All camps are fully residential and our campers, volunteers and staff stay in our comfortable and air conditioned dormitories.
The daily schedule varies per camp session but generally is made up of three periods: morning, afternoon and evening. Mornings at Camp Pitt begin with wake-up and breakfast and usually include Bible lessons, group activities and interaction with missions. Offerings collected during camp will go toward the summer mission. Afternoons are filled with recreation opportunities. Archery, paddleboarding, air rifle, disc golf, swimming, group games and team sports are some of the fun events each afternoon at Camp Pitt. Evenings are a special time at camp. After dinner, campers participate in main session worship, an evening combined activity and conclude with campfire— one of the most memorable parts of camp.
Full week camps begin on Sunday and end on Friday. First Timers begins on Sunday and ends on Tuesday. Wilderness Week begins on Wednesday and ends on Friday.