To register for Day Camp, click the red “Register Now” button below at the bottom of this page.

During the summer months, we offer eight weeks of Day Camp for students in grades K through 5.  Day Camp groups are led by a college-age counselor with a ratio of 6 campers to 1 counselor. We provide bus transportation to and from six different communities in the area and schedules vary from week to week as to which routes are running.

Day Camp is an introductory camp experience that offers a taste of what a full overnight week of camp would be like. It’s our desire to see students develop into overnight campers in order to receive the full benefits of what camp provides to children. For information on what those benefits are, click here.

You can find the full summer Day Camp schedule and pricing here. Also, find our NEWLY EXPANDED Day Camp bus schedule here. New stops and additional weeks are available this summer!

Day campers start their day at 9 AM and end their day at 4 PM. Lunch is provided at no additional cost for Day Campers attending camp at Joy El.


Special Activities:

Our Day Camp activities this summer will include:

  • Corcl boats
  • Swimming
  • Splashground
  • Waterslide
  • Zipline
  • Archery
  • Group Games


For campers attending multiple weeks of Day camp, our theme will be expanded so that lessons and verses learned differ from week to week. We will provide new scripture memory verses and groups specifically for returning campers. Plus take advantage of our multi-week discount! Bring a friend and you also receive a $10.00 campstore gift certificate.

Your Day camper will grow spiritually, emotionally and socially from:

  • One-to-one interaction with caring, college-age counselors
  • Counselor-led interactive Bible study times
  • Small group discussions
  • Positive, encouraging environment where strong friendships can develop and flourish
  • 6-to-1 camper to counselor ratio

To register for Day Camp, click the red “Register Now” button below.

Ready to make your child's summer the best it's ever been?