Camp Akita for 7th Graders

Here are the programs Camp Akita offers for campers entering 7th grade in the Fall of 2021:

7th & 8th Grade Camp

June 8 - 13
Session 2
6 days, 5 nights
$485 (members)
$560 (non-member)
June 19 - 24
Session 4
6 days, 5 nights
$485 (members)
$560 (non-member)
July 13 - 18
Session 8
6 days, 5 nights
$485 (members)
$560 (non-member)
July 24 - 29
Session 10
6 days, 5 nights
$485 (members)
$560 (non-member)

During these camp sessions, our campers will be able to experience the Giant Swing for the first time. They will have more options during freetime, and there are more activities packed into a longer schedule. We transition from campfire songs to a live band and will introduce our campers to parts of camp they have never seen before.

The core message of Camp Akita is ideally suited for this age group. As our campers are experiencing the challenges of middle school, we are affirming who they are. They will hear from our staff members that God loves them just the way they are, no matter what, and we will focus many activities on how we treat each other.

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Akita Backcountry (Middle School, grades 6-9)



Boys & Girls entering 6th - 9th grades in Fall 2021
June 8 - 12
Session B1
5 days, 4 nights
$395 (members)
$450 (non-member)
July 6 - 10
Session B4
5 days, 4 nights
$395 (members)
$450 (non-member)
August 2 - 5
Session B7
4 days, 3 nights
$310 (members)
$365 (non-member)

Boys, only. Entering 6th - 9th grades in Fall 2021

June 26 - 30
Session B3
5 days, 4 nights
$395 (members)
$450 
(non-member)

Girls, only. Entering 6th - 9th grades in Fall 2021

July 24 - 28
Session B6
5 days, 4 nights
$395 (members)
$450 
(non-member)

Akita Backcountry is our outdoor education camp experience. Each session is limited to 10 campers who will stay in two large platform tents in a remote corner of our property. By immersing ourselves in nature, living more simply, and sleeping under the stars, we often feel like the best versions of ourselves.

There is something about cooking over a campfire and listening to the crickets that makes it easy for us to ask bigger questions, trust one another, and engage in deep conversations about faith. The program’s strength lies in the small number of participants and the relationships so easily formed as we explore together.


More info about Akita Backcountry