2017 Summer Camp Weeks
Resident camp (ages 7-15)
|Week 1||June 4-10||FULL|
|Week 2||June 11-17||$610|
|Week 3||June 18-24||$610|
|Week 4||June 25-July 1||$610|
|Week 5||July 2-8||$610|
|Week 6||July 9-15||$610|
|Week 7||July 16-22||$610|
|Week 8||July 23-July 29||$610|
|Week 9||July 30-August 5||$610|
Camp Crosley offers the most exciting Summer Camps! Crosley sits on 400 acres including lakefront, woodlands, meadow, wetlands, and pastures along the shores of the Little Tippecanoe Lake. Our campers are out all day, every day in the most beautiful of settings, connecting with God, nature, others and themselves.
For 100 years Camp Crosley has offered values based camping for boys and girls ages 6 – 15. Campers enjoy our waterfront that includes tubing, sailing*, water-skiing*, paddle boards, log rolling, kayaking, and of course, who can forget the H2WhoaZone?! We also offer archery, Music Fusion, soccer, horseback riding*, tennis, high ropes, arts and crafts, Giant Swing, and minibikes*, just to name a few. Click here to check out our complete list of activities.
Mini-Camp (ages 6-8)
LIT Camp (ages 16-17)
*Note: Must commit to a two week session.
|Week 4 & 5||June 25-July 8||$1150|
|Week 6 & 7||July 9-July 22||$1150|
Call camp office to register. 574.834.2331.
Parents, your camper can come to camp can knowing he or she is safe in a Christian environment that supports and accepts him/her. Camp is the place to make new friends and meet up again with the old. Cabins are made up of campers who are within one year of age of each other and a camper can request to be put with a friend.
Cabin Mate Request: Only one camper may be requested. Must be no more than one year apart in age, and they must request each other.
Staff at Camp Crosley come from around the country and around the world. The directors at Camp have over 50 years of combined experience in camping, and backgrounds in counseling, teaching, and youth ministry. Counselors all undergo extensive background and reference checks as well as a complete training on safety issues, child care, first aid, and making a camper’s experience the best possible.
All activities are age appropriate and geared toward giving the camper the best experience possible. Younger campers have closer supervision and a ready made schedule while older campers are given a chance to choose their daily activities.