MO-RANCH SUMMER CAMP’S 5 CS
At Mo-Ranch Summer Camp, we intentionally focus on the 5 Cs of our camp for ages 6-11—Christian Living, Creativity, Critical Thinking, Communication and Collaboration—through programming, planning, the words we speak and the actions we take during each session. It’s our mission to ensure that each camper experiences the transformative power of summer camp during their time at Mo-Ranch.
Through our unique camp programming, we create a Christian living community where campers disconnect from the distractions of everyday life and have the opportunity to connect with new friends and counselors, while growing in their faith. Campers will be challenged to think creatively, intellectually, communicatively and collaboratively, and leave Mo-Ranch Summer Camp changed for the better.
For information about 2024 please contact our summer camp registrar Nicole Conner by calling 800-460-4401 ext. 234
Day camp is a great way to experience what camp life is like for our residential-overnight summer campers! Weekly themes add a primary focus that helps keep camp new and refreshing for campers who are attending multiple weeks. Our day camp’s programming is built upon enjoying the beautiful facility and activities that Mo-Ranch offers, and every week will offer a “theme” for your camper’s enjoyment.
Themes and dates for 2024 have been added!
Week 1 (June 3-7):
Week 2 (June 10-14):
Week 3 (June 17-21):
Week 4 (June 24-28):
Week 5 (July 1-5):
Week 6 (July 8-12):
Week 7 (July 15-19):
Week 8 (July 22-26):
Week 9 (July 29-Aug 2):
Themes & activities are subject to change.
Day Camp Activities and Daily Schedule
The following is a list of offered activities. Camper’s choice, weather, age level appropriateness, and counselor discretion all play a part in determining which activities are selected.
Some activities, such as critters, big gulp and water front are the same each week because of their popularity, while others such as Bible stories and arts and crafts will have different lessons weekly for those campers who attend more than one session throughout the summer.
- Arts and crafts
- Big Gulp
- Bible study
- Nature discovery – bird watching, fishing, hiking, insects, reptiles
- Games – kickball, playground, sand volleyball, soccer, gaga ball
- Scavenger Hunts
- Swimming – at the pool, river and rapids
- Songs and skits