Co-ed Resident Camp

Experience Life on The Island

Two boys smile as they ride on an inflatable tube being towed by Camp Canaan's boat.

Wall-to-wall Action and Adventure

This is WAAY better than the Residential Summer Camp you remember! This full-week, overnight Co-Ed Overnight Summer Camp is wall-to-wall action and adventure for campers ages 10-13. Our dedicated and passionate camp counselors will guide campers in a variety of activities including the famous Canaan Zipline Canopy Tour, Giant swing, kayaking, rock climbing, team building, team sports, personal development, Rambo, Paintball, Archery Tag, and Horseback Trail Riding.

We also feature all of our memorable traditions including cabin-cleanup competitions, boating on Lake Wylie, vespers and campfires. This is a full week of traditions, adventure, friendship, and fellowship. Every camper will have stories to share from this experience of a lifetime.

Co-ed Resident CAMP DETAILS

This full-week, co-ed summer camp is for boys and girls ages 10-13 and is held Sunday-Friday. Campers will bunk in our cabins complete with AC and indoor bathroom facilities.

Delicious catered meals are provided each day and include:

  • Sunday- Kick off dinner
  • Monday-Friday- Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Friday Family Cookout.

Ad-ons: Canteen- $10, $20; Paintball- $25 per child; Horseback Trail Riding- $65 per child. *Availability of add-on programs varies each week.

Please view our Parent Handbook for additional information.

Dates Ages Rate
Jul 9 – 14, 2017 Ages 10-13 $549/Week
Jul 16 – 21, 2017 Ages 10-13 $549/Week
Jul 23 – 28, 2017 Ages 10-13 $549/Week
Jul 30 – Aug 4, 2017 Ages 10-13 $549/Week

Laura – Camp Mom

“To my children, Camp Canaan IS Summer! They look forward each year to coming back to reunite with old friends, to build new relationships and be challenged to step outside their comfort zones. Every day is an adventure! As a parent, I value the outstanding staff that directs them and guides them spiritually. It’s great to see the bonding and growth among the campers and counselors from year to year.”