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On-site Activities

There are a lot of activities for you to participate in while at the Camporee. Get out of your comfort zone and try something new and exciting. The possibilities are almost endless!

See the list of activities here – TBA

Schedule of Activities

Tuesday: 12:00 PM (Noon) – 5:00 PM
Wednesday – Friday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Saturday: 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM (Sabbath appropriate)

BraveHeart Kids Village

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Mom and Dad! Braveheart Kids Village is happening in the fictional Castle of the Camporee, for ages 4-8, where they will embark on an epic adventure that empowers them to stand tall with the kings and queens of the Bible…the “crowning point” is learning about God and His story!…and that is no fairy tale! At the Castle of Camporee, kids experience God’s story in fun and unforgettable ways! Each day, they will share in the fun adventures of the King of the Castle of Camporee, the feisty but eloquent Queen and the hilarious Jester.

Location: TBA – View the Camporee Map

Hours: Tuesday 1:00pm-5:00pm, Wednesday-Friday 9:00am-12:00pm and 1:00pm-5:00pm

Cost: TBD

BraveHeart Village is just around the corner! Are you ready?

Register here: TBA

Volunteers Needed:

We are also looking for volunteers! Please contact TBD, if you’re interested in volunteering at the Children’s Braveheart Village at the Camporee! We need people for a Praise Team, people that love to act (Skit people), and some people to help us with a Special Feature (of your choosing) for the afternoon! We CAN’T WAIT to hear from you! Must be a registered attendant for Camporee to be eligible to volunteer.

Need help? Contact Gerry Lopez, Braveheart Kids Village Coordinator

NAD Education - Creation Station

The Creation Station at the BTP Camporee will give you an opportunity to connect with 13 Colleges/Universities, a number of NAD academies, Union Education Departments, and other education entities offering honors and exhibits including, Architecture, Aviation, Lighthouse, Ropes, Floorball, Dinosaur Excavation/Taphonomic Research, Bones/Muscles/Movement, and many more!

Located: Energy Hall building

View the Cam-Plex buildings map for location of Energy Hall.

Need help? Contact Ruth Horton or Marc Grundy for more information.

Young Eagles

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Free airplane rides are available during Camporee for young people ages 8 -17. These are sponsored by the Experimental Aircraft Association and numerous volunteer pilots. They take place at the edge of the main activity area by the main runway. These rides count as part of the requirements for the Aviators honor, but the pathfinder is not required to be working on that honor. Pathfinders are REQUIRED to preregister for airplane rides. As part of preregistration a single page will be printed that requires a parent signature. This paper must be brought with the pathfinder to camporee. To register for the flights follow the link below according to the day you want to fly. For questions contact Bill Greenley at 269-208-1533 or wgreenley@gmail.com.

Register here: TBA

View questions you have asked:

For safety reasons, flights may be cancelled and not rescheduled in the event of poor weather conditions (rain, low clouds, poor visibility and or high winds).

Volunteer Pilots Needed

If you or anyone you know has an airplane and would like to come to camporee to help give airplane rides, please contact Bill Greenley at 269-208-1533 or wgreenley@gmail.com.

Need help? Contact TBA, Young Eagles Coordinator

Spirit Hall Ice ArenaSpirit Hall Ice Arena

Located in the East end of the Wyoming Center at the CAM-PLEX. This arena is a full NHL size rink that offers a large area for recreational skating, figure skating and hockey games. Rental Skates are available for those who do not own skates.

Wigs for Kids Beauty Parlor

These are the regulations for hair donation:

According to a representative and guidelines from the site, Locks of Love requires a minimum of 10 inches of hair for donation. To see if your hair is long enough for donation, pull your hair back in a ponytail and measure from approximately 1 to 2 inches above your ponytail holder to the tip of the ends of your hair.