Rising 1st – 5th Graders

Day Camps

Junior Day Camp

Rising 1st - 5th Grades

$360

Are you ready for a week of summer day camp on Bogue Sound? Junior day camp strives to nurture spiritual growth in
our campers through interaction with the wonders of God’s creation and to foster deep relationships with Christ in our
churches, communities, and the world. Our camp programs create purposeful opportunities to plant seeds and have
campers grow spiritually throughout the day. At morning watch campers receive a seed for thought, providing them
with a focus for the day. Bible study grants living water for campers to seek teachings directly from the bible based
upon what was planted earlier that morning.

No need to pack for lunch. Lunch and snacks are provided!

Day campers will enjoy many other activities such as sailing, low ropes challenge course, giant swing, archery, arts and
crafts, tree climbing, swimming in our pool, Bible study, and much more! (See our mock schedule of events.)
Day camps are organized in family groups. Each family group typically consists of 7-8 boys and 7-8 girls with a male
and female counselor. Family groups participate in all activities together. Depending on registration numbers, some
family groups are single-gendered. Family groups are organized by camper age.

Day Camp runs from 9-4 pm with early drop-off (8:00) am and late pick-up (5:00 pm) options available.

Please note there is no Early Drop off on Monday or Late Pickup on Friday. The price for early or late pickup is $5 each time. You must sign up for this option at least one week prior to the start of the session.

Session 1: June 13-17

Session 2: June 20-24

       Session 3: June 27- July 1

Session 4: July 11-15

Session 5: July 18-22

Session 6: July 25-29

Super Day Camp

Rising 1st - 5th Grades

$395

Can’t get enough of day camp? Then this camp is specifically designed for you! This is the week when Day Camp
takes over Camp Albemarle! All the traditional camp activities such as Bible study, swimming, challenge, and
waterfront will occur, but this week they are on a supersized scale with many camp-wide activities.
Super day camp strives to nurture spiritual growth in our campers through interaction with the wonders of God’s
creation and to foster deep relationships with Christ in our churches, communities, and the world. Our camp programs
create purposeful opportunities to plant seeds and have campers grow spiritually throughout the day. At morning watch
campers receive a seed for thought, providing them with a focus for the day. Bible study grants living water for
campers to seek teachings directly from the bible based upon what was planted earlier that morning.

No need to pack for lunch. Lunch and snacks are provided!

Day campers will enjoy many other activities such as sailing, low ropes challenge course, giant swing, archery, arts and
crafts, tree climbing, swimming in our pool, Bible study, and much more! (See our mock schedule of events.)
Day camps are organized in family groups. Each family group typically consists of 7-8 boys and 7-8 girls with a male
and female counselor. Family groups participate in all activities together. Depending on registration numbers, some
family groups are single-gendered. Family groups are organized by camper age.

Day Camp runs from 9-4 pm with early drop-off (8:00) am and late pick up (5:00 pm) options available.

Optional Thursday night camp out! After a week of building friendships can you think of a better way to send off summer than a sleepover at camp? Campers that choose to stay get the opportunity to worship around a campfire while enjoying s‘mores, sleeping in a cabin, and other extraordinary night activities.

Dates: August 8-12

Home Free

Home Free will be for Rising 1st – 6th graders

$360

Home Free is a camp specifically for children in home schools to make new friends. This is the week when Home Free
takes over Camp Albemarle! All the traditional camp activities such as Bible study, swimming, challenge, and
waterfront will occur, and many other camp-wide activities. Optional Thursday night camp out! After a week of
building friendships can you think of a better way to finish than a sleepover at camp? Campers that choose to stay get
the opportunity to worship around a campfire, sleep in a cabin, and participate in other classic camp night activities.
Home Free camp strives to nurture spiritual growth in our campers through interaction with the wonders of God’s
creation and to foster deep relationships with Christ in our churches, communities, and the world. Our camp programs
create purposeful opportunities to plant seeds and have campers grow spiritually throughout the day. At morning watch
campers receive a seed for thought, providing them with a focus for the day. Bible study grants living water for
campers to seek teachings directly from the bible based upon what was planted earlier that morning.

No need to pack for lunch. Lunch and snacks are provided!

Day campers will enjoy many other activities such as sailing, low ropes challenge course, giant swing, archery, arts and
crafts, tree climbing, swimming in our pool, Bible study, and much more! (See our mock schedule of events.)
Day camps are organized in family groups. Each family group typically consists of 7-8 boys and 7-8 girls with a male
and female counselor. Family groups participate in all activities together. Depending on registration numbers, some
family groups are single-gendered. Family groups are organized by camper age.

