Summer Camp Blog

Next Level

Ligonier Camp is proud to offer two different summer camp options for kids: Classic Camp, and Next Level.  Classic Camp as its name suggests is your 'classic' summer camp: archery, crafts, cookouts, bible study, etc.  

Next Level is are high intensity, all adventure program. It last for the first three weeks of camp, and if offered for kids ages 12-17.  We just wrapped up our last week of Next Level, but it is never too early to look back on all of the good times. 

Next Level is split up into huddles of five, and for the Red, Yellow, Blue, and Green Huddles, three huddles come together to form one massive huddle.  The Black Huddle is made up of one boys room, and one girls room, and they are the oldest campers in Next Level. 

These huddles spend all day together doing lots of adventure activities.  Every huddle does initiatives (team building activities), they then rotate between all of the adventure activities we have.  Every huddle does participate in Lake Day and White Water Rafting. 

Other potential adventure activities are: 

Tree Climbing

The Zipline

Pamper Jump

We also offer:  The Vomit Comet, Flying Squirrel, Mountain Bikes & Boards, and our brand new High Ropes Course!  Every morning and afternoon is packed full of these activities to give our campers the best experience possible. 

Next Level campers, also, participate in Bible Study, and CLUB with classic camp.  Despite the high intenstiy activities campers, and counselors alike agree that the flow of Next Level is very relaxed, and chill.  Check out what some of the Next Level campers had to say about Next Level. 

"The community of Ligonier is so welcoming and kind, it is a great way to learn more about Jesus and escape the chaos of real life." --Jon Lemieux

"Ligonier is so much fun and it really helps me strengthen my relationship with God.  Lake day and the overnight are awesome!" --Erica Rose

"Next Level at Ligonier reminds me that my journey in Christ is a joyful experience that will last a lifetime." -- Gordon Reeves