Adventure 13 is a youth camp planned to the interests and spiritual development of 13 year olds. It is attended by young men and women who are 13 or will be during 2017.
Adventure 13 makes use of UPBC's Woodlands campus. Woodlands is well equipped for Adventure 13 with facilities including camper cabins, chapel, dining hall, recreation building, rec fields, and water front on Little Lake.
Campers will spend about half their time away from camp grounds hiking, swimming, canoeing, biking, and relaxing on the beach. We will explore Upper Peninsula favorites such as Pictured Rocks, Au Train Beach, Sugar Loaf Mountain, Little Presque Isle and area waterfalls and beaches.
Back at Woodlands, campers will take part in traditional camp fun including swimming, boating, ropes course, team building, skits, and evening chapels.
Adventure 13 is about developing relationships and experiencing God in a meaningful way. Activities are planned for campers that will encourage them as they enter the teen years and begin to face challenges in relationships and in becoming independent young people.
DATES & RATES
July 8-15, 2017
$195 Camp Fee (due at check-in on July 8), $40 Registration Fee
Co-ed, age 13 (anytime in 2017)
Scott Martin has been part of UPBC as a camper, counselor, and staffer for many years. In addition to working with campers at UPBC, he has lead student trips in Colorado, Venezuela, and Japan. Scott has a hard time spending more than a few minutes in the U.P. without being awed by the creative work of our God. He lives in Suttons Bay, MI, with his wife Nicole and 2 boys: Graham and Isaac.