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Eagle Lake - Equestrian Camps
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7 to 18 years old
Male and Female
Day and Overnight
$200 - $500 a week
As a parent, you are committed to the well-being and enjoyment of your children’s camp adventure. You desire for them to experience a fun-filled and safe place, and so do we. We at Eagle Lake are committed to three elements that help make that a reality: our people, our programs, and our property.
Here at Eagle Lake, the single most important element of a great camp experience is our people. Eagle Lake has a long-standing tradition of finding the best college-age summer staff, and our full-time staff are committed to helping them become the best counselors for your camper. Your camper's counselor is someone who will not only teach your child, but also invest in his or her personal and spiritual life. Many of our campers have been so positively affected that they return as counselors.
Eagle Lake’s programs are both fun and run at a high safety standard, two things that are key to an enjoyable camp experience. Combining innovation with evaluated knowledge help Eagle Lake to continue to offer new and unique programs each and every year. This assures that every camper, whether they have been here before or not, will have an unforgettable experience.
Property can be looked at as just a piece of land. That could not be further from the truth at Eagle Lake. Eagle Lake is made up of 330 of the most beautiful acres in Pike National Forest. Surrounded by over 10,000 acres of forest, Eagle Lake offers an incredible opportunity to experience God’s beauty, mixed with great cabins, awesome activities, and our own private ten-acre lake.
The goal of Eagle Lake Camp is to inspire Christ-centered love and commitment, through counselor relationships, in the midst of exciting outdoor experiences. As you look through this brochure, consider how your kids are growing up...and how you can help them grow as Jesus did: “...in wisdom and in stature, and in favor with God and man” (Luke 2:52).