Snowbird Summer Camp

Snowbird Summer Camp


Recent email from Snowbird:

YOUR WEEK OF CAMP IS ALMOST HERE! We are so excited to have you at SWO22!

This summer we will look at The Gospel in the Life of David. 

Now, the important details you’ve all been waiting for….

There are a few important things that you need to know before you arrive. Check-In will begin at 3:00 PM EST at the SWO North Campus. For more details of what Check-In and the rest of the Monday schedule will look like, please click here.

If any members of your group wish to go horseback riding, it will be an additional $30. If any members of your group want to raft the Ocoee River, it will be an additional $40.

Check out the SWO22 Summer Camp Info page to see schedules, menus, rec. options, and all the other details you could possibly desire! You can also download the Snowbird App for all of your SWO22 information! 

We are so excited to see you on Monday, 06/20/2022 for your week of camp!

Don’t forget to check out the latest and greatest SWO Gear and information on what to bring to camp.

We’ll see you soon! 

The SWO Staff

Six days. One Gospel.


Summer Camp at Snowbird is all about pointing students to the Gospel. Offering nearly two-dozen recreation options, we are committed to high-adventure recreation. More than that, we are committed to Gospel-centered discipleship. Our summer camps host two worship services per day, engaging students through song, expositional preaching, drama, and video. In addition, daily breakout sessions cover a wide range of relevant topics, from apologetics and missions to relationships and Bible doctrine. Each day concludes with small group sessions, allowing our staff to engage students in personal relationships and encouraging youth groups to grow as a community.

To learn more about Snowbird Wilderness Outfitters, check out their website.

The total cost is $400. A deposit of $100 is required to reserve your spot. This deposit is nonrefundable unless all the spots are full and you get someone to fill your spot.

If the cost is too high, we recommend doing personal fundraisers. Writing letters and asking friends and family members for help to attend Summer camp has always proved effective. Most people are willing to help you if you ask, and there is no shame in it. Most people actually find joy in helping you!

Additional forms will need to be filled out by an adult through a link Snowbird provides, so please put a correct email that we can use for correspondence about these details.

We have a total of 25 spots, and they are filled on a first-come first-serve basis.