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2020 Registration is temporarily closed. For more information,
**Read our COVID-19 & Camp FAQ**

 


Learn more about summer camp at Camp Pecometh!

Not sure where to start? Download the brochure, and check out our About Camp Pecometh, Program Descriptions, and FAQ pages.

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Learn more about our COVID-19 response

Read our COVID-19 & Camp FAQ page for the latest information, or check our Coronavirus Update Blog for details on year-round operations.

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Check out our 2019 Summer Camp Highlights Video!

 

Camp Pecometh 2019 Video

 

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Join us for Music Time!

Social distancing doesn't mean we can't gather virtually each week for Music Time! Every Thursday at 10:00 am EDT, click on over to our Facebook page for live camp music. Feel free to sing and dance along!

Quick Facts

  • Camp Pecometh's overnight sessions are typically six days in length, beginning on Sunday afternoon and ending after lunch on Fridays. We also offer three-day programs and day camp programs for younger campers.
  • All programs are built around the same core activities: swimming, arts & crafts, music time, waterfront, all-camp activities, Bible Study, vespers, and our signature moment: the Galilean service, an unforgettable waterfront, candlelight service.
  • We recommend that first-time campers try our classic Mini Camp, Riverside, or Senior High programs, but with over twenty programs to choose from, there's a program to fit every camper's interests! You can learn more on our Program Descriptions page.
  • Registration fees are all-inclusive and range from $539 to $879 for a full week of overnight camp. Financial assistance is available: Our policy is that no camper is turned away due to finances. More information about paying for camp may be found on our Payment & Camperships page. 
  • Depending on the program, campers stay in rustic cabins or dorm-style facilities, and are supervised by our trained staff 24 hours a day. 
  • All of our counselors are at least 18 years of age or have graduated from high school and have received professional training, including First Aid/CPR/AED certification. 
  • There is a nurse on site at all times and the closest major hospital is less than 15 miles away. 
  • Our dining hall serves up tasty, nutritious meals and campers can have all they want, including fruit and salad bar at lunch and dinner. We are often able to accommodate most dietary restrictions requested in advance.

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