Teen Camp

What kid doesn’t zip lining, swinging through the air on the Giant Swing, swimming, night games, skits, and hanging out at the coffee shop! This week will be the highlight of your child's summer as they are challenged spiritually by the preaching, study of God's Word, and life touching life relationships. They are sure to have fun but also to be encouraged to take the next step spiritually!

Teen Camp 1Michael HoffmanJuly 7-12
Teen Camp 2Steve PettitJuly 28-August 2

Teen Camp Ages

7th - 12th grades

Campers exiting 6th grade can go to either teen camp or junior camp.

Campers just graduating from high school can still attend teen camp.

Early Bird Price Before April 1st: $280 PER CAMPER

Price After Early Bird Special: $300 PER CAMPER

Register Online

Registration Questions?

Send the Registrar an Email

Or call the Office at 814.632.6024

Camp Begins at 5:30 pm on Sunday Evening

Camp Ends at 6:00 pm on Friday Evening

Drop off and Pick up are both at the Pavilion on the Field


Michael Hoffman

Teen Camp 1

Michael graduated from Northland International University in Dunbar, Wisconsin with a degree in Biblical Counseling in 2013.

Since graduating, Michael has had the opportunity to work in the lumber industry and serve by being an evangelistic speaker. Michael works with his dad and brother at Shade Mountain Forest products near his home in Mount Pleasant Mills where he and his wife Cornell live.

This past year Michael has been blessed to fill the pulpit for a variety of churches, be a key note commencement speaker, and camp retreat speaker. He loves ministering to young people and looks forward to doing God’s work this upcoming summer at Camp K.

Steve Pettit

Teen Camp 2

Steve Pettit serves as the president of Bob Jones University in Greenville, South Carolina.

Prior to becoming BJU’s president, he served for 29 years as the president of the Steve Pettit Evangelistic Team. In this ministry, Pettit emphasized revival and evangelism as he conducted over 800 campaigns throughout the United States and in over 21 countries.

Additionally, Pettit served for nearly three years as national director for Cross Impact Ministries, a national ministry which partners with local churches to minister on college campuses. Pettit formerly served as camp director and staff evangelist for Northland Camp and Conference Center in Dunbar, Wisconsin, and as an assistant pastor for youth ministry at First Baptist Church in Bridgeport, Michigan.

Pettit earned a BS in Business Administration from The Citadel in 1978 and a MA in Pastoral Studies from BJU in 1980. In 1997, he received honorary doctorates from Bob Jones University, Ambassador Baptist College and Northland International University.

Pettit is currently a member of the Board for the Central Africa Baptist College in Kitwe, Zambia and serves as an ex officio member of the BJU Board of Trustees.

Married for nearly 34 years to the former Terry Elkins of Denver, Colorado, he and his wife have three adult children—Rebecca, Rachel and Stephen Jr. and Michael.


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Giant pool, Ropes course, Laser Tag, Giant swing, Zip line, Creek walk, Big field games, Night games, Archery, Coffee shop, Snack shop, Rock climbing wall, Carpet ball, Tetherball, Gaga ball,
And much more!


Campers will stay in rustic cabins that house up to eight campers and a counselor. They have a changing closet with storage space at the back of the cabin. Campers will have room under their bunk beds to store suitcases and other items. There is only one outlet in the cabin so please pack accordingly. A bathhouse is located in the center of Camp with multiple showers, toilets, and sinks.