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ADVENTURE 14 

Adventure 14 is a youth camp designed to address the interests and challenges of being a teenager. Young men and women who turn 14 on or before June 30, 2019 are invited to attend.

Adventure 14 is based at UPBC's Woodlands campus. This campus offers wonderful frontage on Little Lake and a chapel, rec center, rec field, dining hall, camper cabins, newly renovated bathrooms and of course, a suitable campfire pit for roasting the perfect marshmallow.

While we will stay at the Woodlands campus at night, campers will embark on several day trips to explore the beautiful Upper Peninsula while canoeing, mountain biking, hiking, and swimming.

For those who’ve attended Adventure 13, Adventure 14 will challenge campers even further with an overnight trip to Copper Harbor where they’ll spend a night and a day in tents rather than cabins.

In addition to our exciting day trips, campers will have opportunities to participate in the classic camp activities of swimming, boating, team building, ropes course, and chapel times.

Adventure 14 is about building friendships and experiencing God through nature. Activities will challenge campers to take on leadership in new ways and provide opportunities for them to navigate their path — both literally and spiritually.

DATES & RATES

June 29-July 6, 2019 

$205 Camp Fee (due at check-in on June 29), $40 Registration Fee

Co-ed, age 14 (on or prior to June 29, 2019)

Contact: adventure14@upbiblecamp.org

OUR DIRECTOR

Ruby Carpenter has been coming to UPBC since she was girls camp age. She has participated in most camps UPBC has offered over the years and has also served on staff, in the kitchen, and at the Woodlands campus. She is stepping into a new role directing Adventure 14 and is excited to be a part of creating the experience she loved as a camper. Ruby graduates in May of 2019 with a Bachelor of Science in Community and Nonprofit Leadership from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and plans to use her degree working for non-profits internationally. She’s from Madison, Wisconsin but will likely move out of the country in the fall of 2019.


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