Home Free runs from 9-4 pm with early drop off (8:00 am) and late pick up (5:00 pm) options available.

Optional Thursday night camp out! After a week of building friendships can you think of a better way to finish than a sleepover at camp? Campers that choose to stay get the opportunity to worship around a campfire, sleep in a cabin, and participate in other classic camp night activities.

Dates: June 6-10

Alby After Dark

Rising 1st – 5th grades

$100

Alby After Dark is for children who might not be able to spend a whole day with us, but still want to be a part of the
fun! Campers will meet at 6:00 p.m. and will have an opportunity to try out special activities such as tree climbing,
giant swing, swimming, and waterfront activities. (See our mock schedule of events.) The day will end around the
campfire with a snack and a devotion. Come join us for some evening fun!

Alby After Dark camp is organized in family groups. Each family group typically consists of 7-8 boys and 7-8 girls
with a male and female counselor. Family groups participate in all activities together. Depending on registration
numbers, some family groups are single-gendered. Family groups are organized by camper age.

Alby After Dark runs from 6pm-9pm.

Session 1: June 20-23

Session 2: July 25-28

Residential Camps

Mini Camp

Rising 1st-5th Grades

$380

Mini Camp is a shortened edition of our residential camp for our first-time campers. Experience all the fun activities
camp has to offer as they are geared towards interaction with fellow campers and staff for their introduction to camp. It
is a great opportunity to learn about living in community and worshiping around a campfire. Staff Provide plenty of
love and special attention and the opportunity for campers to grow closer to God.

Residential campers will enjoy many other activities such as sailing, low ropes challenge course, giant swing, archery,
arts and crafts, tree climbing, swimming in our pool, skit night, and much more! (See our mock schedule of events.)
Mini Camp strives to nurture spiritual growth in our campers through interaction with the wonders of God’s creation
and to foster deep relationships with Christ in our churches, communities, and the world. Our camp programs create
purposeful opportunities to plant seeds and have campers grow spiritually throughout the day. At morning watch
campers receive a seed for thought, providing them with a focus for the day. Bible study grants living water for
campers to seek teachings directly from the bible based upon what was planted earlier that morning. At vespers one of
our staff or a local pastor speaks directly on the subject, giving a strong root system for campers to reach further out in
their faith. Devotions are opportunities for campers to ask questions and debrief on the day so they may begin to grow
further in their faith in Christ.

Mini camps are organized in family groups. Each family group typically consists of 5-7 boys and 5-7 girls with a male
and female counselor. Family groups participate in all activities together and are housed separately by gender in cabins.
Depending on registration numbers, some family groups are single-gendered. Family groups are organized by camper
age and cabin mate requests.

Session 1: July 6-8

Session 2: July 10-12

Session 3: July 13-15

Junior Camp

Rising 2nd-5th Grades

$775

Are you ready for a week of summer camp on Bogue Sound? Junior Camp strives to nurture spiritual growth in our
campers through interaction with the wonders of God’s creation and to foster deep relationships with Christ in our
churches, communities, and the world. Our camp programs create purposeful opportunities to plant seeds and have
campers grow spiritually throughout the day. At morning watch campers receive a seed for thought, providing them
with a focus for the day. Bible study grants living water for campers to seek teachings directly from the bible based
upon what was planted earlier that morning. At vespers one of our staff or a local pastor speaks directly on the subject,
giving a strong root system for campers to reach further out in their faith. Devotions are opportunities for campers to
ask questions and debrief on the day so they may begin to grow further in their faith in Christ.

Residential campers will enjoy many other activities such as sailing, low ropes challenge course, giant swing, archery,
arts and crafts, tree climbing, swimming in our pool, skit night, and much more! (See our mock schedule of events.)
Residential camps are organized in family groups. Each family group typically consists of 5-7 boys and 5-7 girls with a
male and female counselor. Family groups participate in all activities together and are housed separately by gender in
cabins. Depending on registration numbers, some family groups are single-gendered. Family groups are organized by
camper age and cabin mate requests.

Session 1: June 12-17

Session 2: June 19-24

Session 3: June 26-July 1

Session 4: July 17-22

Session 5: July 24-29

Adventure Camps

Pathfinder

Rising 2nd-5th Grades

$800

Are you ready for a week adventure in and around Camp Albemarle? Pathfinders get the opportunity to explore the
marshes and beaches around Fort Macon on Bogue Shores. They also get a chance to learn outdoor skills as they camp
out at a local campground. Campers will get to make their own Hobo meal, setup tents, and build campfires to cook
their meals and make s’mores.

