Camp participants will be challenged spiritually, physically, and mentally through a full week of discipleship, adventure, and fellowship.  We look forward to seeing you this summer!

August 12-16, 2024

Registration opens June 2 - 40 Spots Available


When and where is this camp?
August 12-16, Adventureach grounds in La Plata, MD. The times of the camp will be 9AM-5PM daily.

How will they get there and back each day?                                                       

We will depart in our two 15 passenger church vans daily from Calvert Grace at 8AM each morning and return around 6PM each evening. Clayton, Aaron and Alaina Lohr, Derek Lambert, and Jenn Pearson will be leading the trip (and driving the vans) each day.

Who's invited?
All Compass Students who have completed grades 6-8 are invited to sign up.

How do I sign up and pay for my child(ren)?

Please use the link at the top of this page to access the Adventureach official registration system via their website. There is no cost for this camp as they are a non-profit and accept donations as individuals feel called to give.

How many of our adult leaders are attending?

Adventureach has a team of leaders that administer the camp who are trained in safety, discipleship, and counseling. The small group leaders (Alaina Lohr, Jenn Pearson, Michelle Buck and Clayton Lewis) will be working alongside them and the kids.

Is food provided?

No, each child will need to pack a lunch each day as well as bringing a refillable water bottle.

What does a typical day look like?

Below are 2 separate videos that explain the core of this camp and what your child will take part in. We are very excited to be partnering with local believers to equip our kids in Christ!

What is Adventureach?

Watch video HERE.

What is Adventureach? (detailed)

Watch video HERE.

Should my child bring any money?

No, they should not need money for this camp.

What about a packing list? What do they need to bring?

They will need to bring a change of clothes (and change of socks in case they get wet), swimsuits and towels, sunscreen/bug spray, and refillable water bottle each day.

What if my child has medications?

While Adventureach has first-aid trained staff/safety personnel on site (including a lifeguard, CPR, etc.), they do not have a nurse that administers daily medications and therefore medications need to be self-administered.

If I have any other questions, who can answer those?

Clayton Lewis