- Cave Exploration
- Rock Climbing
- Knot Tying
- Hatchet Throwing
- Team Building Activities
Campers will spend five days hiking the stunning Ozark Mountains in Southeast Missouri! Each day will be filled with time with Jesus and in the Word, as well as activities and challenges that will stretch each camper spiritually, physically, and emotionally.
We desire that each camper will leave with a deeper knowledge and appreciation for our Creator.
Don’t miss out on this invigorating and unforgettable experience!
Meet Your Guide
Bio: With 20 years experience in Youth Ministry, Roger’s heart is focused on discipling students in their walk with Christ. In the Spring of 2001, Roger began working with youth. Since then, he has served Christian Camps and led multiple missions trips and retreats. Roger joined Eagle Sky in 2015. He is the Operations Manager and leads the Adventure Camp – backpacking and discipleship. Roger frequently speaks into the summer staff during Sunday night chapel. Additionally, Roger serves as Youth Pastor at Agee Fellowship Church in Poplar Bluff, MO. Roger has been married to his wife, Angie, for 15 years, and they have 4 children. We are so thankful to have Roger as part of the staff here at Eagle Sky!
What if my child has food allergies?
That information will be given to the Food Service Director and the Camp Nurse. You will get an
email from our food service department to discuss the specifics of the allergy. You may also
contact him directly at email@example.com or 573.287.3227. There will be an extra
$10 charge per day for special diets.
Can my child bring their medication?
medications have been added. Please have all medication ready to give the Health Center Staff
at check-in. Please do not pack in suitcase. It must be in the original bottle with only the amount
needed for their stay at Eagle Sky. All inhalers, nasal sprays, and EPI pens must be in the
prescription box with label and must NOT be expired. All prescription bottles should come in a
Ziploc bag with child’s name and session # on it. Please do not bring over-the-counter
medication. Designated medical professionals are available at the Health Center to dispense
OTC medication as needed. No vitamins or herbs will be accepted without a doctor’s note.
Will my child and their friend be together at camp?
that out so we know who wants to bunk together.
Activities: During Kids Camp, most activities are done as a bunk. At Teen Camp, campers are
assigned to random teams for some activities, but they can meet up with their friends for free
If your child is coming with their church, the group leader may have a different roommate
system. Please check with them.
What time is check-in?
will give further instructions to help with luggage and the check-in process.
What time is check-out?
follow the signs and Eagle Sky staff will direct you further. Please contact the office if your child
will be picked up by someone other than yourself.
What should my child bring with them to camp?
page and the Media page), but some of the common things are: Bible, modest and casual
clothes, water shoes, flashlight, sleeping bag or twin bedding, towels, and toiletries.
What should they leave at home?
Eagle Sky). We also don’t allow campers to bring snacks or outside food or drinks. No knives,
firearms, fireworks, tobacco, drugs, or alcohol.