Pathfinder strives to nurture spiritual growth in our campers through interaction with the wonders of God’s creation and
to foster deep relationships with Christ in our churches, communities, and the world. Our camp programs create
purposeful opportunities to plant seeds and have campers grow spiritually throughout the day. At morning watch
campers receive a seed for thought, providing them with a focus for the day. Bible study grants living water for
campers to seek teachings directly from the bible based upon what was planted earlier that morning. At vespers one of
our staff or a local pastor speaks directly on the subject, giving a strong root system for campers to reach further out in
their faith. Devotions are opportunities for campers to ask questions and debrief on the day so they may begin to grow
further in their faith in Christ.

Adventure campers will enjoy many other activities such as sailing, low ropes challenge course, giant swing, archery,
arts and crafts, tree climbing, swimming in our pool, skit night, and much more! (See our mock schedule of events.)
Adventure camps are organized in family groups. Each family group typically consists of 5 boys and 5 girls with a
male and female counselor. Family groups participate in all activities together and are housed separately by gender in
platform tents and pitched tents off site. Depending on registration numbers, some family groups are single-gendered.
Family groups are organized by camper age and cabin mate requests.

Session 1: June 19-24

Session 2: July 24-29

Sailing Cadets

Rising 2nd-5th Grades

$820

Do you enjoy the feeling of salty breeze through your hair? Does your camper enjoy boats and salty water? Sailing
Cadets provides the opportunity for campers to develop sailing skills through the week. Campers will learn the basics
of sailing our Sunfish sail boats in addition to our Topaz Uno Plus sailboats from our best sailing staff.

Sailing Cadet strives to nurture spiritual growth in our campers through interaction with the wonders of God’s creation
and to foster deep relationships with Christ in our churches, communities, and the world. Our camp programs create
purposeful opportunities to plant seeds and have campers grow spiritually throughout the day. At morning watch
campers receive a seed for thought, providing them with a focus for the day. Bible study grants living water for
campers to seek teachings directly from the bible based upon what was planted earlier that morning. At vespers one of
our staff or a local pastor speaks directly on the subject, giving a strong root system for campers to reach further out in
their faith. Devotions are opportunities for campers to ask questions and debrief on the day so they may begin to grow
further in their faith in Christ.

Adventure campers will enjoy many other activities such as low ropes challenge course, giant swing, archery, arts and
crafts, tree climbing, swimming in our pool, skit night, and much more! (See our mock schedule of events.)
Adventure camps are organized in family groups. Each family group typically consists of 5 boys and 5 girls with a
male and female counselor. Family groups participate in all activities together and are housed separately by gender in
platform tents and pitched tents off site. Depending on registration numbers, some family groups are single-gendered.
Family groups are organized by camper age and cabin mate requests.

Session 1: June 19-24

Session 2: July 24-29

Saddles and Paddles

Rising 2nd-5th Grades

$925

Do you like to ride horses? Do you want to develop paddling skills? Saddles and Paddles provides the opportunity for
campers to learn about barn/horse care and develop horseback riding skills through the week. Campers will also be
paddling around in kayaks and stand-up paddle boards around Bogue Sound. The horseback riding is held at Hearts
Desire Equine Rescue in Hubert, NC with all activities lead and supervised by their trained staff.

Night Owl strives to nurture spiritual growth in our campers through interaction with the wonders of God’s creation
and to foster deep relationships with Christ in our churches, communities, and the world. Our camp programs create
purposeful opportunities to plant seeds and have campers grow spiritually throughout the day. At morning watch
campers receive a seed for thought, providing them with a focus for the day. Bible study grants living water for
campers to seek teachings directly from the bible based upon what was planted earlier that morning. At vespers one of
our staff or a local pastor speaks directly on the subject, giving a strong root system for campers to reach further out in
their faith. Devotions are opportunities for campers to ask questions and debrief on the day so they may begin to grow
further in their faith in Christ.

Adventure campers will enjoy many other activities such as sailing, low ropes challenge course, giant swing, archery,
arts and crafts, tree climbing, swimming in our pool, skit night, and much more! (See our mock schedule of events.)
Adventure camps are organized in family groups. Each family group typically consists of 5 boys and 5 girls with a
male and female counselor. Family groups participate in all activities together and are housed separately by gender in
platform tents and pitched tents off site. Depending on registration numbers, some family groups are single-gendered.
Family groups are organized by camper age and cabin mate requests.

Session 1: June 19-24

Session 2: July 24-29