Combine all the fun and games of summer camp with learning horsemanship skills while deepening your relationship with God, and you get Ranch Camp!
Wranglers and barn staff teach using the Certified Horsemanship Association standards to help campers grow in their knowledge and practice of western style riding. Besides horsemanship and other Ranch specific skills, campers have the opportunity for hiking, swimming, boating and the traditional evening cookout at Hicks Creek!
Most importantly, campers will see what it means to be an authentic Christian and have the most important friendship of all: a relationship with Jesus Christ. Every day they’ll learn and apply the Word of God to daily life through cabin devos, chapel times, and evening campfires.
Looking for information about our Ranch Hand Program? Check it out here!
Session six, for campers ages 15 to 17, will have fewer campers to allow for more individualized training and experience. The week will include extra activities on top of the core programming typical to Ranch Camp. Along with the addition of a full day pack trip, there may also be chances to try your hand at leather working, cart driving or even blacksmithing!
Victory Bible Camp is committed to moving forward with its 2020 Summer Camp Program. We’re ready to go, families want to see us open and so do we. Currently we are planning a six-week summer camp for ages 7-17 years old. The weeks will include three elementary; one Jr High and one High School. We will also be running, for the first time, a one-week Advanced Horse Ranch Camp during week six.
We can assure you we are not taking opening up lightly. We have been planning and re-planning all the different precautionary protocols that have come to us in parts and pieces from governmental agencies of Alaska, the CDC with the help of the American Camping Association (ACA) and the YMCA for how to operate a safe summer overnight camp and applying them to our summer camp. We want families to know that we will ensure that all the necessary protocols will be in line with CDC guidelines for the safety of our campers and staff. We also have been planning a great and exciting program for our campers living up to the level of Victory Bible Summer Camp of the past…just looking a little different. The VBC Program Team has been planning Summer Camp 2020 for six months, as well as over the last two months brainstorming many new ideas and new activities in order to adjust to a different type of program as needed.
Victory Bible Camp is Committed to …
Following the State Protocols Screening for Safety Training Our Staff Practicing Good Hygiene Keeping It Clean Extra Measures Food Service Creating Fun and Memories Campers Seeing Jesus
You may read all of our VBC precautionary protocols at here We really believe at this point in time, given the spring that we’ve had and most importantly that the children have had. camp will be more important than ever this summer.
Thank you for your support, Bob Lindsay Camp Director Victory Bible Camp