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Summer Camp

A middle school camp for the books! The pool, the beach, the games, the worship, the friends, the food, the campfire, the cabin time, and the crazy! But, bigger and better than all that is the chance to connect on a deeper level with the God who made us and made a way for us to know Him.


Important Dates

Mandatory Parent Meeting: Parents need to attend only one of these three meetings:

  • Saturday, July 13, 2:30PM in the Summit
  • Thursday, July 18, 5:00PM in the Summit
  • Saturday, July 20, 2:30PM in the Summit

Drop off: 9am on Mon, Jul 22 at New Heights Main
Pick Up: 5pm on Fri, Jul 26 at New Heights Main
Registration Deadline: Wednesday, July 17th


Quick Details

Information for Registered Students: Download here.
Camp Location: 23515 Pacific Way #1, Ocean Park, WA, 98640


What to Expect

You’ll be in a cabin of 8-10 other middle school students and 1 or 2 of our trained leaders. We’ll stay on camp property for our entire trip. Sleeping, eating, playing, learning – The Dunes Bible Camp has space for it all.

Sleeping: The camp facility includes cabins with bunk beds and mattresses. As always, guys will be separated from girls and no one is allowed into the others’ space.

Eating: The dining hall offers wonderful meals served buffet style at the heart of camp. During free time, students will be allowed to purchase snacks and drinks from the snack shack.

Playing: Students will love the indoor swimming pool (staffed with trained life guards). Large, open field space offers excellent play space along with a large indoor gymnasium and a water slide. The camp is situated on some beautiful coastline with a wonderful beach to play in. While ocean swimming will not be allowed, skim boarding is a popular activity for our salt-water students.

Learning: The chapel is where we’ll have each of our morning and evening meetings. Worship, games and talks will keep you on the edge of your seat. Smaller discussions called Cabin Time will be in the evening in your cabins.


What to Bring

Please pack all of your belongings in a compact fashion. Each student will be allowed 2 pieces of luggage – a personal bag and a sleeping bag. It does not usually rain in July, but it can, so be prepared.

  • Clothes for 5 days (please include a warm jacket, pants, and shorts)
  • Walking/athletic shoes
  • Sandals/flip-flops
  • Hat
  • Personal items (soap, deodorant, etc.)
  • Swimsuit (no bikinis, please)
  • Towel (one to shower and one for the beach)
  • Flashlight (extra batteries)
  • Sunblock, chapstick, bug spray
  • Water bottle
  • Sunglasses
  • Sleeping bag, pillow
  • Plastic bag (for dirty clothes)
  • Bible, pen, notebook



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