages 0-18 accompanied by an adult family member) is designed to be a weekend of rest, relaxation, and God time for today’s busy families.  How often do you have time to just take a walk in the woods or play in the pool with your family?  You’ll be able to get a break from your packed schedules and take time apart just to be family.  Kick off the summer with a weekend away together.  Cabin/bunkhouse and private lodge room accommodations are both available for Family Camp.  Cost: $75 per person (maximum of $275 per family) 


Session Dates: June 3-5

Beginner Camp Completed 2nd and 3rd Grade

Starts 11:00 am June 5         Ends 11:00 am June 7

Beginner Camp (Grades 2-3) is a 3 day, 2 night introductory experience in Christian Camping for boys and girls who have completed the second grade. For many, this is the first time they have slept away from home without family members.  Experienced counselors act as “cabin parents” during the camp to try and make everyone feel welcome and at home.  This camp is a fast paced, high-energy, fun-filled few days. We try to pack an entire week of camp into 3 days!  Beginner campers spend time swimming, singing, playing, exploring our camp through their daily Bible Walks, and making s’mores around the campfire.  Beginner Campers will begin to explore their faith in a safe and supportive environment on our Holy Ground. Cost $140


Session Dates:  June 5-7

Junior Camp - Completed 3rd, 4th, 5th Grade


Starts Monday 1:00 PM   Ends Saturday 11:00 AM

Junior Camp (Grades 3-5) is our first weeklong summer camp for elementary age children.  Starting in 3rd grade, you can attend this amazing camp that is held in our new cabins. Every day campers will experience time to swim in the pool, participate in group games, spend time with their cabin group, and worship God around the campfire. Campers will be encouraged to see God in nature, in others and in themselves. By midweek you will be forming friendships that often last throughout the year.  Cost $280


Session 1 Dates: June 13-18, Session 2 Dates: July 11-16, Session 3 Dates: August 1-6

Camps for Middle Schoolers

(Completed 6th, 7th, and 8th grades)

Chi Rho Camp

Starts Monday 1:00 PM, Ends Saturday 11:00 AM

Chi Rho Camp (Grades 6-8) is a weeklong Semi-Rustic experience that produces opportunities for relationships with God and other people. While living in huts, you will quickly form bonds that last a lifetime. As a village, you will learn to cook over a campfire, play in the pool, cooperate through teamwork and discover the leader that lives in you. In this exciting outdoor environment, you and your new friends will experience the accepting and loving touch of God that can be felt sitting around a campfire at Chi Rho Camp.  Cost $280


Session 1 - Dates: June 13-18, Session 2 - June 20-25, Session 3 - July 11-16 

A.D.A.M. Camp

For middle school and high school youth

Starts Monday 1:00 PM, Ends Saturday 11:00 AM

The youth who attend A.D.A.M. Camp (Art Drama and Music) enjoy a week of practicing different art forms.  Campers learn how they can share their love for God through their art.   Each night campers will be able to show off their creations during their “gig”.  On the last day of camp, a final performance and art show is planned and parents and other loved ones are encouraged to attend.  This camp has a cap of 30 youth so get your registrations in early!  Middle school ADAM Camp is for grades 6-8 and the high school camp is grades 9-12.  Both ADAM Camps take place on the same dates but activities are split between middle school and high school.   Cost $280


Session Dates: July 25-30

Adventure Camp

For middle school and high school youth

Starts Monday 1:00 PM, Ends Saturday 11:00 AM

Adventure Camp (Grades 6-12) will be a totally different adventure every day.  Are you up for the challenge?  This summer our activities will include: water day, hiking, a zip line course, and challenge activities, among others.  This camp has a cap of 40 youth so get your registrations in early!  Campers will experience God through nature and through working together with their fellow youth.  Experienced and qualified adults will lead each adventure session.  You will accomplish things at Adventure Camp that you never thought possible!   This year Adventure Camp is on the road!  We will have registration and pickup at the CCC but will be traveling mid-week.  Because of this, late arrivals and early departures will not be possible.  Cost $280


Session Dates: June 27-July 2

CYF Camp 

(Completed 9th - 12th Grade)

Starts Monday 1:00 PM, Ends 11:00 AM Saturday

CYF Camp (Grades 9-12) is a week-long experience on the "Holy Ground" of the Christian Conference Center with other high school age youth. Through study, casual conversation, life changing worship and incredible recreation time, campers should expect to be challenged and nurtured in their faith journey. This is a camp that provides many opportunities to make new friends and capture a "deep-down" feeling of wonderment and purpose. A week at CYF conference may well stick with you your whole life long.  Cost $280


Session 1 Dates: June 20-25

Session 2 Dates: July 18-23

Senior Adult Retreat: (You're Never too Old for Camp!)

(55+ years and older)

Starts 2:00 PM   Ends 1:00 PM

You never have to grow out of coming to camp!  Senior Adult Retreat (Ages 55+) is intended to be time away at camp for older adults.  Many participants have been active in our camping ministry over the years, however, no prior involvement in the program is necessary to attend.  Senior adults spend time in fellowship, study, prayer and worship.  Evenings are spent around the campfire, telling stories, eating ice cream, and making new friends.  Senior adults stay in our hotel-style Lodge Rooms during their event.  Cost $155 per person

Session Dates: September 19-21

The CCC's Covid Guidelines for the 2022 Summer Season

The Christian Conference Center has worked hard to plan for the safety of campers, volunteers and staff since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic.  We have relied on guidance from the Center for Disease Control and the American Camping Association along the way.  We have made the following determinations about Covid-19 protocols for the 2022 camping season.  (We reserve the right to amend these protocols if transmission increases drastically in the state of Iowa.)

  • Current CDC and American Camping Association guidance states that camps should follow K-12 education guidelines, which currently recommend masks in areas of high transmission only.

  • Masks will not be required unless transmission rates in the state of Iowa increase dramatically.  Campers would be notified in writing before their session if masks become required.  

  • Regardless of whether or not campers choose to wear a mask, they will be welcomed and loved unconditionally by volunteers and staff.

  • Outdoor spaces will be used as much as possible for small group Bible studies, games, and large group gatherings.  

  • We recommend that all volunteers and campers are vaccinated before camp.  (The CCC staff members have all received their vaccinations and are ready to serve you.)

  • We recommend that campers and volunteers get tested for Covid-19 before their camp session.

  • Campers, staff and volunteers will be encouraged to practice good hygiene and self-monitor for symptoms of illness, both at camp and after they return home.

  • Campers and volunteers who are immunocompromised, or live with someone who is, may request to be placed in a group with other campers and volunteers who are fully vaccinated.

  • Rapid tests will be on site in case of illness.