Youth Camp

Learn more & register for camp

Northwestern Ohio Christian Youth Camp

Join Dylan (our Youth Minister) for a week of fun at camp!


June 19-25, 2022

Ages 7-20

Director: Matt Dahm Week


$200

scholarships are available, email office@chillscoc.com for more information about scholarships


Camp Address

8877 S Twp. Rd 131

McCutchenville, OH 44844


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If you have not gone to camp before you might wonder what do you do all day. Well here is a brief example of what a day might include:


Bible Classes – Every day has at least 2 Bible classes and normally when you add daily chapel, devos, and fire circle campers will have had 5 opportunities to study the Bible and grow closer to God.

Singing – Singing is an important part of camp and just like Bible classes there are multiple periods of singing and worship throughout the day

Swimming – In the hot summer months we take full advantage of our olympic sized swimming pool. Weather permitting each week utilizes the pool at least once per day. Although frequently weeks will have multiple swimming sessions or water sports.

Outside Entertainment – Singing groups, improv groups, magicians, boomerang throwers, and many others have visited NWOCYC to entertain our campers. We try to bring in a variety of entertainment options so it is difficult to say for certain who will be coming but rest assured that whatever it is will be a lot of fun

Arts and Crafts – It wouldn’t be camp without arts and crafts. Our arts and crafts directors spend months to come up with fun projects that reflect our theme or other spiritual lessons.

Sports/Games – We have a giant sports field that is used daily for kickball, baseball, steal the bacon, water sliding, water wars, and just about any other group game we can thing of. 

Rec Room / Dining Hall – Ping pong, foosball, board games, and card games and canteen are all available for campers to participate in if they prefer indoor activities

Great Food – Each meal is prepared by our amazing cooks. There is always plenty of food and a variety of options. We also work closely with campers and staff to accommodate any special dietary needs/allergies.


WHAT TO BRING

  • Sleeping bag
  • Pillow
  • Towels
  • Swimwear
  • Bible
  • Pencils
  • Tooth Brush
  • Tooth Paste
  • Soap
  • Shampoo, etc..
  • Flashlight
  • Bug spray
  • Money for the canteen/snack bar
  • Shoes & Clothing for the week
  • *Please bring clothing that is modest in nature* [nothing too tight, too short, too low cut.]


OBVIOUS WHAT NOT TO BRING

  • Alcohol
  • Drugs
  • Tobacco


OTHER THINGS NOT TO BRING

  • Cellular Phones
  • MP3 Players & IPods

If any of these items are brought, campers will have an opportunity to turn them in on Sunday evening. After that time, all of these items will be confiscated. The camp has a phone and it is primarily used for emergencies. Some staff members will have their cell phones if a special need arises. We feel strongly that your child or children will benefit from fewer distractions. They certainly can use a break from all the phone calls, text messages and other media. We appreciate your cooperation in this matter.